Monday, 18 August 2014

Industrial Automation : Scope is Immense

The Scope is Immense in Industrial Automation in India


Economists observe that the market is around 200 crore. However, the potential is much more around Rs. 20,000 crore. The reasons for this are very clear. The systems are a must for every industry – particularly for increased safety and productivity. The industrial automation systems aid in achieving higher level of productivity. Of course, the only way to compete in the global market is through quality and price. Experts observe that the government should give incentives so that industries install automation systems. Norms have to be created for this industry as well.

Another system that most people are not aware of is the entrance automation industry. Experts like Samir Gandhi observe that most tend to think about this as a luxury. However, that is wrong. People should consider it as a primary requirement and not a luxury in any way. He also feels that five years from now users would become aware of the benefits of the industry and the products will sell on their own rather than marketing skills.

The robotics industry makes a soar up.


With the boom in the industrial automation sector, the robotics industry is also set to witness prolific growth. As of now, the country's top scientists are at work on robot and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies for use in everything from border patrols to the fielding of “robot armies” to replace human soldiers in future wars. The industry is also gearing up for sharp growth in the non-governmental private sector as well. At India's biggest auto manufacturer, Tata Motors, the employee strength has come down by 20 percent, while the company's turnover has increased by 2.5 times. The Pune plant alone has invested in 100 robots, and the automaker is planning to add more. Sale of industrial robots is gathering pace in India as automobile companies expand their operations in the country. ABB has sold about 300 robots in India in the last seven years. But the Zurich-based vendor expects double-digit growth in India from now on because of the rapid expansion of automobile companies.

Analysts observe that India enjoys a distinct cost advantage. The engineering costs are lower here and the country can produce more robots. Domestic supplier Precision Automation and Robotics (PARI) is already selling its robots to large organizations in the US and Europe. What is interesting, Indian scientists are also manufacturing more robots in order to reduce the country's dependence on others. This is being done with the active cooperation of the Department of Science and Technology (DST).

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Saturday, 16 August 2014

Industrial Automation : Industry Review By IITP Automation

Here is a piece of good news. 

The industrial automation industry in India is growing at the rate of 20 to 25 percent. As India's economic health improves, the fortunes of the industry will be even better. The growth of the automation industry will have a positive influence on the prospects of other industries like consumer electronics and computers. With India's gradual integration with the world economy, automation will play an important role in bringing down the costs. Besides costs, automation will also help increase productivity efficiency, aesthetics and delivery systems. Several international players are considering India as a development hub for automation products.

The present scenario


At present, the market is around Rs 200 crore for both industrial and commercial sector automation. The market is expected to increase exponentially in the coming years, and experts observe that the growth rate could touch even 50 per cent in the coming years. The reasons for this are quite clear. As the world economy opens up, consumers will be constantly clamoring for

products and facilities that are present in the developed countries. Take, for instance, Nokia. 
It is setting up plants and facilities across the world in order to set up global standards. It is expected that the demand for such systems would only increase. There is also another sector (robotics) where the demand is set to grow exponentially.

The country's domestic consumption is also large. As the effects of the recession wears off, the prospects of this sector will only be better. However, a trend that has been worrying the exporters is the appreciation of the rupee against dollar. For the last few years the rupee had appreciated a lot against the dollar. And that affected the exporters. A stronger rupee had meant Indian goods and services would be less competitive in the export market. 
However, the situation is changing now and the dollar is slowly appreciating against the rupee.





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Friday, 6 June 2014

Principles of Control Systems

Principles of Control Systems

To perform an effective job of controlling a process, we need to know how the control input we are proposing to use will affect the output of the process. 

If we change the input conditions we need to know the following:

• Will the output rise or fall?
• How much response will we get?
• How long will it take for the output to change? .
• What will be the response curve or trajectory of the response?

The answers to these questions are best obtained by creating a mathematical model of the relationship between the chosen input and the output of the process in question. Process control designers use a very useful technique of block diagram modeling to assist in the representation of the process and its control system. 

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Definition of Automation

Automation is a set of technologies that results in operation of machines and systems without significant human intervention and achieves performance superior to manual operation.

Monday, 26 May 2014

What Is Automation?

Automation


It is a delegation of human controller function to the technical equipment.

Type Of Automation

1. Home Automation

2. Office Automation

3. Building Automation

4. Industrial Automation


1. Home Automation


It is an idea to evolve engineering in home application Like - Lighting, Automatic doors, home security etc.


2. Office Automation


An Engineering efforts to get effortless experience from daily office routine.
Like - Energy Consumption Control, HMI Based Attendance System, Automated electronic Surveillance Systems etc.

3. Building Automation


Building Automation optimizes energy saving and reduces operating casts. We use PLC, HMI, field instruments in building automation.
Like - Elevators, Lifts, Automation Doors , Fire Alarm systems, Security systems.


4. Industrial Automation


It is a technique to control industrial process through PLC's, SCADA, HMI, DCS, Drives, Etc. and field drives, to save  energy , improve efficiency etc.
Like - Power Plant, wrapping machine , Chemical plant,  Gas Plant, Oil Plant, Sewerage Plant


Saturday, 24 May 2014

Midwest Engineering Systems is now in UL Listed Panel Shop




Midwest Engineering Systems Inc.  is now a UL Listed Panel Shop; certified to build custom Industrial Control Panels for factories.
This certification allows Midwest Engineering Systems to custom build industrial control panels and display the UL Mark on the panels. Regulatory authority in every jurisdiction in the United States and Canada recognizes the UL Mark.
UL’s industrial control panel certification demonstrates that all custom-built control panels fabricated by Midwest Engineering Systems meet regulated standards for safety and efficiency.

Reference : http://goo.gl/xhytA5 

Sunday, 17 November 2013

Automation Fair From Rockwell Automation

Food and Beverage under the spotlight at Automation Fair

Automation Training In - PLC, SCADA, Robotics, HMI, DCS,Instumentation

Are you interested in Automation after engineering? 

This is a branch of science and technology that covers areas of design, building,mechanics and industries. This work is done by engineers and covers many different specialties in a number of fields.

Automation or automatic control, is the use of various control systems for operating equipment such as machinery, processes in factories, boilers and heat treating ovens, switching in telephone networks,steering and stabilization of ships or aircraft and other applications with minimal or reduced human intervention. 

The term “Automation”, inspired by the earlier word automatic (coming from automaton), was not widely used before 1947, when General Motors established the automation department. At that time automation technologies were electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic. Between 1957 and 1964 factory output nearly doubled while the number of blue collar workers started to decline.


PLC SCADA Automation Training

IITP Automation provides Industry Need Based Training (INBT) on PLC, SCADA, Drives, Panel Designing, Auto-CAD and MS-Projects, so that IITPians get easily placement in the Industry as per there requirements and qualifications. Before IITP Automation, Automation Training was just a lab based theoretical training. IITP Automation made Automation Training as an Experience in Automation field. 


IITP Automation provides training in automation from its branches in different cities like PLC Training in Noida,PLC Training in Faridabad, and PLC Training in Delhi. And Automation Training in Faridabad, Automation Training in Delhi, Automation Training in Noida. 

Wednesday, 4 September 2013

IITP Automation Complaints Reviews By IITP Group

IITP EDUTRAIN 


WARNING :

OUR COMPETITORS IN BUSINESS BEING UNABLE TO COMPETE IN BUSINESS RUN HEALTHILY WITH STRAIGNTFORWARDEDNESS ARE NOW RESORTING TO WRITE DAMAGING FAKE COMMENTS ABOUT OUR CONCERN WHICH IS SUCCESSFULLY RUNNING FOR THE PAST 10 YEARS WITHOUT ANY BLACK MARK AND PROVIDING NEEDED SKILLS TO ITS CANDIDATES ALL OVER THE WORLD.

THE EXCANDIDATES OF OUR CONCERN ARE WELL PLACED BY THE SKILLS PROCURED THROUGH OUR ORGANISATION AND THE FEEDBACK PROVIDED IN OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE www.iitpautomation.com COULD BE VERIFIED TO GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE CALIBER OF PERSONAL SKILLS BEING DEVELOPED BY OUR CONCERN TO ITS CANDIDATES TRUSTING FOR IMPROVEMENT OF PERSONAL SKILLS TO COMPETE IN THE COMPETITIVE SOCIETY. WE ARE PROUD TO STATE THAT THE CALIBER DEVELOPED TO OUR CANDIDATES ARE BEING RED CARPET WELCOMED ALL OVER THE WORLD IN THE SUITABLE LEADING COMPANIES.


Sunday, 18 August 2013

IITP Automation Complaints Review By Trainee

IITP Automation Complaints Review

By Trainee



Hi frnds this is bharat. I have undertaken automation training in IITP Automation Training institute in jan2011-fab2011.at the admission time they told that we will surely provide you a job within 45days of training. So I joined in stipend module in which they provide 4000 per month unless we get job.

i asked them to give it in written..they just kept on forwarding this matter till 2 days. finally they gave a letter in which there was written job guarantee as they committed at the time of admission. When I trusted her and completed my training. now they have given placement to all students who have completed training and even they were not able upto the mark of ability and technical knowledge.

IITP Automation Review By Trainee

IITP Automation Review

By Automation Trainee

On JOB Training is the best substitute of experience. No book or study material can give you exposure of Industry experience. Only experience/training can give you job in big companies.

Thursday, 15 August 2013

IITP Automation Noida

Industrial Automation is a fastest growing engineering branch. Before 1991 India was the technology follower of the European and American countries, today India is using same technology as the developed countries are using. Now thousand of MNCs are doing production in India with automation technology. The requirement of Automation Engineers are growing rapidly. 

Till now in India there is only one engineering branch is available for Industrial Automation; But the demand of Automation Engineers are bigger then supply. Engineers from the background of Electronics, Telecom, Electrical, Mechanical and Instrumentation are opting the training of Industrial Automation. 

Only academic qualification is not enough to get the job as an Automation Engineer. Because academic education does not gives practical knowledge. Basically Industrial Automation Training bridges the gap between college education and industrial experience. 

On JOB Training is the best substitute of experience. No book or study material can give you exposure of Industry experience. Only experience/training can give you job in big companies.


IITP Automation Noida imparts extensive, in-depth hands-on practical training to fresh engineers and experienced working professionals on diversified industrial automation platforms currently used in the industry and equips trainees with skill sets necessary in Maintenance, Projects, Designing, R&D, Production and Erection & Commissioning Departments in Process and Assembly Manufacturing Units. 

IITP Automation Noida is having its Registered Office in New Delhi and Corporate Office in Navi Mumbai. Presently IITP Automation is having Delhi, Mumbai, Noida, Bhopal and Indore Branches. Chennai, Kolkatta, Pune, Lucknow, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Faridabad, Gurgaon and Ghaziabad are forthcoming branches.

Saturday, 27 July 2013

New Delhi Training Center

PITAMPURA


IITP Edutrain Pvt.Ltd.
196, Ist Floor , Rama Market,
Madhuban Chowk, Pitampura.
New Delhi-110034
(Near Pitampura Metro Station , Gate No.-02)

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Welcome To IITP Automation

IITP Automation


IITP Automation (IITP Edutrain Private Limited) is India's No 1. Industrial Automation, Embedded & Robotics Training and Placement Company. IITP Automation mobilizes trained manpower resources and value added Training and Placement Company having fully equipped and professionally managed company.

IITP Automation provides Industry Need Based Training (INBT) on PLC, SCADA, Drives, Panel Designing, Auto-CAD and MS-Projects, so that IITPians get easily placement in the Industry as per there requirements and qualifications. Before IITP Automation, Automation Training was just a lab based theoretical training. IITP Automation made Automation Training as an Experience in Automation field.

IITP Automation provides training in automation from its branches in different cities like PLC Training in Noida and PLC Training in Delhi. And Automation Training in Delhi, Automation Training in Noida.