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Automation Fair® 2012 Pre-Show Program

November 7-8 Pennsylvania Convention Center Philadelphia, PA USA

Welcome to Automation Fair 2012

SMART, SAFE, SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING

If you would like to capitalize on manufacturing and automation opportunities, now's the time to plan to attend Automation Fair. Automation Fair provides you with the opportunity to learn how to enable plant-wide optimization, boost machine builder performance and drive sustainable production. You'll discover how to improve productivity and efficiency throughout the life cycle of your automation investments. You'll see how flexible, scalable automation solutions can lower costs and improve overall performance. And you'll experience how sustainable production practices can increase your competitiveness and help you better manage energy and raw materials costs. Automation Fair features the industry's largest selection of technical sessions, hands-on labs and industry forums. Take advantage of automation expertise from Rockwell Automation and our PartnerNetwork,TM providing you with a comprehensive set of solutions from industry leaders in distribution, systems integration, machine building and complementary technologies.

I know you will benefit from the learning, non-stop networking and a show floor that demonstrates the latest in automation technology.

Automation Fair, November 7-8 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA. I hope to see you there!

Best Regards,

Keith Nosbusch Chairman and CEO, Rockwell Automation

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HOW TO REGISTER

Online registration opens in early August. For detailed information on how to register, visit www.automationfair.com. Attendees who register through a local distributor will receive an email bar code confirmation with instructions to pick up a badge and badge holder on site. Need help with registration? Call the Automation Fair 2012 event help line at 781.821.6733 or send an email to [email protected]

Pennsylvania Convention Center

Show hours: Wednesday, November 7 from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, November 8 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

PARTICIPATING EXHIBITORS*

Exhibitor Booth # Partner Companies Acme Electric & Gardner Bender 401 Advanced Dynamics Corp. Ltd 400 Advanced Micro Controls Inc. 806 Ametek Automation & Process Technologies 736 Apex Dynamics Inc. 315 Arteche PQ Inc. 522 ASD Inc. 1201 Autodesk 1517 Automated Control Concepts, Inc. 1019 Belden 805 Block USA, Inc. 339 Bonitron 314 Brady Corporation 407 Burkert Fluid Control Systems 327 Cisco 1307 Cognex Corporation 826 Concept Systems Inc. 1023 Control Station, Inc. 1126 Cooper Crouse-Hinds 707 Datalogic 509 DENSO Robotics 438 Elwood Corporation ­ High Performance Motors Group 1021 Endress+Hauser 1313 EPLAN Software & Service 1501 eRPortal Software Group, LLC 1035 ESTeem Wireless Modems 1300 FANUC FA America 1032 FLIR Systems 827 Fluke Corp. 1511 Fluke Networks 1511 FRABA Inc. 900 FreeWave Technologies, Inc. 506

* list complete as of July 5, 2012

General Cable 1205 Grace Engineered Products, Inc. 800-801 Hammond Power Solutions, Inc. 1200 Hardy Process Solutions 906 Helm Instrument Co. Inc. 1115 Hermary Opto Electronics, Inc. 535 HMS Industrial Networks AB 833 Hoffman - Pentair Technical Products 615 Hubbell Electrical Systems 121 Intelligrated Systems 734 Inter-Motion Mfg., LLC 630 item North America, Inc. 701 Itoh Denki USA, Inc. 733 Jacobs Automation 902 Kepware Technologies 729 KTR 404 Leviton Mfg. Co. 427 Littelfuse Inc. 320 MathWorks 808 Matrix Technologies, Inc. 1033 Mersen 419 Mesta Electronics Inc. 301 Mettler-Toledo, Inc. 1120 Molex (Woodhead, SST) 1417 Motorola 600 MTE Corporation 115 MTS Systems Corp., Sensors Division 719 MYNAH Technologies LLC 1136 Nidec - Shimpo Corporation 106 Numatics, Inc. 525 Online Development Inc. 821 Outbound Technologies, Inc. 639 Panduit Corp. 1301 Parker Hannifin Filtration & Separation Division 725

Pepperl+Fuchs, Inc. Phoenix Digital Corporation Post Glover Resistors Powerohm Resistors, Inc. ProSoft Technology Pyramid Solutions, Inc. RACO Manufacturing & Engineering Co. Revere Control Systems, Inc. RF IDeas, Inc. Rice Lake Weighing Systems River Consulting Ross Controls RoviSys Company Roxtec Inc. Schaffner Group SeQent SMC Corporation of America Specter Instruments Spectrum Controls Inc. STOBER Drives, Inc. Stone Technologies Stratus Technologies SyTech Inc. TCI, LLC Teledyne DALSA Thermo Systems LLC Tissue Machinery Company Ultra Electronics Vecoplan Integrated Controls WITTENSTEIN, Inc. Yaskawa America, Inc. Motoman Robotics Division Zeppelin Systems USA, Inc. (formerly Reimelt Corp.)

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Rockwell Automation Exhibits Essential Components EtherNet/IP Network Infrastructure Energy Management FIRST Robotics Global Lounge Information Software Integrated Architecture Intelligent Motor Control OEM Solutions On-line User Experience Research Process Solutions Rockwell Automation Merchandise Safety Solutions Solutions and Services

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Pre -show Events

PROCESS SOLUTIONS USER GROUP (PSUG) 2012 ANNUAL MEETING

November 5-6, 2012 Philadelphia, PA Pennsylvania Convention Center Join us for our annual Process Solutions User Group (PSUG) meeting just prior to Automation Fair 2012. It's a great way to exchange ideas with your peers, learn best practices and find solutions to your process application issues. Plus, the feedback you provide in our voting sessions helps us determine our development priorities and technical roadmap for the future. Create an entire Process Week of activities by attending PSUG and Automation Fair. Fee and registration The participation fee is $499 per person. This fee covers all educational sessions, main room sessions, meals, refreshments and the Monday night event at The National Constitution Center. Hotel accommodations and travel to/from PSUG 2012 are not included in the participation fee. Registration is set to open in early August. For more information or to register, visit us at: http://psug.rockwellautomation.com.

SAFETY AUTOMATION FORUM (SAF) 2012

November 6, 2012 Philadelphia, PA Pennsylvania Convention Center Your ticket to a safer, more productive plant Safety Automation Forum is our premier safety-focused event, with best-in-class manufacturers sharing procedures and applications that improve both safety and productivity. You'll also participate in educational sessions led by experts on the latest techniques, technologies, tools and standards for machinery, process and electrical safety applications. This is your opportunity to network with experts and interact with your peers. Safety Automation Forum immediately precedes Automation Fair, enabling you to make the most of your educational opportunity in Philadelphia. Fee and registration Live event which includes meals, general and educational sessions and post networking event is $399. Virtual event which includes general presentations is only $99. Hotel accommodations and travel to/from SAF 2012 are not included in the participation fee. Registration is set to open in early August. For more information on Safety Automation Forum visit: http://safetyautomationforum.com.

This two-day event will feature:

· 20+ educational sessions (PDH hours will be awarded) · PlantPAxTM process automation system technology roadmaps · Sessions to voice your prioritization on future developments to PlantPAx · 24+ customers providing "best practices" with the PlantPAx system · Keynote speakers addressing challenges and trends in the process industries

Join the virtual event

Can't join us on site? Stream the live event from the comfort of your own office for $99. Listen to general sessions, ask questions and gain access to presentations.

MANUFACTURING PERSPECTIVES 2012

Tuesday, November 6, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. · Philadelphia, PA · Pennsylvania Convention Center

Manufacturing Perspectives, Rockwell Automation's annual global media forum will explore the leading news topics in manufacturing technology and automation on Tuesday, November 6 at the Philadelphia Convention Center. This event serves as a great forum for members of the global trade media to hear first-hand about trends and issues facing manufacturers and producers across a variety of industries and geographies. Held prior to the opening of Automation Fair,® industry experts will look at global macroeconomic trends that impact manufacturing; discuss how cloud solutions can enable flexible manufacturing without compromising security; and will explore the potential effects of mobility on manufacturing technologies and practices. Media registration is scheduled to open in early August.

For more information on Manufacturing Perspectives: www.rockwellautomation.com/events/automationfair/press/

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AUTOMOTIVE

The automotive industry landscape is changing at an incredible pace. Globalization, rapidly changing consumer demand and continued pressure on financial performance are top of mind. Automotive manufacturers, tier suppliers and machine builders are responding by adopting agile and flexible manufacturing approaches, capable of producing a greater mix of vehicles and options, to increase productivity. Innovative solutions that incorporate functional safety, information systems, lean principles and sustainability initiatives are being implemented to reduce manufacturing costs, improve time to market and optimize plant asset performance. You will learn: · Trends and issues of the global automotive industry · New manufacturing strategies to drive productivity and meet today's challenges

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT

In today's business climate you are confronted by a myriad of challenges linked to energy and environmental issues. You need to find ways to manufacture your goods using fewer natural resources while improving your efficient use of water, compressed air, all types of gas, electricity and steam. At the same time, you need to produce minimal amounts of waste and reduce your emissions, while eliminating negative impacts on future production capabilities. During this forum, leading companies and industry experts will demonstrate how they manage these challenges and use information solutions and automation to achieve a competitive advantage. You will learn: Your peers will provide real-life examples of how they are reacting to industry issues and the business drivers that influence their energy and environmental strategies, and how they're meeting these challenges.

Wednesday, November 7

1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Who should attend? Manufacturer, machine builder and equipment supplier engineering, sales and operations management including: · · · · · · Plant managers Quality and safety managers IT managers Engineering, production and operation managers Sales and marketing managers Executive leadership

Wednesday, November 7

9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Who should attend? The energy and environmental forum is designed for all levels of management and engineering who have an interest in sustainable production, including, but not limited to: · · · · · · Plant managers Energy and sustainability managers Maintenance managers and engineers Operational and production managers Utilities managers and engineers Facilities managers and engineers

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FOOD AND BEVERAGE

Sustainability, globalization, productivity and innovation are key challenges confronting the food and beverage industry. In an age of regulation and customer concerns, manufacturers are looking for ways to improve margins while simultaneously delivering the quality assurance that consumers expect. Manufacturers today are improving product consistency, throughput, data gathering and reporting. Energy is being managed more efficiently and overall product quality is improving, allowing manufacturers to focus on satisfying new and everchanging consumer demands. Changes in basic process control, especially upgrading dated or poorly integrated processes, are being implemented. Machine safety and legacy migration are also being addressed, resulting in improved productivity. You will learn: · Improving manufacturing processes and increasing asset performance · Utilizing information to drive cost reductions and improve productivity · Addressing safety and sustainability issues at your facility

GLOBAL MACHINE AND EQUIPMENT BUILDERS (OEMs)

Manufacturers today are demanding innovative machines that easily integrate into their plant-wide infrastructure. They need flexible and efficient equipment that increases business agility, optimizes productivity and helps achieve sustainability objectives ­ all while lowering their total cost of ownership. OEMs are responding with smart machines that seamlessly connect the plant floor with the enterprise. Using a single control and information platform, these machines demonstrate an unsurpassed level of intelligence with the ability to consume and generate information automatically, adapt to new situations and give OEMs the remote access and insight they need. You will learn: · Challenges faced by today's OEMs and how to succeed in an increasingly competitive market · Defining value beyond cost · Best practices for information-enabled machines

Thursday, November 8

10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Who should attend?

Wednesday, November 7

1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Who should attend? If you have responsibility for, or contribute directly to, the financial, production, energy or overall efficiency of your plant, and want to hear how you can optimize your plant's operations, this forum is for you. · IT managers · Plant managers · QA, engineering, · Operational/production managers maintenance · Manufacturing directors and operations · Engineering managers

Machine and equipment builder engineering, sales and management personnel including: · Engineering and operations management · Sales and marketing management · Executive leadership

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LIFE SCIENCES

Scalable, Plant-wide Control and Information Solutions to Drive Operational Excellence in Life Sciences With tighter industry regulations, increased quality pressures, and rising operating costs, the life sciences industry is under tremendous pressure to drive continuous improvement in their organizations while remaining compliant and cost competitive. This forum gathers industry leaders in life sciences to present examples of how automation can be optimized for meeting challenges in these areas, including manufacturing intelligence, asset management and energy optimization. You will learn: · How scalable process control systems benefit life science applications · How to leverage manufacturing intelligence to provide real-time, actionable data from disparate systems · Utilizing Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) to streamline operations

MARINE

Rising energy costs. Increasing environmental regulation. Accelerating demand for larger, multi-use ships. When it comes to designing high-performance, cost-effective diesel electric vessels, today's ship builders are faced with daunting challenges. And for each new challenge you face, you must find a solution that can withstand the rigors of a marine environment. During this industry forum, Marine industry professionals will provide insight into industry trends and best practices to help you drive efficiency, flexibility and productivity across your ship. You will learn: · Benefits of a Diesel Electric Solution ­ The future of diesel electric propulsion solutions using advanced medium voltage technology · Power and Energy Management Advantages Aboard Your Vessel ­ Increased engine efficiency ­ Reduced HVAC load ­ Increased situational awareness · Propulsion Fuel Efficiency and Environmental Compliance ­ Compliance to future environmental requirements ­ Variable- and fixed-speed operation ­ Advances in diesel electric design

Wednesday, November 7

1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Who should attend? Hosted by life sciences thought leaders, this session appeals to a wide range of veterans, including: · · · · · Instrumentation and control engineers Process engineers Facilities and building management professionals Quality, production and operations management Corporate engineers

Thursday, November 8

9 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Who should attend? · Marine/naval architects · OEMs · System integrators · Electrical design engineers · Control engineers · Operations engineers

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OIL AND GAS

As demand for energy around the world expands, oil and gas will continue to make up the majority of the globe's energy mix through 2050. There is enormous pressure on energy-focused companies to explore, produce, transport and process oil and gas more efficiently and safely while positively impacting their bottom lines. So as the industry continues to evolve, technical advancements are helping to unlock more economically viable resources from unconventional and challenging environments. This forum will present expert industry views and customer case histories that explore and demonstrate innovative ways to meet the industry's dynamics and drivers. You will learn: How your peers are meeting and taking advantage of industry trends and issues impacting their business by implementing information, control, power and safety solutions and services in different segments of the oil and gas supply chain.

WATER/WASTEWATER

Globally, water treatment facilities are facing unprecedented concerns. For decades, the infrastructure has been able to handle and meet the demands of society; but today, that aging infrastructure, growing population and urban sprawl are stretching treatment facilities beyond capacity. At this forum, water industry professionals will provide insight into industry trends and requirements relating to security and best practices when implementing network-based architecture. You will learn: · National security issues facing the water industry with insight on current requirements and known vulnerabilities · How to take advantage of network-based architectures that incorporate process control and power to lower operational costs and provide municipalities flexibility for operational data and visualization

Wednesday, November 7

1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Who should attend? Personnel at oil and gas-focused organizations and related businesses with a focus on: · Operations and production · Engineering, maintenance and facilities · Safety, environmental and security

Wednesday & Thursday, November 7-8

9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Who should attend? · Municipal representatives ­ Owners, operators, management, executives and government officials · Engineering and EPC firms ­ Consultants, contractors, control and automation engineers, power, mechanical and civil engineers · Equipment and system suppliers ­ Process control companies, pump and equipment OEMs, process system OEMs, system integrators

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ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS

BOOTH 127

Get the right components, at the right price, right when you need them. Allen-Bradley® components provide the highest quality at a fair price, an intuitive product selection, quick turnaround time and fast delivery. Customers get components that perform to their specifications ­ with the services and support they demand. Rockwell Automation offers quality Allen-Bradley industrial components that have been available and used by customers for more than 100 years. Rockwell Automation industrial component offerings include Power, Connectivity, Logic, Sensing and Switching, Operator Interface and Safety products. Infrastructure for the Architecture Rockwell Automation offers a comprehensive solution for the electrical Infrastructure for your automation Architecture. This solution provides products that Supply, Connect, Convert and Protect your critical control circuits. Connected Components A preferred control solution for stand-alone machines at low cost, Connected Components gives machine builders what they need to address their control requirements in the shortest possible time. Take advantage of the Connected Component Accelerator Toolkit (CCAT) ­ essential tools that make it quicker and easier to implement common control tasks as part of the machine design.

ETHERNET/IP NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE

BOOTH 1407

Industrial Ethernet is changing the nature of manufacturing. As plants converge their control system networks with their enterprise networks, and as machine builders attempt to simplify and lower the costs of their machines while improving line integration at the plants they serve, EtherNet/IPTM has become the world's leading industrial Ethernet. The EtherNet/IP Network Infrastructure booth, brought to you by Rockwell Automation and our partners, offers equipment builders and plant personnel the chance to learn how to successfully design and deploy robust, secure and future-ready networks utilizing common infrastructure assets. Furthermore, an extensive array of EtherNet/IP-connected products illustrates the ever-growing ecosystem of EtherNet/IP support and options, from plant floor to enterprise.

In addition to Rockwell Automation, come see concepts and solutions to support network convergence from:

Line-to-Load Power Solutions

Rockwell Automation provides a complete power control solution plus the expertise to help you design innovative solutions for the global marketplace. Highlights include: · Complete power control offering from line power to field devices (load) · Sustainable solutions that drive cost savings, wiring efficiencies and speed of implementation · Helps builders design and ship machines that adhere to global standards · Worldwide network of technical support and service specialists · Educational materials including presentations, tutorials, white papers and more

· Strategic Alliance Partner Cisco will feature a variety of solutions and devices that enable manufacturing collaboration, mobility, industrial intelligence and borderless networks

· Encompass Partner Panduit's booth will feature the Unified Physical Infrastructure (UPI) and will showcase their industry leading Data Center Solutions. They will work to help you build a smarter unified business foundation.

· Encompass Partner Fluke Networks will feature common networks solutions that span network deployment, network performance management and troubleshooting, as well as security and performance monitoring

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ENERGY MANAGEMENT

BOOTH 541

Utilize your existing automation and power system investments to begin consuming less energy, while more efficiently managing what you use. As a leading provider of industrial automation, power, control, optimization and information solutions, Rockwell Automation has helped companies in a wide range of industries improve their energy demand management. Let us provide you with a customized roadmap that helps you measure and monitor energy consumption by individual energy-intensive assets (i.e., process units, loads, machines and lines), more effectively manage consumption patterns for the plant and facility, predict the overall impact of production changes on energy use and emissions, and ultimately automate production for optimal energy consumption across the enterprise. We offer a number of solutions to help you manage your energy resources in a way that brings meaningful value to your business ­ by lowering production costs and optimizing profits: · Assessment services · Power monitoring · Power and energy management solutions · Intelligent Motor Control solutions · Energy-efficient variable frequency drives · Energy management software · Model predictive control · Power quality and detection solutions

INFORMATION SOFTWARE

BOOTH 935

VISUALIZE Gain critical real-time insight into your plant operations from the equipment level to the enterprise through a scalable portfolio of visualization and reporting tools. ANALYZE Unlock production data and correlate disparate data sources with the power of manufacturing intelligence. Turn data from your plant floor into actionable information through easy-toread dashboards and KPIs empowering users to make better business decisions. OPTIMIZE Discover manufacturing intelligence and operations management tools designed to enable production optimization by improving quality and yields, streamlining workflows, meeting regulatory compliance requirements and reducing overall production costs. ENTERPRISE Rockwell Software® provides the scalability to start at the machine/ equipment level and scale to the line, plant and enterprise, or vice versa. The integrated suite supports a wide range of functionality and flexible deployment methodologies. Explore operational excellence in integrated industry-focused suites including CPGSuite, AutoSuite and PharmaSuite.

Transform your production

· How will you adapt production to meet new regulatory requirements? · Does your production schedule match your optimal energy footprint? · How can you minimize downtime from poor power quality?

Informed decisions. Optimized plant.

· Dashboards and KPIs · Reporting and analytics · Data management · Performance management and OEE · Asset management · Manufacturing operations and execution management · ERP to plant-floor connectivity

Transform your practices

· How will you minimize risks from volatile energy prices? · Do you have the necessary information to make decisions?

Transform your point of view

· Where do your energy dollars go? · How can you manage energy more strategically?

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INTEGRATED ARCHITECTURE

BOOTH 915

In today's market, you must leverage existing automation investments to drive continuous optimization. Integrated Architecture from Rockwell Automation allows convergence of production disciplines into one integrated Control and Information system, enabling plant-wide optimization, machine/equipment builder performance and sustainable production. Our unparalleled functionality, flexibility and scalability provide the edge you need to stay competitive, addressing key market challenges: · lmproving productivity with better asset utilization and system performance · Promoting globalization with easy access to actionable, plant-wide Information · Supporting sustainability with extended product life cycles and better asset utilization · Cultivating innovation with increased system flexibility and technical risk mitigation The Integrated ArchitectureTM helps you respond competitively to the economy and changing consumer demand by leveraging industry-leading features: · Multiple disciplines ­ functionality for a full range of automation applications, using common equipment and standards · Scalability ­ right-sized offerings to suit product, architecture and discipline needs · Real-time information ­ live data and open access, throughout your power and control system, enterprise and supply chain · EtherNet/IP ­ a single IT-friendly network for information, I/O and motion · Knowledge integration ­ premier integration of device and system to maximize and secure intellectual property

INTELLIGENT MOTOR CONTROL

BOOTH 101

Intelligent Motor Control provides a complete portfolio for low and medium voltage applications, PowerFlex® drives, CENTERLINE® Motor Control Centers (MCC) and OneGearTM starters designed to meet your motor control and power distribution needs. With the added benefits of EtherNet/IP connectivity and built-in safety, you can provide your operations with higher availability, energy savings, and protection for personnel and equipment to reduce your time to market. See how Premier Integration allows you to consolidate system configuration, operation and maintenance into a single, integrated environment for CENTERLINE MCCs, PowerFlex drives and OneGear products on EtherNet/IP. Combined with the added benefits from dual port Ethernet capabilities and Automatic Device Configuration, you can optimize productivity with PowerFlex 525 and PowerFlex 755 AC drives. Designed to deliver easy-to-use, flexible safety solutions, Intelligent Motor Control devices meet global compliance standards and are designed to provide industry leading safety solutions, helping make your facilities safer and more productive. Remote monitoring helps remove personnel from hazardous locations while the CENTERLINE MCCs ­ with SecureConnectTM and ArcShieldTM ­ help provide added protection on the plant floor.

Integrated Architecture from Rockwell Automation helps you eliminate the need for separate controllers and systems for different disciplines and gives you greater access to real-time information on the plant floor and throughout the enterprise. The common control engine and development environment help reduce design and commissioning time, and make it easier to get to market faster. Come see the products, tools and resources that help you understand, plan, design and configure an Integrated Architecture control system.

Visit the Intelligent Motor Control booth to see all our new capabilities, including:

· New PowerFlex 525 AC drives with an innovative modular design combines a variety of motor control with embedded Ethernet, USB programming, energy savings and safety features · Expanded IntelliCENTER® Software features a Logix integration assistant and energy monitoring functionality · PowerFlex 750-Series AC drives with expanded voltages, new packaging options and dual-port EtherNet/IP

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OEM SOLUTIONS

BOOTH 901

As an OEM, you are challenged to differentiate yourself amidst global competition and rapidly evolving technology. Within today's dynamic marketplace, your customers demand innovative solutions that increase business agility, optimize productivity, and achieve sustainability objectives, all while lowering their total cost of ownership. To effectively compete in this global marketplace, you need to define value beyond the cost of your machines and maximize company performance. Whether measured from a business, commercial, or technical perspective, Rockwell Automation can improve your performance with solutions and services to lower the Total Cost to Design, Develop and Deliver machines and meet your customers' requirements.

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PROCESS SOLUTIONS

BOOTH 1135

PlantPAx is the process automation system from Rockwell Automation. It combines the plant-wide control technologies and unmatched scalability of Integrated Architecture with all the core capabilities in a world-class DCS. By implementing a single, plant-wide control system, you can increase efficiencies and productivity across all layers of your organization. You are able to integrate process control, discrete control, power, safety and information into one plant-wide infrastructure. PlantPAx eliminates the need for different and disparate control systems, resulting in significant plantwide optimization improvements and reduced total cost of ownership. The PlantPAx process automation system provides the needed technology to help you achieve a competitive advantage. It delivers adaptability to changing requirements and offers easy design and deployment and improved visibility to real-time information.

By taking advantage of our products and services, you can lower your costs, while improving your time to market. You will be better equipped to react quickly to change, increasing profits and attracting new customers with highperformance, innovative machines. Whether providing you with single components, entire systems or specialized consultation, our goal is to offer solutions on a personalized level.

Partnering for your success

Visit the OEM Solutions booth and see how Rockwell Automation can be your automation partner for each stage of your machine's life cycle ­ from design, throughout development, to customer delivery and beyond. · Design ­ Maximize design productivity and reuse engineering efforts across equipment · Develop ­ Optimize machine design and simplify integration to improve time to market and meet customer delivery commitments · Deliver ­ Reduce overall installation and commissioning and provide the right level of support to improve customer satisfaction

Stop in and ask the process team about:

· New legacy DCS migration solutions · Virtualized bundles for lower TCO · Enhanced APC and process optimization solutions · Scalable safety and critical control solutions · Easy-to-use engineering and configuration tools · Actionable production intelligence capabilities · Asset management and system maintenance improvements

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SAFETY SOLUTIONS

BOOTH 601

Machinery · Process · Electrical Rockwell Automation expertise, experience and technologies have established us as the world leader in industrial safety, helping reduce injuries and costs while improving productivity with functional safety solutions for machinery, process and electrical safety applications. Compliance ­ Understand how current standards improve risk mitigation and provide for use of newer safety technologies that help reduce nuisance shutdowns, prolonged restarts, and operational costs. Machinery Safety ­ Find out how innovative safety solutions can improve the functional operation of machinery to help improve safety, productivity, and reduce waste. Process Safety ­ Over 40 years of experience providing process safety solutions to satisfy cost, safety integrity level (SIL 1,2 and 3), performance, and availability requirements including ESD, F&G, Turbine and Compressor, Combustion Control and CPC. Electrical Safety ­ Over 300 U.S. workers are killed each year in arc flash incidents. Thousands more are sent to burn units. See the measures you can take to reduce the risk of an arc flash occurrence taking place, and to reduce worker exposure to electrical hazards.

SOLUTIONS AND SERVICES

BOOTH 1123

Rockwell Automation understands that a profitable, safe and sustainable operation is your goal. Across industries and processes, our global solutions and services teams deliver repeatable, scalable and maintainable solutions ­ tailored to you and the unique challenges you face every day. As your partner, we offer worldwide talent with industryand technology-specific expertise to help you meet or exceed your business goals. Our teams provide: · Complete, end-to-end solutions · Expertise in process and discrete automation, information, safety, power and motion · Migration solutions · On-demand services · Consulting services · Training services · On-site and remote technical support · Asset management and repair services Our solutions and services teams have an average of 13 years of experience and are ready to help you in more than 80 countries. Our global execution capabilities include: · Single site or multisite delivery · PMI-certified project management methodology · Nine exchange hubs · 18 ISO-certified repair centers

Best-in-class safety and productivity

Two Aberdeen Group studies have shown that best-in-class plants have 5-7% higher OEE, 2-4% less unscheduled downtime and significantly fewer injuries (1 in 2000 employees injured vs. 1 in 100). How? · Formalized Risk Management Processes including risk assessments for machinery, process and arc flash applications to determine hazards and mitigation · Technologies that improve both safety and productivity including integrated safety systems and innovative components to reduce downtime and operational costs

· Six remote support centers covering every time zone · 20 languages

See our solutions and services in action:

· Ask an Expert ­ interactive technical support · Integrated information, control power and safety demonstration · Training demonstrations · Hardware integration demonstration

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Technical Sessions

Technical sessions are one hour, presented once each day. All sessions are available on a first-come, first served basis on site- no registration required. CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN T01 Applying Industrial Robots with Open and Unified Robot Control Architecture

Learn how to program a wide range of industrial robots with one software package ­ RSLogixTM 5000 Design and Configuration software. Reduce training costs and spare parts inventory by using standard control components and programming tools.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN T08 What's New in Motion and Time-based Control

Machine performance can be measured in many different ways. Come to this session to learn how the new additions to the Kinetix motion control and DIO platforms increase machine performance. Let us show you how to innovate your machine mechanics and control with these exciting new offerings. Machine builders will also learn how to right size their machine control and minimize their overall control footprint.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN T09 Using Simulation to Design and Test Control Strategies

Discover how system-level simulation using Simulink reduces development time and costly design errors by automatically generating routines and Add-On Instructions (AOIs) for RSLogix 5000 Design and Configuration software.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN T02 Increasing Software Development Efficiency Using the Integrated Architecture Tools

Learn about new and existing Integrated Architecture tools that can speed implementation of your control system in all phases of the project. From videos to manuals to simple software applications, these tools help you understand, plan and configure an Integrated Architecture System.

LIFECYCLE SUPPORT & MIGRATIONS MANAGEMENT T10 Discovering the Value of Service Agreements

Service agreements can have great value for you and your company. During this session you'll discover how much easier and cost effective it can be to keep your plant running smoothly when you have an agreement that combines technical support, replacement parts and on-site service.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN T03 Integration of FANUC CNC and Rockwell Automation PAC

Learn how Rockwell Automation and FANUC are simplifying integration at the cell level and beyond over EtherNet/IP. Discover the latest integration tools including machining accelerator toolkits and the RSLogix 5000 Add-On Profile (AOP) for FANUC CNCs or robots. Explore the latest hardware connectivity and see a live demonstration of the architecture as well as future developments that will help with your manufacturing requirements.

LIFECYCLE SUPPORT & MIGRATIONS MANAGEMENT T11 Lifecycle Extension and Migration Solutions ­ We Give You Notice and We Give You Options

Lifecycle Extension and Migrations from Rockwell Automation keep you ahead of the curve by helping you understand your risk of operating legacy automation equipment and developing a solution until you are ready to migrate to new technology. Rockwell Automation encourages a proactive migration strategy and this session will explain the value of our approach.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN T04 Designing Innovative Machines with the Rockwell Automation Midrange Architecture System

Discover how the latest Rockwell Automation control architecture can be used in a variety of machine applications. Learn how you can build a better, more innovative machine and improve your competitive advantage in the marketplace with the latest hardware from the Midrange Architecture System including control, motion, power or drives, safety, network, visualization and information technology products.

LIFECYCLE SUPPORT & MIGRATIONS MANAGEMENT T12 Case Study: Managing Upgrades with Global Execution and Local Support

Dubai Aluminium (also known as DUBAL) is implementing the largest aluminum reduction line in the world at its subsidiary in Abu Dhabi (Emirates Aluminium). DUBAL selected the Global Solutions team at Rockwell Automation to develop and implement this system, which includes dozens of controllers and hundreds of I/O cabinets. This presentation will discuss best practices for large project control, as well as the complexities of managing a project which involves thousands of personnel.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN T05 Powerful Data Exchange Co-Processor

Learn how to establish bi-directional data exchange between databases and ControlLogix® PACs via a simple graphical user interface.

LIFECYCLE SUPPORT & MIGRATIONS MANAGEMENT T13 Five Critical Factors in Process Control System Migrations

When approaching control system retrofits or new facilities design, the interactions between processes, control subsystems and field instruments are often overlooked in the initial engineering evaluations. Learn more about the five areas that are critical to investigate during the front end of a control system modernization project to avoid costly or complex design problems.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN T06 Embedded Motion and Ethernet Capabilities on Micro800TM PLCs

Learn about the new embedded motion capabilities with up to 3 Axes of 100KHz Pulse Train Output for simple positioning applications with Micro830TM and Micro850TM controllers. Overview of the motion function blocks Home, MoveVelocity, MoveRelative and MoveAbsolute will be featured. Target applications for embedded Ethernet capabilities of Micro850 controller will also be discussed. Session will also include wiring considerations from controller to stepper/servo drives as well as motion performance considerations.

LIFECYCLE SUPPORT & MIGRATIONS MANAGEMENT T14 Flexible, Scalable Asset Management Solutions to Help You Increase Uptime

As a manufacturer, you require flexible, scalable asset management solutions for the entire plant floor. Using our four-step process, firmware management and reliability tools, you can create a customized strategy to help you avoid downtime, ease staffing burdens and get online quickly, which can reduce your MRO parts spend and improve plant profitability and uptime. This session will demonstrate the value of a comprehensive asset management solution.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN T07 Improving Engineering Efficiency Through Automation and Virtual Prototyping

Learn how to improve efficiency, quality and consistency of data. Seamlessly go from RSLogix 5000 to EPLAN Electric P8 schematic design to virtually prototyping in 3D.

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LIFECYCLE SUPPORT & MIGRATIONS MANAGEMENT T15 Building a Skilled Industrial Workforce to Achieve Operational Excellence

Rockwell Automation Training Services is working with manufacturers to close the industrial workforce skill gap and prepare new employees for 21st century manufacturing by using modern wireless and mobile technology. This session will focus on helping you to achieve operational excellence with our automation, craft skills, interactive technology and precision maintenance expertise to attract, develop and retain skilled workers.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T22 Integrated Line Control and Performance Management: A New Game- Changing Approach

Line control systems are traditionally custom engineering efforts challenged by the many disparate machine control systems and programming standards making interface to equipment for control and data collection purposes a never ending battle. This interactive session will discuss and demonstrate a new approach allowing equipment interface challenges to be addressed in a very consistent manner. This new approach enables line control, performance management and many other aspects of production management to be delivered in a configurable, re-usable and extensible application environment.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T16 Information on the Go: Mobility Solutions

Come learn about the latest trends and capabilities enabling mobile users to have access to production data to make real-time decisions. This session will discuss the needs of the remote user, and how to deliver a visualization and information solution that is mobility-ready.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T23 High Availability and Virtualization in Manufacturing

Learn best practices for high availability and manufacturing server virtualization from Stratus Technologies. As plant IT solutions are becoming more complex and integrated, manufacturers are increasingly relying on virtualization to consolidate multiple applications. However, virtualization also adds more complexity and risks which must be understood and managed to maintain mission critical availability for your manufacturing IT infrastructure.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T17 WIN-911 Panel View Alarming

Specter Instruments will discuss WIN-911/ME and Mobile-911 alarm notification for PanelViewTM Plus and demonstrate the ability to acknowledge PanelView alarms on mobile platforms.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T24 Migrating Your HMI System

Learn about the programs, incentives and tools available to streamline the process of migrating to the latest HMI platform. We will also discuss how Rockwell Automation can help with conversions from competitive systems.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T18 What's New in Visualization

This session will help you determine the appropriate visualization solution to solve your application needs, from machine-based operator interface to highly networked systems. Gain an in-depth understanding of scalable machine solutions from Rockwell Automation ­ covering dedicated systems (islands of control) to highly networked process applications. This session will focus on the new FactoryTalk® View Studio, PanelView Plus 6, FactoryTalk ViewPoint, Allen-Bradley industrial computers and PanelView Plus Compact.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T25 Machine Vision Solutions Using Non-Visible Thermal Imaging

This presentation discusses the technology behind infrared (IR) as a form of non-visible imaging. Discussions will cover detector technology, camera platforms, software analytics and applications. We will highlight the use of IR technology for conventional machine vision applications, cover the basics of IR, different IR energy detectors, different types of imaging and Smart Cameras, as well as examine the difference between qualitative and quantitative thermal imaging. Non-temperature applications in the recycling, pulp and paper, and automotive industries will also be included.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T19 Mobile Operator Innovation: FactoryTalk and Enterprise Tablets

Empower your operators to be mobile throughout a facility, giving them decision-making value. This session will discuss the options for interfacing Motorola Solutions' enterprise-grade Android tablet ET1 with Rockwell Automation FactoryTalk software.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T26 Manufacturing Intelligence in Action: Interactive Demo

See how role-based dashboards and key performance indicators can improve operation efficiencies, from an operator to plant manager and beyond. Interactive demonstrations will show time-saving features of a Manufacturing Intelligence strategy, like reporting, analytics and production efficiency. The interactive nature of the presentation also gives you a unique look at how features of Microsoft's SharePoint simplify data analysis and collaboration. See new features in FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI v4.5.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T20 FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI and Historian for Production Performance and Compliance

Provide visibility to real-time order status information including percent complete, performance and process data. Record critical process parameters for reporting and to confirm that lots were produced within compliance limits. Provide prompt feedback to supervisors to direct their attention to potential problem areas before serious production issues occur.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T21 Manufacturing Intelligence Realized with FactoryTalk VantagePoint and Microsoft SharePoint

This case study shows how dated batch, HMI and information system caused quality and production issues due to lack of historical information, broken software components, unsupported software components and unrestricted HMI operations. The plant had to reply on hand written notes and verbal accounts of problems, making it very challenging to piece together what actually happened when batching problems occurred. A new system was deployed to address these risks. Attendees will see how the upgrade delivered Web-based reports; ERP system interface; off-the-shelf batching software; HMI, batch and terminal server redundancy; and virtualization to minimize server hardware and allow for ease of maintenance.

T27 From Manual to Real-Time Reporting at Large Cereal Manufacturing Facility

This session follows a case study at Kellogg Mexicali, where all reports ­ from downtime to material consumption ­ were produced manually. Not only was this very time consuming, but the reports were only available on paper. FactoryTalk Historian, in conjunction with FactoryTalk VantagePoint, automated reporting. Historian acquired the necessary data and created the batch context, while VantagePoint/Dashboard Builder produced reports in a Web environment.

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Technical Sessions

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T28 Introduction to Manufacturing Operations in the Life Sciences, Consumer Packaged Goods and Automotive Industries

Rockwell Automation has leveraged over 20+ years delivering Manufacturing Execution Systems to create industry-specific application suites built on the FactoryTalk ProductionCentre platform. These suites are designed to enable production optimization by improving quality and yields, streamlining workflows, meeting regulatory compliance requirements and reducing overall production costs. Attend this session to learn about the capabilities of Rockwell Software PharmaSuite, CPGSuite and AutoSuite.

NETWORKS & SECURITY T35 Applying Plantwide Industrial Wireless Communications for Cost Savings

New cost savings across multiple industries are now possible by leveraging recent developments in both Integrated Architecture and wireless technology. Learn how you can utilize new technology to reduce costs by applying these technologies in process instrumentation through remote telemetry out-stations, with a focus on the inclusion of Wi-Fi in wired Ethernet architectures.

NETWORKS & SECURITY INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T29 Virtualizing FactoryTalk View Site Edition at Pepsi Bottling Plants

In this presentation, Barry-Wehmiller Design Group will discuss the deployment of a virtualized version of the network domain architecture recommended by Rockwell Automation for FactoryTalk View Site Edition systems. These virtualized systems have been successfully installed in ten Pepsi bottling plants. Considerations for hardware and software architecture, implementation, and life cycle cost advantages and application features will be discussed for this network domain-based solution that has been an integral part of the self-manufacturing project Pepsi has implemented to save cost by enabling bottling plants to manufacture bottles at the point of filling.

T36 Answering Five Key Questions about Using Fiber Optics in the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture: How, what, where, when and why.

We will provide practical answers to questions about using Phoenix Digital fiber optics in chassis modules as diagnostic tools to reduce EtherNet/IP and ControlNet operating and installation costs. Learn how fiber optics simplify network architectures, provide safety and security, and maximize life cycle reliability and performance.

POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL T37 The Next Generation of PowerFlex Compact AC Drives Revealed

Don't miss this opportunity to see the Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 525, the latest compact AC drive from Rockwell Automation. See how its innovative, modular design can help make installation and configuring faster, while features like embedded Ethernet, safety, USB programming, energy savings and a variety of motor control options are combined to make this drive ideal for machine level and standalone applications or simple system integration.

NETWORKS & SECURITY T30 Case Study ­ Portland Water District

Over the last 10 years, Portland Water District (Portland Maine) has been systematically building one of the largest wireless control systems for metropolitan water in the nation. This presentation will highlight lessons learned to create a successful large-scale wireless network for water and wastewater applications.

NETWORKS & SECURITY T31 Improving Industrial Security and Robustness for Industrial Control Systems (ICS)

Learn practical security capabilities delivered with Rockwell Automation products and systems that improve the resiliency of the Integrated Architecture and help assure safety, operational integrity and protection of key information and intellectual property. Get a close look at new security features and capabilities in Logix controllers and how to use FactoryTalk Security for user authorization and authentication and role-based access control.

POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL T38 Energy Efficiency Using Magnetics

Learn about North American magnetic efficiency regulations and the proper selection of magnetics including high- and premium-efficiency units to maximize energy savings.

POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL T39 Reduce Machine Size, Design Time and Assembly Time with Integrated Drive Motors

Discover how the Kinetix® Integrated Drive Motors can help you optimize your machine footprint while reducing design time, cabling and wiring. Based on the popular Kinetix 6000 servo drives and robust MP-SeriesTM servo motors, the integrated drive motors seamlessly integrate with Kinetix 6000/6200 designs making it easy to see the benefits of this new technology.

NETWORKS & SECURITY T32 Wireless I/O for Extending PLC/PAC Capability

Wireless I/O with Rockwell Automation controllers provides an exciting solution for addressing issues previously deemed cost prohibitive, technically infeasible, or lacking in sufficient reliability. This presentation highlights new innovations from FreeWave Technologies that can offer increased scalability and performance for PLCs and PACs.

POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL T40 iTRAK Technology: A "Pitchless" Machine

Discover how to increase your machine's speed, flexibility and performance with the revolutionary new iTRAK.TM This patented technology replaces mechanical components like chains and belts with a linear motor-based drive system that ties into the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture via EtherNet/IP to enable a "pitchless" machine.

NETWORKS & SECURITY T33 Future Trends in Industrial Networking

Get greater plant performance! Learn how current advances in networking (like EtherNet/IP for motion, power or drives, process, safety and real-time control) will be deployed to deliver plant performance improvements. Understand what new wired and wireless technologies are emerging at the device, peer and business levels and leverage the technology to gain a competitive advantage.

POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL T41 Global Short Circuit Current Rating Solutions

This session will demonstrate how to use the new Line-to-Load Web-based tool to determine component short circuit current ratings, and provide the test summaries for circuit breaker and fused component solutions. The session will cover applications through 690V, with highcoordination performance.

NETWORKS & SECURITY T34 Using Remote Access to Improve Efficiency for OEM Machine Builders

Reduce trips significantly by providing an eye directly into machine diagnostics, solving issues remotely. Specific examples of reduced travel through remote access will be shared with the audience.

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POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL T42 An In-depth Analysis of Planetary Gearbox Ratings

Detailed discussion regarding the principles used to determine the ratings of a planetary gearbox, including items such as the Wohler Curve bearing-life calculations and various material properties.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T50 Why a Chemical Manufacturer (ICL) Chose PlantPAx Object Library as an Alternate to the Existing DeltaV

With a new production process to bring on line, Stone Technologies' customer turned to a PlantPAx Process Automation system for its ease of integration and implementation. See how Stone Technologies implemented the system using the PlantPAx object library to accomplish their customer's goals and provided a cost-effective, time-saving solution with comparable look, feel and functionality to their existing DCS. We will also discuss how anticipated long-term cost saving, the improved in-house supportability and the readily-available resources for future project implementation all supported the use of the PlantPAx system.

POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL T43 Premier Integration with PowerFlex Drives

Learn how "Premier Integration" enhances the integration of PowerFlex drives with Logix controllers and other Allen-Bradley products. See how we can save you time and money during system development, operation, and maintenance. A demonstration will show how quickly you can configure your drive system within the Logix environment and the additional time savings Automatic Device Configuration can provide.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T51 Process Safety: Which Solution Best Meets Your Needs?

Choosing the correct safety solution to meet availability and safety requirements (whether SIL 2 or SIL3) is a critical decision. In this session, we'll explore our process safety offerings, from Logixbased SIL2 systems to ICS Triplex solutions for complete architectural diversity and triple modular redundancy. Learn which option is best for your requirements and how each helps improve efficiencies and performance.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T44 Proper Care and Maintenance of pH Sensors

The majority of poor performance issues associated with pH sensors are the result of one or more of the following causes: misapplication, improper sensor cleaning, improper or too frequent calibration of the sensor, and/or improper mounting/installation. This presentation will provide the user with specific information on how to maintain a pH sensor at its peak operational performance.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T52 How to Develop Static/Dynamic Check Weighing Solutions Using Offthe-Shelf Components from Rockwell Automation and Hardy Process Solutions. Overcome the Black Box, Green Board Problem!

Learn how manufacturers and OEMs in the food and consumer packaged goods industries are improving product inspection capability using off-the-shelf components to deliver amazing results. Components include: Programmable Logic Controllers and Human Machine Interface from Rockwell Automation, and high-speed check weighing bundles (instrument/sensor) from Hardy.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T45 PlantPAx Process Automation System Overview

This session provides an overview of the PlantPAx Process Automation System capabilities including high availability, device integration, asset management, batch and sequencing, and design and operations productivity. It's ideal for those looking for true plant-wide control, information integration, engineering efficiencies and right-sized designs.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T46 PlantPAx Physical Infrastructure: Virtualized Micro Data Center Case Study

Accelerate your PlantPax Process Automation system implementation with validated best practice solutions for virtualization and network deployments. Carotek, Panduit and Rockwell Automation describe the Micro Data Center implementation at the Carotek Process Training Unit in Charlotte, NC. You will also learn how to implement and compute switching and storage for PlantPAx systems that address performance availability, security and reliability goals.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T53 Production Intelligence

Process applications generate valuable data virtually every second of the production cycle. Being able to readily access and share this information can allow you to quickly respond to changing production needs. Learn how to maximize your production and increase the value of a PlantPax Process Automation system by leveraging its Production Intelligence capabilities.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T54 Process Optimization: Increasing Plant Uptime with Predictive Analytics

This presentation introduces the predictive analytics capability within PlantESP ­ a software platform that actively monitors motors, pumps, heat exchangers, and other assets that are critical to profitable production. The platform utilizes patented predictive analytic capabilities that warn production and maintenance staff of potential failures and help to avoid unplanned downtime.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T47 Process Skid Integration Solutions

As an end user or OEM, you're looking for more functionality, lower costs and ease of integration for skid equipment. This session will provide guidelines and strategies to help you successfully deploy modular solutions. You'll learn about the scalable, reusable, plug-and-play equipment control options, tools and support available with the PlantPAx Process Automation System.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T55 Using Predictive Modeling to Increase Efficiency and Effectiveness

Getting optimal life out of existing equipment is the goal of all manufacturers. Learn how Advanced Process Control (APC) uses predictive modeling to determine how multiple variables will behave in the future ­ increasing efficiencies and effectiveness.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T48 PlantPAx Operator Training in the Cloud

Dynamic process simulators for operator training and control system development are moving to the cloud. PlantPax Process Automation system users who incorporate cloud-based dynamic simulation gain flexibility performance and a lower installed cost. This presentation will include a demonstration of the PlantPAx Virtual Plant and cover best practices for implementing these solutions.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T56 Introducing the First WirelessHART EtherNet/IP Gateway

WirelessHART technology provides a robust wireless protocol for the full range of process measurement, control, and asset management applications and is the only wireless standard approved for the process industry. Learn about the first WirelessHART EtherNet/IP gateway and how it integrates into ControlLogix control systems.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS T49 Design Considerations for Automated and Manual Sequences of Batch Process

Learn how a modular design can help achieve maximum process agility, clearly define and enforce operating procedures to meet regulatory compliance, and lower your total cost of ownership.

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Technical Sessions

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE T57 Introduction to Functional Safety

Emerging technologies and changing standards provide new requirements and opportunities for machine builders. Learn about these new opportunities and how to take advantage of them in this session that reviews EN ISO 13849-1, the SISTEMA calculator and other tools you can use to build a better machine.

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION T64 Finding Hidden Energy Savings in Complex Process Manufacturing

Rockwell Automation has developed an energy process framework that enables companies to quickly identify, value and prioritize energy saving projects. This patented methodology integrates with process design, simulation, historian and control systems to help manufacturers realize energy and cost savings that have not been visible before.

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE T58 A Safer Approach to LOTO with Permanent Electrical Safety Devices (PESDs)

PESDs exceed NFPA 70E 120.1 requirements for creating electrically safe work conditions. The ability to verify zero energy without voltage exposure means a simplified safer, more productive and cost-effective lock-out tag-out (LOTO) that doesn't require PPE. This presentation will include proper installation procedures for validation and hazard risk analysis.

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION T65 Power Industry Communication Protocol Features and Benefits (DNP IEC-61850IEC-60870-5)

Power-related applications have long had their own set of standard industrial communication protocols like DNP 3.0 and IEC-60870-5-101/103/104. With the recent emergence of IEC-61850, we now have an additional power-specific protocol to add to the mix, providing more functionality over its predecessors. This session will cover some of the features and benefits of each of these protocols, along with some application examples on how to bring data from devices supporting these protocols into a Rockwell Automation system.

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE T59 Advanced Programming Techniques for Safety Applications

In addition to the standard control applications performed by programmable controllers, safety applications can be handled in software that would be far more difficult and expensive using hardwired solutions. This session will review some considerations and techniques for programming safety functions, including software validation, dual channel function blocks, fault detection, reset functions and protection from unwanted change.

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION T66 Central Utility Building (CUB) Control System Reliability, Optimization and Demand Management

Discover the benefits of a PlantPAx Process Automation System solution for Central Utility Buildings (CUBs). First, hear how FactoryTalk View graphics, plant energy dashboards, control system architecture, cabinet power distribution and network topology strategies provide high reliability and overall integration of OEM skids. Second, learn optimization strategies on dispatching chillers, cooling towers, boilers, cogeneration, chilled, hot and condenser water pumping to minimize energy costs. Third, see how to effectively manage electrical demand by visualizing and integrating demand response/demand control into your automation system. Transform your thermal plant from a passive energy user to an active energy manager.

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE T60 Arc Flash Safety and Industrial Ethernet: Connecting HRG to Your Electrical Protection

Effectively coordinating safety and protective measures across an industrial environment can be fraught with challenges. As High Resistance Grounding develops into a "standard" method for identifying arc flash hazards, being able to identify, locate and rectify faults is increasingly important for both productivity and safety. This presentation will delve into communication strategies for using HRG with relays PLCs and MCCs.

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION T67 How to Calculate Enclosure Heat Load and Why You Need Cool Electronics

Overheating industrial electronics can cause a malfunction or failure. By cooling electronic components, you can extend their life and prevent expensive downtime. Learn to identify sources of damaging heat, its consequences and how to calculate heat load to determine effective solutions.

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE T61 Common Safety Solutions Throughout the Plant

Most manufacturing operations involve a wide range of applications ­ from discrete, to batch, to process ­ requiring different approaches to safety. This session will discuss how common control system architectures can be used to mitigate risks throughout your plant, mill or brewery to reduce costs, improve safety and productivity.

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION T68 Protecting Your Equipment through Power Quality Solutions

Disruptions and irregularities in power can cause computerized machinery to go off line, precision instruments to fail and control systems to shut down. These problems can be extremely costly for customers, particularly in the semiconductor, automotive, food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. This session will focus on Rockwell Automation solutions ­ including Allen-Bradley uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) and new SoftSwitching Technologies products ­ for identifying and correcting power disruptions that can improve uptime in manufacturing production.

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE T62 Pneumatic Risk Assessment for Machine Guarding

Safe machines require a complete risk assessment. This presentation will discuss the unique issues that must be considered in pneumatic systems.

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE T63 EtherNet/IP for Remote Monitoring Minimizes Exposure to Electrical Hazards

With the control of electrical power becoming more important in the workplace, the need to reduce your personnel's exposure to electrical hazards is increasing. Motor Control Centers with integrated EtherNet/IP is emerging as a reliable way to remotely monitor control equipment, greatly reducing the need for personnel to enter hazardous areas. See how the benefits of extending IT infrastructure to your control equipment and application can not only benefit your safety program but can also help proactively identify potential problems, before an event occurs.

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION T69 Making Informed Decisions with an MIS System

Using Rockwell Automation MIS technology to control, automate and monitor production allows real-time monitoring of the system for increased production levels.

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION T70 Qualified Building Automation Solutions Using Logix and FactoryTalk

Learn the benefits of migrating your plant automation controls to replace commercial building automation systems in a validated environment. The session will include typical system architectures, different logic platforms, modularity, expandability, third party integration, OEM skid integration, FactoryTalk software, Global Engineering Modularity Standards (GEMS), validation documentation and reporting.

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Hands- on Labs

LAB REGISTRATION

Hands-On Labs allow you to work directly with Rockwell Automation products. You can now register for them before arriving at Automation Fair. Registering online for Hands-on Labs will save you time and help you plan your day more efficiently, giving you more time to take in all Automation Fair has to offer. Review the step-by-step procedure below or talk to your local Rockwell Automation sales representative or local distributor for more information. POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL L01 Drive Programming with the New PowerFlex 525 AC Drive

Learn the basics of drive programming using the new PowerFlex 525 compact AC drive. Attendees will configure these drives using the Human Interface Module (HIM), Connected Components Workbench and Studio 5000 (formerly RSLogix 5000). You will also try out AppView,TM a new feature that provides specific parameter groups for popular applications. Finally, experience the drive's ease of integration into the Logix environment using the embedded Ethernet port and add-on profiles in Studio 5000.

POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL L02 Speed Integration and Reduce Energy Usage with Ethernetenabled Motor Control Centers, RSLogix 5000 and IntelliCENTER Software

Experience the ease of integrating CENTERLINE Motor Control Centers (MCC) and their associated components with the Integrated Architecture using Ethernet. See how, with a click of the button, the new IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant populates the RSLogix IO tree, simplifying device configuration and reducing commissioning time. In addition, discover how IntelliCENTER Energy, which integrates with FactoryTalk EnergyMetrix, will monitor the energy usage within your MCC to help reduce your energy costs and operate a sustainable factory.

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Register for Automation Fair

Go to automationfair.com in early August to register to attend Automation Fair 2012 in Philadelphia, PA.

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Register for Hands-on Labs

POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL L03 E3 Plus with DeviceLogix Addresses Unplanned Network Outages

The E3 Plus Electronic Overload Relay with DeviceLogixTM technology integrates logic-solving capability providing higher-performance and lower-cost distributed control. This lab will demonstrate how to configure the E3 Plus DeviceLogix technology over an EtherNet/IP network allowing the user to create programs to help keep their motors running during unplanned network outages.

Go to automationfair.com beginning Monday, September 17 and click on the link for "Hands-on Lab Registration." Remember you must be registered for the Automation Fair to register for Hands-on Labs; you will need your Automation Fair registration ID number from your Automation Fair confirmation email. Once you make a selection, you will get an email confirmation that your seat has been reserved. Note: If a lab time slot does not appear, it means all seats have already been reserved. You can register for up to two labs per day.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN L04 Optimize Machine Design with Motion Analyzer Software

Learn how to use Motion Analyzer software to help optimize your machine, minimize risk and decrease time to market by making it faster and easier to analyze, simulate and select motion control systems. This session will highlight RSLogix 5000 integration and focus on the addition of the new Kinetix 5500, VPL motors, Integrated Drive Motor and Integrated Linear Thrusters.

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Check-in for your Hands-on Lab Seats

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN L05 Basic PLC Programming with Micro800 Controller

This lab will cover the basic capabilities, applications and programming of the Micro Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). This lab will teach basic concepts of PLC control and introduce the new Micro800 Controller features such as password protection, improved HMI usability, expansion I/O configurations and motion.

Starting on Tuesday, October 23 you will need to check-in to confirm all your Hands-on Lab seat selections. You must confirm by 11 p.m. EST on Friday, November 2 to keep your registered seat(s).

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CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN L06 Advanced PLC Topics for Micro Controllers with Micro830 and Micro 850 Motion Capabilities

Learn how easy it is to configure and control up to 3 axes of motion for simple positioning applications with the Micro830 and Micro850 controllers. Fundamental motion programming concepts such as Home, Jog, Move, and others will be taught to you. Furthermore, learn more on advanced concepts such as aborted moves and how Touch Probe can be used to improve motion accuracy in specific applications with no added cost.

When you arrive at the Automation Fair, go to show registration to pick up your show badge along with your ticket(s) for the Hands-on Labs that you are registered for. If you do not register for your Hands-on Labs ahead of coming to Automation Fair you will still have the opportunity to register once on site, at the walk-up hands-on lab registration area. For more information about registering for Hands-on Labs at this year's Automation Fair event, please go to: www.automationfair.com

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Hands- on Labs

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN L07 Modular Programming Concepts with RSLogix 5000-Based Systems

Learn about Modular Programming concepts and how they apply to industrial equipment. Rockwell Automation uses these methods and other well-proven best practices to support OEMs worldwide. The presenter will lead you through the fundamentals of Modular Programming to help you create more modular, reusable, and reliable application code. Applying modular concepts enables developers to minimize the effort required to complete a new application, speeding time to market and delivering equipment that is easier to start up and maintain.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS L14 Improve Design and Installation Flexibility Through PlantPAx Field Device Networks and System Integration

Simplify the configuration of smart process instrumentation via EtherNet/IP, HART, Foundation Fieldbus and Profibus-PA through device integration tools and documents available with the PlantPAx Process Automation system. You'll see how our asset management solution, along with the latest fieldbus linking devices and process library objects, can help save integration time and improve productivity.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN L08 Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP ­ A Scalable Motion System on a Single Network

Learn how to apply Kinetix and PowerFlex Integrated Motion with the CompactLogixTM 5370 to control a wide range of machines on standard EtherNet/IP. This new offering was designed to provide scalability by simplifying integration of the entire control solution on one network ­ including HMI, controller, motion and I/O.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS L15 Process System Tour for Operators, Control Engineers and Maintenance

The PlantPAx Process Automation system provides a total plant control solution. Tour the capabilities of the PlantPAx system through the eyes of a plant operator, control engineer and maintenance engineer. You will learn about the PlantPAx architecture, terminology and capabilities while interacting with the system under different user roles.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE L16 Improve Your Production Processes with Manufacturing Intelligence

An introductory lab to learn how to visualize, analyze and optimize your production processes using the Rockwell Software Manufacturing Intelligence suite of products. See how FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI integrates and contextualizes both real-time and historical data from your automation systems to provide rich dashboards and reports allowing you to gain visibility into your production processes for improved decision-making.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN L09 Introduction to Logix

Learn how to reduce development time, start-up and maintenance of your control system by designing, creating, downloading and testing an RSLogix 5000 program using a Logix Programmable Automation Controller.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN L10 Understanding Advanced Programming and Editing Techniques in Logix

Take full advantage of programming features that set Logix Programmable Automation Controllers apart from conventional control systems. Learn how to improve productivity by using global objects in add-on instructions and FactoryTalk View.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE L17 FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI New Reporting Capabilities

An introductory lab to learn how to use the latest features in FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI v4.5, which now include model-based reporting widgets along with native SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports. Review the technology and create reports through this lab.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN L11 New Techniques to Increase Efficiency with PanelView Plus 6 Applications

Learn how new features in PanelView Plus 6/FactoryTalk View Machine Edition can help reduce your HMI development time, while making your applications more secure. This hands-on lab will focus on using global objects, leveraging parameters and faceplates, and extending functionality with ActiveX controls. Customers interested in remote connectivity to their HMI application will also benefit from a section of this lab dedicated to FactoryTalk ViewPoint v2.0, featuring a new tag write capability.

NETWORKS & SECURITY L18 Scalable Secure Remote Access Solutions

Enable remote support groups and partners to monitor, manage and configure plantwide automation equipment and machinery via secure remote access. This lecture and demonstration will highlight a range of solutions recommended by Rockwell Automation and Cisco Systems® for scalable secure remote access, detailing best practices to balance the remote access needs of industrial applications with the secure access requirements of IT.

NETWORKS & SECURITY L19 Applying EtherNet/IP in Real-Time Applications

Using EtherNet/IP solutions allow you to realize real-time communication between your industrial and non-industrial networks. Learn about these techniques, best practices and products to optimize your plant network. A prior understanding of general Ethernet concepts, or attendance of the Fundamentals of EtherNet/IP session, is recommended for attendees.

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE L12 Effective Design Methods for Integrating Safety Using Logix Controllers

Learn how you can improve safety and productivity while reducing cost using the integrated standard and safety GuardLogix® solution. This lab uses simple built-in safety instructions and features to demonstrate how easily these goals can be achieved.

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION L13 Improve Energy Management with FactoryTalk EnergyMetrix and PowerMonitors

Learn how you can leverage the new family of Allen-Bradley PowerMonitorTM meters and recently released FactoryTalk EnergyMetrix software to collect, visualize, analyze and act on energy savings opportunities. This lab demonstrates the hardware and software capabilities and explores methods for using these tools to help manage your energy more effectively.

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Workshops

In-depth demonstration workshops are one and a half hours, offered once each day and include presentations by leading industry experts. All workshops are available on a first-come, first-served basis on site ­ no registration required. CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN W01 Introduction of PanelView 5000 and View Designer

This session provides an overview of visualization hardware, design software, as well as features and performance in runtime applications. In addition to a review of this new platform, attendees will see specific demonstrations of how new features solve application problems and enhance productivity.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS W05 High Availability for Today's Process Market

Learn about scalable options for high-availability control systems that will ensure uninterrupted control of your applications and processes. From redundant controllers, to communications, to I/O, to a completely fault tolerant system, Rockwell Automation provides hardware and software tools to meet your application requirements and provide you a sustainable competitive advantage.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS W06 PlantPAx for Power Plant Control: A New Approach to Distributed Control

Understand how the control system requirements of a combined-cycle power plant can be satisfied at a lower total cost and with easier integration using the PlantPAx process control solution. This presentation and demonstration highlight the key elements of a PlantPAx solution including advanced process modeling functions.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN W02 Realize the Benefit of Integrated Control and Visualization with Logix V21

The session will focus on demonstrating the unique value gained when using PanelView 5000 with Logix controllers. Key integration areas will include: Logix tag metadata, Logix-based alarms, high-speed HMI buttons, and Logix-based data logging and trending. For more information on visualization hardware, design-time software, and runtime features and performance, also attend the introduction of PanelView 5000 and Studio 5000 with View Designer workshop.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS W07 Migration Strategies and Tools for Aging Distributed Control Systems

Do you have an aging DCS that needs updating? Learn how to connect, integrate and migrate your existing DCS systems to the PlantPAx Process Automation System. Discover the scope of available tools and review well-developed project/programs plans. Whether your migration is a phased or rip-and-replace project, on one or multiple sites, this session will provide insight into best practices to follow.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN W03 Tools and Strategies for Sustainable Machine Design in Motion Applications

Design a more sustainable machine without sacrificing performance and the bottom line. This session explains how Kinetix Motion Control tools and products can help machine builders achieve their sustainability goals while maintaining a competitive edge. Learn how to model design concepts with Motion Analyzer, gain insight early by selecting efficient design solutions, and compare electric actuation and pneumatic solutions.

PROCESS SOLUTIONS W08 Realize Savings Using Predictive Load Modeling in Utility Plants

Complexities of utility plants, regulations and rate schedules require a new robust optimization framework to ensure minimal cost of operations. While models for new generation sources must be easily incorporated, predictive load models must be deployed to enable optimal equipment scheduling. Rockwell Automation has advanced modeling and optimization technologies that can help make savings of up to 25 percent a reality.

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN W04 Connected Components Workbench and Accelerator Toolkit

This lab will demonstrate current and future capabilities of the Connected Components Workbench software and the Connected Components Accelerator Toolkit to help you solve small motion, remote monitoring and controlled-access applications.

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE W09 Safety Risk Assessments: Determining Machine Safety Performance and Safety Integrity Levels

Global safety standards specify how machinery safety automation systems are classified. Learn the components of a Safety Risk Assessment including the terminology of PLs and SILs. Review current standards and look at what the future will bring. Includes a demonstration of Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction according to EN ISO 13849.

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE W10 Safety System Development Tools

This session will demonstrate tools that help you determine return on investment for safety projects, design safety systems, and select safety devices. These include the new Rockwell Automation Safety Automation Builder, the Web-based ROI tool, IFAs SISTEMA Calculation Tool and the Rockwell Automation SISTEMA Library, and the GuardLogix® safety reaction time estimator tool.

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Workshops

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE W11 Safety Solution Design ­ It's Not Black Magic

Take some of the mystery out of designing safety solutions by walking through the design of an actual application utilizing aspects of the "safety lifecycle." This process includes risk assessment, risk mitigation, component selection, functional requirements specification, circuit design and logic. Attendees will help design the circuit and perform verification testing via practical application of functional safety principles.

NETWORKS AND SECURITY W14 Plantwide Network Infrastructure

EtherNet/IP on the plant floor provides a single network technology that seamlessly delivers realtime control and information data throughout the plantwide network infrastructure. Presented by Rockwell Automation, Panduit, Fluke Networks and Cisco Systems, these EtherNet/IP ecosystem of partners will provide design recommendations and considerations to help you successfully deploy a robust and secure plantwide deployment of EtherNet/IP.

SAFETY & COMPLIANCE W12 Understanding the Standards Surrounding Arc Flash Hazards and Arc Resistant Equipment

Uncover the "how-to" of implementing arc resistant equipment within typical industrial or commercial facilities. This workshop offers insight into several practical aspects of procuring and applying arc resistant equipment including NFPA 70E highlights, arc flash basics, a review of arc resistant equipment and arc assessment services.

NETWORKS AND SECURITY W15 Designing EtherNet/IP Machine Level Networks

EtherNet/IP provides a single network technology for a variety of network and application requirements including Motion, Safety, Discrete, Drives and Process applications. In this workshop you will learn some recommended architectures with best practices, and design considerations for some typical control system architectures. A prior understanding of general EtherNet concepts is recommended for attendees.

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION W13 Defining and Implementing an Energy Management Program

Learn how you can monitor, control and analyze to better understand how and where you use energy. A cross-functional expert panel will hold an interactive dialog about variety of applications where Rockwell Automation has helped its customers manage energy more effectively, providing you a guide through the process of strategic energy management.

NETWORKS AND SECURITY W16 Fundamentals of Securing EtherNet/IP Networks

Securing EtherNet/IP networks requires a defense-in-depth design approach. Learn the ISA-99 and NIST 800-82 best practices and design recommendations from Rockwell Automation Network Security experts. This will include coverage of Secure remote access. A prior understanding of general Ethernet concepts is recommended for attendees. This session is recommended before attending the Scalable Secure Remote Access Solutions session.

LIFECYCLE SUPPORT & MIGRATION MANAGEMENT W17 Remote Support and Access Solutions for Equipment Builders and Partners

The TechConnect Virtual Support Engineer offers scalable, low-cost solutions that allows equipment builders to remotely monitor and troubleshoot machines post-installation without compromising firewalls. Three support levels are available, ranging from basic surveillance and access, to alarming, to full application support. This demonstration will show the full capabilities to equipment builders.

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE W18 Design, Operate and Maintain Your Logix/FactoryTalk HMI System

This session will provide attendees with tools and recommendations for designing, operating and maintaining a Logix/FactoryTalk HMI system. A live demonstration on a running system will show how to use available tools to design your system; monitor its performance in operation; and diagnose software, hardware and network problems. The system will include the 1756-L7 controller, FactoryTalk View Site Edition, I/O, drive on EtherNet/IP and a Stratix 8000TM switch.

LIFECYCLE SUPPORT & MIGRATION MANAGEMENT W19 SLC to CompactLogix Migration

Learn how to easily convert an SLCTM application to a CompactLogix system using tools provided by Rockwell Automation. Two scenarios will be presented: 1) A rip-and-replace of an SLC system to a CompactLogix system 2) Replacement of the SLC processor while retaining the SLC I/O

INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE W20 Virtualization for Manufacturing Industries

This presentation and demonstration describes virtualization adoption in production environments, including an overview of virtualization technology and applications, as well as recommended best practices.

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Par tnerNetwork Showcase

THE POWER OF COLLABORATION

Collaboration is the best way to provide a complete solution to address your manufacturing and automation challenges. After all, no individual organization can command all the relevant technologies you need. The strength of your network, including its upstream and downstream partners, will ultimately determine your ability to grow. That's why the Rockwell Automation PartnerNetwork program provides you immense value. It is a framework of wellmanaged relationships based on your needs. It provides you access to a local, regional and worldwide network of experts. PartnerNetwork Benefits Each member company of our PartnerNetwork is committed to helping you streamline your supply chain, simplify project implementation and receive the best value for your automation investment. Customers who utilize the PartnerNetwork have consistently shared that they experience these three core values: simplify, collaborate, innovate. These values translate into automated solutions that are clearly differentiated from any other supplier.

Come visit more than 100 partners from our PartnerNetwork at this year's Automation Fair. Our partners will be displaying their latest solutions and showing you how they can help you save time and money.

Simplify: By streamlining access to best-in-breed companies already vetted to meet high standards for quality, ease of use and technological advancement, Rockwell Automation and its PartnerNetwork members help simplify project sales, implementation and support while providing access to expanded resources to solve your business challenges. Collaborate: In the context of the PartnerNetwork, collaboration means building multi-level relationships and executing coordinated planning, sales and marketing among the partners. Rockwell Automation and its partners act as a single resource to support your business goals and solve your automation problems. Innovate: Rockwell Automation works closely with PartnerNetwork members to design, develop and deliver cuttingedge technology and services that increase the value of your automation investment while simplifying your vendor supply chain. Rockwell Automation and its partners act as a single resource to support your business goals. Working with members of the PartnerNetwork requires less time to manage and results in a broader range of capabilities to solve your automation problems.

"We have a long history of partnering. It is fundamental in our DNA, and we see it as the best way to address customer needs. Our approach to partnering is based on an understanding that no single supplier can do it all and a belief in the importance of working with best of breed companies to bring innovation, global reach and local responsiveness." Keith Nosbusch, Chairman and CEO, Rockwell Automation

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Par tnerNetwork Showcase

EPLAN Electrical CAE Software

EPLAN electrical CAE software has bi-directional hardware and tag synchronization with Rockwell Automation RSLogix 5000 software. The synchronization enables hardware and tag data to be shared seamlessly between the PLC programming environment and schematic design environment. Never have to input hardware and tag information twice again. EPLAN Electric P8 is an object-oriented database CAE software that facilitates efficient engineering through the standardization of engineering processes. EPLAN allows you download or create component and schematic data then store and re-use validated data to produce uniform, high-quality documentation. EPLAN creates scalable macros to accelerate future projects or build up an archive of commonly used component data sets. EPLAN automates the most time-consuming project tasks such as wire-numbering, cross-referencing and error-checking. [email protected]

As an integral piece of the PartnerNetwork, Encompass Product PartnersTM provide critical components that extend and enhance Rockwell Automation installations.

tManager Enterprise Appliance Transaction Modules (eATM®)

tManager® Enterprise Appliance Transaction Modules (eATM®) enable the exchange of data between enterprise, business or plant computer systems and a mix of PLCs/PACs. The in-chassis modules install in a ControlLogix Programmable Automation Controller (PAC) and communicate to other Allen-Bradley controllers via the backplane, Rockwell Automation bridge modules or EtherNet/IP. To support migration implementations, tManagers connect ControlLogix to Siemens controllers by Industrial Ethernet and to Schneider controllers by Modbus TCP. For plant-wide or enterprise connection, adapters are available for popular databases such as MS SQL, Oracle and DB2 or via messaging queues such as JMS. www.oldi.com

210M Wireless Modem

ESTeem Wireless Modems has again revolutionized wireless communications with the release of the ESTeem Model 210M for the licensed 154 to 170 MHz Water/ Wastewater and other SCADA markets. The 210M meets the new FCC standards for narrow band licensing and utilizes Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) to give the user up to 54 Kbps RF data rate with the same MESHing features and ESTeem Network Configuration (ENC) software used in our high data rate Ethernet 195E Series products. With an RF output of 2 watts average/10 watts peak, the 210M will provide long range reliable communication links for remote EtherNet/IP and DF1 serial applications with integral Ethernet and RS-232 communications ports. www.esteem.com

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Extra-Duty In-Use GracePort

Designed for wet or damp locations, ExtraDuty M8 Thru-View® housings from Grace Engineered Products allow customers to plug items into their customized GracePort® and close the cover to provide in-use protection against rain and moisture. Changes in the National Electrical Code better clarify how to protect outlets when installed outside of enclosures that are located in these environments. The NEC also recognizes that most residential in-use receptacle covers are not suitable for commercial and industrial usage. In these applications they describe an industrial in-use cover as extra-duty. Built for long life, the industrial M8 extra-duty housing fits this need. www.grace-eng.com

Matrix AP Passive Harmonic Filter

MTE Corporation announces, the Matrix® AP Passive Harmonic Filter. The Matrix AP, available from 6A to 1200A, is an extension of our Matrix line of harmonic filters and is compatible with generator systems. Using Adaptive Passive Technology (Patent Pending), the Matrix AP achieves better THID performance over a wider load range. This design removes the need for resistors and utilizes high current capacitors on units above 103A and a single three phase capacitor on units 103A and below. This significantly reduces product wiring and increases product reliability. As with all Matrix filters, a contactor option is available to remove the capacitors from the circuit. Components are designed to be field serviceable with standard component layout for ease of field wiring. www.mtecorp.com

MLX100 Robot Gateway

The MLX100 Robot Gateway,TM now available with conveyor tracking, enables the control and programming of Motoman® robots from the ControlLogix platform. For the first time, companies can deploy and support a broad range of robots with their existing staff and take ownership of the robot software. The robots are programmed through intuitive Add-On-Instructions (AOIs) within RSLogix 5000 software. Optimum performance is maintained by using proven kinematics solutions and drives matched to the robot servos. Compatible robots range from 4- to 7-axes, with payloads from 2-300 kilograms and a reach over 3 meters. The MLX100 Robot Gateway is ideal for use with assembly, packaging, case packing, palletizing, kitting, pick-and-place and part transfer applications. www.motoman.com

G3 Series Product Line

The G3 Series product line is a completely modular system. All of the G3 electronic modules plug together, via mechanical clips, allowing easy assembly and field changes. This makes the system highly distributable with the same modules being used in either centralized or distributed applications. Numatics G3 electronics benefits: Graphic display: Used for easy commissioning, visual status and diagnostic information per module. Auto recovery module: Stores and electrically protects configuration information during a critical failure. Easy robust connections: SPEEDCON M12 connector technology allows for fast and efficient ½ turn I/O connections. www.numatics.com

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Par tnerNetwork Showcase

CM44x Liquiline Series Multichannel Analytical Transmitters

Liquiline CM44x is a digital multiparameter controller for process monitoring and control in industrial and environmental applications. The modular four-wire transmitter is available as one/two channel, four channel and six/eight-channel versions and can be extended at any time. One controller for all Memosens protocol parameters: pH/ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, turbidity free chlorine, SAC and nitrate. Open communication standards simplify the integration into your process. Quick sensor exchange can be accomplished with precalibrated Memosens sensors. Intelligent software recognizes sensors automatically allowing plug and play for all Memosens sensors without performing a system reset. Its ease of use and maintenance guarantees operational safety. Our complete Memosens platform supports you in achieving your goals.

PLX30 Next Generation Gateways

The new PLX30 Next Generation Gateways are powerful modules designed with both Client and Server support, enabling easy connection between EtherNet/IP, Modbus Serial, Modbus TCP/IP and generic serial devices communicating via ASCII. Multiple connections provide faster communication between multiple devices such as HMIs and SCADA systems, power monitors and flow computers. All Modbus serial ports are individually configurable, providing a very powerful and flexible host or device interface solution. Benefits include fast real-time data acquisition; tight integration with RSLogix 5000; flexible communication methods and remote diagnostics. The new PLX30 Next Generation of Gateways is the most affordable communication connectivity to integrate Modbus serial devices into a network. This will allow flexibility of connecting similar networks while reducing the amount of hardware and cutting costs.

Promass 100 Coriolis Flowmeter

Endress+Hauser's new Promass 100 compact profile Coriolis flowmeter is capable of 0.05% of rate mass flow accuracy. Mass or volume flow, density, reference density, temperature and viscosity are control variable options. Communication outputs are EtherNet/IP and Modbus RS-485, 4-20mA HART and pulse/frequency. The Promass 100 includes an Add-On Profile (AOP) offering customers seamless integration into the Rockwell Automation PlantPAx process automation system. Promass 100 can be commissioned from the control room via digital fieldbus communications link or locally via any web browser by embedded webserver. Webserver functionality includes full parameter access, upload/download of parameter settings, troubleshooting and diagnostics. On-board diagnostics and HistoROM ensure process safety and plant availability. Stainless steel or aluminum enclosures allow installation in a variety of applications. www.endress.com

Advances in 802.11n Wireless Technology Improve Mobile Machine and Material Handling Systems

The new ProSoft Technology 802.11abgn Fast Industrial Hotspot features breakthrough advancements in client/bridge fast roaming between access points, EtherNet/IP packet optimization and support for leaky antenna cabling expanding secure wireless into critical mobile machine and material handling systems. These new capabilities provide seamless high speed EtherNet/IP connections for machines and platforms traveling long distances in assembly plants, crane systems, automated guided vehicles and mining. The secure, high speed wireless network reduces project costs, while improving productivity by eliminating mechanical festooning, rails and slip rings for economical and reliable mobile EtherNet/IP applications. Applications include wireless Producer/Consumer PLC/PAC networking, wireless remote I/O, wireless safety I/O and mobile worker connectivity. www.prosoft-technology.com

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School Par tnership Programs

INSPIRE YOUNG MINDSTM

BOOTH 950

FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), a not-for-profit organization, was founded in 1989 by inventor Dean Kamen. The organization's vision is to create a world where science and technology are celebrated and where young people can dream of becoming science and technology heroes. The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) is a unique varsity sport of the mind designed to help high school-aged young people discover how interesting and rewarding the life of engineers and researchers can be. FRC challenges teams of young minds and their mentors to solve a common problem in a six-week timeframe using a standard "kit of parts" and a common set of rules. FIRST redefines winning for these students because they are rewarded for excellence in design, demonstrated team spirit, gracious professionalism and maturity, and the ability to overcome obstacles. Scoring the most points is secondary. FIRST also offers the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC), a more affordable and accessible program for high school students, the FIRST LEGO® League (FLL) for 9- to 14-year-olds and the Junior FIRST LEGO League (FLL) for 6- to 9-year-olds. Teams from the FRC, FTC and FLL programs will be at the booth demonstrating their robots.

UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

Rockwell Automation provides value offering a broad range of partnering opportunities. The University Relations program is an extension of our partnerships, where relationships are built with selected universities that offer engineering, business and technology curriculum. Students gain exposure to Rockwell Automation technology and its application, helping them become better candidates for future jobs in industry. During Automation Fair, students get to see a wide variety of products and technology and attendees can learn more about the degree programs offered by of many of the universities. Current schools in the Rockwell Automation University Relations Program: · Case Western Reserve University · Florida A&M University · Georgia Institute of Technology · Marquette University · Milwaukee School of Engineering · North Carolina A&T University · Penn State University · Purdue University · Texas A&M University · The Ohio State University · University of Illinois ­ Urbana/Champaign · University of Michigan ­ Ann Arbor · University of Wisconsin ­ Madison · University of Wisconsin ­ Milwaukee Stop by University Row to visit our showcasing schools.

You are sure to be engaged as students showcase their FIRST robots in the FIRST Automation Fair booth. Among all the sophisticated automation products and systems you'll see in the convention center, the FIRST booth will surely remind you why you were inspired to become an engineer.

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