New integrator certified for Rockwell’s Emulate3D digital twin software

Rockwell Automation has announced that Automate has been certified as a Software System Integrator for Rockwell’s Emulate3D digital twin software.

Rome-based Automate specialises in the design and implementation of integrated systems for industrial automation new builds or refreshes in the logistics, airport, chemical, pharmaceutical, food, manufacturing, and automotive industries. It offers and implements industrial internet of things platforms, advanced manufacturing, manufacturing execution system applications, and data analytics solutions using custom algorithms.

As an existing user of Emulate3D technology, it is in an ideal position to deploy and support other customers in the region, across a wide range of industries.

Qualified members of the PartnerNetwork program represent an elite group of companies that meet program criteria for operational excellence, application expertise and customer focus. They possess industry and application expertise that complements Rockwell Automation capabilities in a specific market and geography. All PartnerNetwork members have committed to an active, extensive relationship with Rockwell Automation to provide the most productive and cost-effective automation solutions for customers.

“We are delighted to see Automate gain this certification,” said Klaus Schwarz, system integrator program manager at Rockwell Automation. “As a user and now a reseller of Emulate3D software, Automate is perfectly placed to support other companies in their own digital transformations. Virtualisation is gaining significant traction, as companies appreciate the time and cost savings on offer, so with Automate onboard we will be able to help a great many others exploit their digital information.”

Eugenio d'Ursi, managing director of Automate, explains: “We have helped many companies with upgrades and new builds over the years, and have always looked at ways of increasing efficiency and value for our customers. Emulate3D gives us these capabilities, and so much more. As well as unlocking the potential of existing designs, we can look to the future and add the capabilities to enhance performance.

“This is not over design, it’s clever design and can only really be realised using advanced digital twin software such as Emulate3D. It gives us more tools, more power, more competence, and more capabilities. Something which we will help to impart to our commercial customers.”

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