On May 7, 2013 the EtherCAT Technology Group will hold its Industrial Ethernet Seminar in Tel Aviv Israel.
EtherCAT, Ethernet for Control Automation Technology, is the fastest Industrial Ethernet solution that delivers performance, flexibility and cost advantages. Hosted by the EtherCAT Technology Group, the free-of-charge event is aimed at end users as well as system integrators. Participants will learn about the benefits and challenges of Industrial Ethernet and have an opportunity to talk to EtherCAT experts face-to-face. Sponsored exhibits will demonstrate the wide variety of practical implementations of EtherCAT.
At the event, Elmo will present a comprehensive EtherCAT-based motion-control solution for the semiconductor industry. Being one of only a handful of companies with EtherCAT-certified motion control products and servo drives, Elmo provides its customers with unparalleled performance capabilities. With EtherCAT, Elmo is able to deliver fast, precise, multi-axis machine operation in a distributed solution that simplifies and speeds implementation. Using EtherCAT, Elmo is able to boost machine performance while reducing complexity and improving reliability.
About Elmo Motion Control
Elmo develops and markets cutting-edge servo drives and network motion controllers that deliver the complete solution for any motion-control application. Inspiring motion since 1988 and with millions of drives performing reliably in a wide variety of industries and harsh environment applications, Elmo boosts the success and profitability of our customers worldwide.
About EtherCAT Technology Group (ETG)
The EtherCAT Technology Group is an organization in which key user companies from various industries and leading automation suppliers join forces to support, promote and advance EtherCAT technology. With over 2,300 members from 56 countries the EtherCAT Technology Group has become the largest fieldbus organization in the world. Founded in November 2003, it is also the fastest growing fieldbus organization.
EtherCAT is the Industrial Ethernet technology which stands for high-performance, low-cost, easy to use with a flexible topology. It was introduced in 2003 and has been an international standard since 2007. The EtherCAT Technology Group promotes EtherCAT and is responsible for its continued development. EtherCAT is an open technology: anyone is allowed to implement or use it.