Member Since 2017

LEARN MORE

Motion Solutions has one driving purpose: to provide our customers with the engineering services, solutions, and products they need to best achieve their goals. With more than 20 degreed engineers, we have deep domain expertise in the subject of motion. We work with clients across a continuum, ranging from application support on their existing projects to extensive collaboration on complex clean-sheet designs. As a result of deep relationships with our portfolio of marquee partners, we offer an extensive array of components, from simple hardware to cutting-edge technology. It’s our ability to adapt to and deliver on customer needs that best defines us as an organization.

Content Filed Under:

Industry:
Aerospace and Energy/Solar/Wind Power Aerospace , Energy/Solar/Wind Power , Factory Automation , Food & Beverage , Laboratory Equipment & Automation , Machine Tool , Medical Devices , Metals , Military/Defense , Motion Control Component Manufacturing , Oil and Gas , Packaging , Paper , Pharmaceutical , Robotics , Semiconductor , and Wood Products/Lumber

Application:
N/A

See More

Blog Post: Five Questions with Matt Trowbridge of Omron

POSTED 10/31/2017

 | By: MOSO Marketing

Five Questions with Matt Trowbridge of Omron

ALISO VIEJO, CA – Robotics, the convergence of semiconductor and automotive, and why finding and cultivating engineering talent may just be the biggest industry challenge of all.

Editor’s Note: this story is part of an ongoing series of blog entries in which Motion Solutions partners discuss opportunities and challenges facing the automation industry.

 

Q: What are some of the most important, emerging technologies in your industry?

Matt Trowbridge: Today, the big buzzwords are all around the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0 – basically, being connected to everything and making sense of the data to drive productivity. If you’re in automation today, you’re working on technology to make this a reality. IBM thinks they have it with Watson. Some think I-O Link is one answer. There’s time and space for multiple solutions and there will be many.

We need to focus on being open, yet, being secure. Companies collect plenty of data today but lack the processes to seamlessly use that data to drive efficiency in real time. The companies that bring that home first have a huge head start. . .

Visit our website to view the entire blog post!