Rockwell Automation Partners
1201 S 2nd St Milwaukee WI 53204 United States
Phone 1414-382-2000

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  • Rockwell Automation shared an update
    PostedMonday, July 11,2016 at 3:54 PM
    Rockwell Automation has learned about the existence of a malicious file called ‘’ that is being distributed on the Internet. This file is NOT an official update from Rockwell Automation, and we have been informed that this file contains a type of ransomware malware that, if successfully installed and launched, may compromise the victim’s computer. This advisory is intended to raise awareness to control system owners and operators of reports of the file’s existence as a result of reports Rockwell Automation received from the Electricity Information Sharing and Analysis Center (‘E-ISAC’).”
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    Ransomware Masked as Rockwell Update «
    By Gregory Hale A ransomware attack is hitting the manufacturing automation industry posing as an Allen-Bradley update. In an email obtained by
  • Rockwell Automation shared an update
    PostedTuesday, June 28,2016 at 10:31 AM

    Implementing a combined heat and power (CHP) application helped this Virginia plant boost profitability and reduce greenhouse gas production by 25% by 2020. Electricity and natural gas used to get little more thought from most industrial consumers than having accounting pay the bills. But not anymore. Today, users are increasingly aware that power and energy can have huge impacts on their bottom lines, and so more manufacturers are making them part of their overall efficiency and performance optimization efforts. Several of these innovators presented their experiences and lessons learned at the “Power and Energy Management Industry Forum” at the 2015 Automation Fair® event in Chicago. New Jobs for Energy and Users Mary Burgoon, market development manager for power and energy at Rockwell Automation, reported that forces shaping power and energy include: (Read full article by clicking the link below)
  • Rockwell Automation shared an update
    PostedWednesday, December 16,2015 at 9:56 AM

    A single, scalable, plant-wide process control system provides improved visualization and access to real-time process data for growing city’s water treatment plant. In 2012, the population of Saskatoon, Canada, reached about 240,000 — enough people to produce nearly 90 million liters of wastewater per day. To achieve the highest process efficiency for treating raw sewage, and guarantee environmental safety for city residents, Saskatoon requires a sophisticated process control system at its treatment plant. (Read more)