Outbound Technologies, Inc. Integrators
30026 Research Drive New Hudson MI 48165 United States
Phone 1248-735-5000 (203)
Phone 2 317-842-3500
Phone 3513-847-1005
Employees25 to 100
Main Contacts
Chris Tury General Manager - Michigan Office Phone2487355000203 x 203
Jason Mayes General Manager - Indiana Office Phone248-735-5000
James Brown General Manager - Ohio Office Phone248-735-5000
Jason Yanity Operations Manager Phone248-735-5000
Noel Enneking Engineering Manager - Ohio Phone513-847-1005
Aaron Phillips IT Manager Phone2487355000 x 212
Christopher Tury Controller Phone2487355000 x 239
Michael Green Sales Manager Phone317-775-6720
  • 5648 West 74th Street
    Indianapolis, IN
    United States
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    West Chester, OH
    United States
Latest Updates
  • Outbound Technologies, Inc. shared an update
    PostedFriday, May 23,2014 at 2:19 PM

    OTI is currently hiring at all (3) of our locations! We are looking for qualified engineering and sales staff looking for a long term home. We offer a diverse environment, competitive wages and benefits, and a great career opportunity. Please apply via email using the contacts on our website.

  • Outbound Technologies, Inc. shared an update
    PostedThursday, May 7,2015 at 2:52 PM
    Just wanted to take a minute to congratulate Mr. Bob Lowe the outgoing Executive Director of CSIA on his outstanding contributions and years of dedicated service to the systems integration community. Bob is one of the most sincere people you will ever meet and his devotion to improving our industry is unmatched. Bob, you will be missed and I wish you the very best in your retirement. Please keep in touch with us and never stop being such a great person and leader.
  • Outbound Technologies, Inc. shared an update
    PostedTuesday, May 9,2017 at 2:13 PM
    Outbound Indiana has moved! A growing office needs more space and that was one of the factors that led us to move. Our new office is located at: 5648 West 74th Street Indianapolis, IN 46278 Phone and fax numbers remain unchanged.
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Every owner, manager, and key decision maker is an engineer. They have all been through the ranks and learned this business before they were given the responsibility to manage it. Diveristy is also a key to our success. From a technical standpoint, specific areas of expertise include: High Temperature applications, Automotive Paint Finishing, Pharamaceutical Automation, Web Handling Applications, Custom Software Solutions, and Safety. As a Systems Intergrator, we are a 50/50 split between Continuous Process and Discrete Automation expertise.
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  • PostedFriday, May 23,2014 at 2:09 PM

    The purpose of this project was to provide the electrical drawings in EPLAN, electrical design support, controls programming, and commissioning for a packaging machine upgrade that included migrating from Mitsubishi to Siemens architecture.

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  • PostedFriday, May 23,2014 at 2:11 PM

    The purpose of this project was to provide the electrical process controls upgrade for an existing automotive paint facility.

    New global controls architecture was used wherever possible. A combination of standard panels and custom designed panels were engineered while utilizing the new controls architecture. New MCPs and VFDs were purchased. Existing control panels were re-used. All I/O was removed and replaced by Allen Bradley Flex I/O with DeviceNet communication. New ControlLogix PLC programs and Siemens WinCC HMI programs were created for all systems.

    The Carrier Cleaner system upgrade included a control-reliable design and a new DeviceNet interface with two relocated and reused robots.

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  • PostedFriday, May 23,2014 at 2:12 PM

    The purpose of this job was to perform the conceptual design, PLC and HMI software design, control panel build, mechanical subcontractor management, and commissioning for the fuel blend system at an automotive research facility.

    The Fuel Blending System contained two boards of 374 manually actuated valves. Each board (labeled “J” and “K”) contained 22 valves across by 17 valves high for a total of 748 valves. The valve boards supplied various fuel types to test cells in the research facility’s campus. Due to the types of fuel being used, the operational environment was treated as Class 1 Division 1.
    The objective was to design and implement a control system to operate and monitor all of the manually actuated valves in this environment, as well as all automated valves in the fuel supply system.

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