Global automation instrumentation market is expected to witness brisk growth owing to rapid industrialization over the forecast period. With increasing strain on efficiency to ramp up production in many industries, the automated machinery demand has witnessed growth in the recent past. The need for efficient & smooth product flow and quality management system has resulted in high automation instrumentation demand across almost all industries.
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The application market can be segregated into two broad divisions, viz. process and discrete. Process industries require very high automation level, advance simulation, monitoring and control for various challenging operations. This industry is characterized by turning variable raw materials into consistent finished goods. Discrete processes involve materials movement across discrete manufacturing environments. These processes involve the aggregation of sub-assemblies or engineered components into high quality products with variable configurations.
Automation can be defined as the use of automated machinery and computers for smooth and efficient task execution. Automation can be broadly divided in three types based on output, viz. mass or flow, batch and flexible or job automation. When the design is not flexible and there is high production then it is classified as mass and flow. When the output is moderate and the process is carried out in different batches, it is termed as batch automation. When the production is low and the design varies in accordance with the product specifications, then the classification is termed as flexible or job.
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Instrumentation refers to the devices used for the purpose of observation, measurement, control and monitor. Novel automation types have been developed in the recent past which such as information technology (IT),flexible manufacturing systems (FMS), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), Robots, computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) and Numerically controlled (NC) equipment. IT encompasses computer technologies that are used to create, disseminate, store and retrieve information. CAM uses computers for different functions in production planning and control. NC machines are programmed machine tools that engage in sequential operation execution. Robots are automated equipments that are used to execute several tasks which are normally performed by humans.FMS includes robots, automated material handling tools and numerically controlled tools. In CIM systems many manufacturing functions are linked through an integrated computer network.
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