What Are Automation Companies Looking For In Their Employees?

In this guest post, Bryan Hellman, writer for DO Supply, Inc., discusses the basics of automation and what specific skills employers in the industry will look for in candidates during the hiring process.

This article is great for recent engineering graduates or other professionals who are new to automation or considering it for a career change!

How Manual Labor and Automation Coexist

In this guest post, Jacqueline Canny, CEO and Owner of Ultimation Industries, discusses how labor & automation can work together to increase productivity without eliminating each other.

2019-07-23T20:20:26+00:00July 23rd, 2019|Industrial Automation|0 Comments

Fulfilling the Demand for Automation in Today’s Market

There is a wide spectrum of automation related positions out on today's market. However, the demand for automation people has increased and there has been a shortfall of available candidates to fill job openings. Read how your company can help add automation people into the workforce and help solve this problem.

How to Fit New Equipment into an Existing System

Need to add newly designed equipment or components to an existing system?

Then this article's for you!

Consider the key points mentioned before purchasing new equipment and you will find yourself set up for a successful, smooth transition.

2019-07-23T19:40:51+00:00October 19th, 2016|Industrial Automation|0 Comments

FIRST Robotics: Creating Future Automation Engineers

FIRST Robotics combines the excitement of sports with the rigors of science and technology. It encourages youth to pursue an education and career in STEM fields through fun, high-energy robotics competitions.

FIRST is where engineers are born! These students might just become your future automation engineers!

Read on to learn about FIRST Robotics and how to help grow high school students' interest in science and technology.

Cool robotics videos included!!

2018-08-24T15:40:40+00:00March 22nd, 2016|Industrial Automation|2 Comments