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The Rise of the Programmable Automation Computer
It was only thirty years ago that most industrial processes were controlled either by hardwired relay logic or analog loop controllers. In the last thirty years, we’ve come very far from hardwired relays and analog controllers, and computers have changed beyond the belief of anyone in the late 1970s. Today, this development continues with the rise in PACs. This white paper discusses this growth and what the future may hold.
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