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An examination of the benefits of a single control platform in packaging machinery

As packaging machinery needs increase for End-users, the ability for multiple machines to communicate with each other is crucial. When machinery is sourced from various Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM’s), ensuring cohesive communication from machine to machine can be challenging. Find out more in this White Paper from Pearson Packaging Systems. 
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One approach to simplify that communication is through the use of standardized Packaging Machine Language (PackML).

PackML is a product of the Open Modular Architecture Controls User Group, otherwise known as OMAC. Formed in 1994, the OMAC User Group consists of End-users, OEMs and Technology Providers that are working to “Collectively derive common solutions for both technical and non-technical issues in the development, implementation, and commercialization of open, modular architecture control technologies.”

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