MESCO is an IO-Link Competence Center for North America

Tuesday, 26. September 2017

MESCO Engineering, Inc. was accredited by the IO-Link Steering Committee as an IO-Link Competence Center. As such, MESCO offers technical expertise and support to IO-Link manufacturers and vendors.

IO-Link, the new bi-directional, digital, point-to-point communication standard (IEC 61131-9), offers a standardized mapping of advanced sensor and actuator features into the control engineering tool environment. It can be integrated easily and cost-effectively and plays an important role in the advance of IIoT.

MESCO has been a pioneer and an active member of the IO-Link Consortium in Germany for many years. Now MESCO is bringing this know-how closer to US customers. In addition to IO-Link Master and Device Stacks, MESCO offers software and hardware development services and test tools to help manufacturers integrate the IO-Link technology into their products.

Join MESCO at the next IO-Link User Workshop that will take place on October 17th, 2017 in Santa Clara, CA, to learn more about the technology IO-Link. The workshop is free to attend and you can register using the link below.

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