10/12/2017

MESCO is a new IO-Link Competence Center for North America

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. The technology is becoming increasingly important, especially in automation technology. It can be integrated easily and cost-effectively and plays an important role in the advance of IIoT.

MESCO Engineering GmbH, who has been a pioneer and a member of the IO-Link Consortium in Germany for many years, is now bringing its know-how closer to US customers. In addition to development tools such as IO-Link Master and Device Stacks, various test tools and additional development services that help manufacturers integrate the IO-Link technology into their products are offered.

The next IO-Link User Workshop will take place on October 17th, 2017 in Santa Clara, CA.
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10/22/2020

EtherCAT/FSoE: MESCO offers new services for Industrial Communication!

EtherCAT is the efficient Ethernet communication technology for high-performing real-time communication functions as well as for high synchronisation accuracy of the factory automation. For realising a safe data transmission for EtherCAT, the protocol Safety-over-EtherCAT (FSoE) has been defined.

08/03/2020

Bundled expertise for your process device development

MESCO develops for PA! We have bundled and intensified our portfolio for development services in the field of process automation since summer 2020. We are now integrating our many years of expertise in explosion proof and functional safety even more closely with current PA issues and are more specifically geared towards Industry 4.0 / IIoT. Of course, as usual: from concept to certfication.
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