Rockwell Automation Has Acquired ASEM, S.p.A, Broadening the Company’s Control & Visualization Offering

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May 4, 2020

Rockwell Automation, Inc. recently announced that it has completed the acquisition of ASEM, S.p.A., a provider of digital automation technologies based in Italy.

ASEM provides a complete range of Industrial PCs (IPCs), Human-Machine Interface (HMI) hardware and software, remote access capabilities, and secure Industrial IoT gateway solutions.

This acquisition within our Architecture & Software business segment will further enhance the Control & Visualization hardware and software portfolio. ASEM is primarily a supplier to European machine builders with great opportunities in the North American market. ASEM’s products provide customers with a high degree of configurability for their industrial computing needs, allow them to achieve faster time to market, lower their cost of ownership, improve asset utilization, and better manage enterprise risk.

Rockwell announced its intent to acquire ASEM in February 2020. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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