Analogical Automation

When we talk about ‘AUTOMATION’ the first thing that something which is COMFORTABLE, FEASIBLE, SAFE AND TIME-SAVING. It is all about how comfortably our day-to-day processes and routines can be simplified with the use of current technologies.

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Imagine life without Automation………. 

The world would be ‘MANUAL’. With no scope of automation, things would be very complex to manage. In this fast-paced world where we humans want all our processes to be fast and automated, it would be very difficult to complete all our tasks. Waiting for that reply in a telegraph and a letter would seem slow, restricted, and of poor quality. Manually weaving, knitting, dyeing, packaging, and manufacturing would be very time-consuming and hence textile industry would never flourish. People would still travel through bullock carts as there would be no automobile industries to manufacture a vehicle, data entry would seem such a tiring task as there would be no excel sheets to store that data and etc… 


Cut to 21st Century………. 

In today’s world think about the cell phone you are using; think about the car you use for commuting. Think about the smartwatch you are wearing to track your health routine, think about the coffee you drink from the vending machine; the food you eat, and the appliances you use to store, prepare, and clean your home belongings. Think about any modern convenience and necessity. Whatever possible things you see around you or the things you can imagine are the end products of a very complex mechanism. Well thanks to an excellent set of individuals who design, build and improve the back end and front-end development for all these processes. Without them, the advancements in the technologies would not be possible which would result in no future innovations. 

Embracing the Industrial Revolution 4.0 and the heart of this revolution ‘Internet of Things’ the rise of the Industrial Internet of Things is a key aspect for automating, monitoring, and controlling, thereby easing the production and manufacturing of any industry. No doubt that initially the amount of time and knowledge to set up a system seems way too much time consuming, as there are many things such as digital control systems, microcontrollers, PLC’s, various sensors and there’s much more for the development part, but once the system is completely designed it absolutely makes the production and manufacturing easier thereby making the process automated without any human intervention. 


The Process…………. 

For any system to be operated the way by which manufacturing takes place is important. Whether it is industrial revolution 1/2/3/4, the method with which the process is carried out to produce a product plays a very important role. Thus, Analogical automation comes into the picture. 





The above process carefully explains the manufacturing of chocolate in an industry. Hence the way of manufacturing this end product is known as Analogical Automation