Rockwell Adds ASEM and Kalypso to Its Portfolio

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By Michael Larner | 2Q 2020 | IN-5773


Rockwell Continues Its Buy and Build Strategy


Rockwell Automation announced the acquisitions of two privately held firms, ASEM and Kalypso, in February 2020, boosting Rockwell’s strategy of delivering “the Connected Enterprise.” Terms of the deals were not disclosed.

Italian-based ASEM manufactures monitors, Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs), Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs), and Internet of Things (IoT) gateway solutions, among other things, helping manufacturers collect and display data generated on the factory floor, while Kalypso is a U.S.-based consulting firm that looks to help companies in the life sciences, consumer goods, and industrial sectors improve their product design and development processes, production management, and service delivery models.

Other recent Rockwell acquisitions include Emulate3D (whose software simulate and emulate industrial automation systems) in January 2019 and system designs before incurring manufacturing and line of flight sensing firm Odos Imaging Ltd, in November 2017. Furthermore, the company announced a US$1 billion investment in industrial sof…

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