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EDITORS NOTE:

CONNECTIVITY MEANS MORE TODAY
THAN IT EVER HAS.
BY OWEN HURST
Connectivity means more today than it ever has. Today people are
more connected than any point in history through intricate
communication networks that grant accessibility to information,
opportunities for shopping and entertainment and are now changing
the way many of us work.
When we think of automation and control that connectivity serves a
similar purpose. Cables and connectors, and increasingly wireless and
Bluetooth options, are essential components that carry the life blood of
machines, namely commands and data. But for machines it is not so
simple as picking up your phone and plugging in to the internet to do
your shopping or order your dinner. The rapid growth of the electrical
and automation sectors has created a demand for cables and
connectors that are specifically designed to meet the needs of
applications and technology types.
Whether we are discussing special cables for VFD's or robotic control,
or connectors that allow for Input/output of numerous simultaneous
points of data and information, cables and connectors play a crucial role
in the functionality and growth of the electrical and automation markets.
In this issue we focus in directly on the importance of cables and
connectors for you and the various projects you are engaging in around
the country. The Cables & Connectors issue is meant to support your
understanding of the growing importance and breadth of products
being. Allied Market Research has predicted that the Cables and
Connectors market will reach $160.93 billion by 2027, growing at a
CAGR of 8.3% from 2020 to 2027. With this rapid growth of the market
and numerous options and technologies available to meet your needs it
is critical to maintain awareness of new products and solutions being
offered.
C A N A D I A N A U TO M AT I O N

Providing a glimpse into this growth and how to stay ahead
Automation Canada presents the Cables & Connectors Issue, an annual
edition that will provide insight and guidance from industry experts. In
this issue we focus on topics such as choosing a cable sensor, learning
about VFD cables, PoE considerations, technology disruptions,
digitization, and ways to connect more safely when testing your
systems.
I hope you enjoy the Cables & Connectors issue of Automation
Canada. If you have any questions or ideas for articles or themed issues
that would support your business do not hesitate to reach out.
owenhurst@kerrwil.com

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