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IABInternet Architecture Board
IABInteractive Advertising Bureau
IABInternet Advertising Bureau
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IABInstitut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (German: Federal Institute for Job Research)
IABInstitute of Arctic Biology (University of Alaska Fairbanks)
IABInternational Accounting Bulletin (publication)
IABInstitute for Advanced Biosciences (Keio University; Japan)
IABImpact Assessment Board (EU)
IABI Am Bored
IABIntra-Aortic Balloon (catheter)
IABIntranet in a Box
IABInteragency Board (Equipment Standardization and InterOperability)
IABIndustrial Advisory Board
IABInternational Association of Book-Keepers
IABIndustrial Accident Board (various locations)
IABInternal Affairs Bureau
IABIrish Agrément Board (National Standards Authority of Ireland)
IABInteragency Advisory Board
IABIndustrial Automation Business (various companies)
IABMcConnell AFB (Airport Code)
IABInternet Advisory Board
IABInstituto dos Arquitetos do Brasil (Brazil)
IABI Am Back
IABInternational Arrivals Building (airports)
IABInternational Association of Bioethics
IABInnovation Advisory Board
IABImmigration Appeals Board
IABInternational Association of Broadcasting
IABIndustry Advisory Body (Australia)
IABInternet Advertising Board
IABIomega Automatic Backup (software)
IABIndexed Annuity Bond (investment; Australia)
IABInvestment Approvals Board (UK MOD)
IABInfantry Assault Bridge
IABIsland-Arc Basalt (earth science)
IABIncentive Awards Board
IABIndividual Address Block
IABInternet Audio Broadcasting (One-way audio option for webconferencing)
IABIntake Air Bypass
IABInteragency Airtanker Board (National Interagency Aviation Council)
IABInternational Abstracting Board
IABInformation Assurance Bulletins
IABInternetwork Architecture Board
IABIt's All Bollocks (UK slang)
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Demand for its energy management products also offset weakness at its industrial automation business, which saw discrete and original equipment-manufacturing markets slow during the second quarter, affected by the U.S.-China and US-Mexico trade tensions.
The industrial automation business provides vital products, services, and solutions to a diverse range of process industries including oil, chemicals, natural gas, power, iron and steel, and pulp and paper.
Rockwell is a leader in industrial automation business and competes with segments of large diversified corporations and smaller niche companies.
"We are delighted Adept Technology, a world leader in robotics, has agreed to join OMRON," said Yutaka Miyanaga, OMRON Industrial Automation Business company president.
The Middle East's share of the Invensys software and industrial automation business is around 10 per cent of its global revenues, which were approximately $2 billion in 2012, a senior official says.
in 1981, serving in a number of senior executive roles at the global technology provider and was most recently named chair of its industrial automation business in July 2012.
Gloucester-based CKF Systems, the specialist provider of robotic and automated solutions, has entered into a strategic alliance with Clevertech as the Italian industrial automation business looks to increase its UK sales.
Manish Walia, Director, Industrial Automation Business Unit, Delta Group - India and SAARC region, said, "South India has emerged as a major hub for the print and packaging industry.
Teruyoshi Minaki, a Yokogawa director and executive vice president who heads the Industrial Automation Business Headquarters, comments: "The Fast/Tools R9.03 web-based visualisation, engineering, and remote maintenance environment brings revolutionary changes to real-time process information intelligence.
"Delta Electronics is able to provide a complete propulsion system solution, whether for pure electric vehicles, or for tandem or parallel gas-electric hybrid vehicles," stated Simon Chang, general manager of Delta's industrial automation business unit.
"We've got to get better at using data and aligning it with the objectives we had for our systems in the first place, says Brian Holliday, general manager of the industrial automation business at Siemens Automation.
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