Patti Engineering Inc., a control system integrator based in Auburn Hills, Mich. with offices in Texas and Indiana, today announced it has become an exclusive FANUC Authorized System Integrator, or ASI, for robotics.
Patti Engineering has been a FANUC-authorized system integrator since 2015 and has been using FANUC robots since its founding in 1991. The company uses FANUC’s products for CNC systems and other factory automation solutions.
The company said it offers technical expertise in electrical control and information systems and provides turnkey control systems integration for design/build, upgrade/retrofit and asset/energy management projects. It has worked with major names including Siemens, Mitsubishi Electric, and CSIA.
The company added that it was featured in Control Engineering Magazine’s Hall of Fame in 2012.
Exclusive partnership comes with added perks
As an exclusive partner with FANUC, Patti Engineering now has “unlimited” access to integrator-related training and online course, along with greater networking opportunities at industry events, according to Rochester Hills, Mich.-based FANUC America.
“The history of Patti Engineering is closely linked to FANUC America, and it’s exciting for us to become an exclusive system integrator,” said Sam Hoff, CEO of Patti Engineering. “FANUC’s quality, service, and technology are second to none and we look forward to working more closely with the FANUC America team in the coming years.”
More than 700 companies are part of FANUC’s integrator network, according to ASI member Pioneer Industrial Systems. The network was created in 1996.
“We’re excited about this next phase in the relationship between Patti Engineering and FANUC America,” said Dick Motley, a director at FANUC America Corporation. “With Patti’s recent commitment to integrate FANUC robots exclusively going forward, they’re following a proven playbook of increased engagement with FANUC America’s industry-leading technology and resources.”
“This complements their strong custom engineering and system execution capabilities, and we look forward to supporting the continued success of their robotic automation business.”