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As an experienced turnkey control systems integrator and founding member of the Control System Integrators Association, Loman strives to provide educational information to clients with the goal of improving efficiency, reducing production costs, and avoiding unnecessary issues. Check out our blog posts, case studies, and other helpful resources to learn more about what Loman can do for you.

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The Loman Lowdown Summer 2016

The Loman team has launched its first-ever e-newsletter, “The Loman Lowdown,” which includes company news, helpful articles, and tips for manufacturers, contractors, OEMs, and engineering firms. The Loman Lowdown will be a free bi-annual newsletter available for download online and will be sent via email. Contact Heather Zynn at to be added to our subscriber list.

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Loman Vision Statement

The Loman vision is to impact our clients by providing professional, sustainable and reliable end-to-end control and information system solutions and expertise while being the thought leaders throughout the system integration industry.

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Loman Capabilities Overview Sheet

Loman helps clients with inefficient machining processes, unplanned downtime, production stoppages, excessive production costs, and more. We’ve prepared this sheet to help people understand who we are and how we can help them.

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Helpful Resources

What About That Legacy VB Code?

This is a great example of a project where we inevitably made the right choice for us and our customer.  We were able to quickly produce a quality product and the customer now has a reliable operator interface that can be easily maintained and moved to another machine with little concern for compatibility.


Grandpappy’s Hammer: How Technology Is Impacting All Industry Jobs

I see Grandpappy’s Hammer as a metaphor for the manufacturing jobs that have disappeared from the U.S. and probably will not come back. But there are still jobs available for people with the proper skillset. In place of Grandpappy’s Hammer are high-tech jobs that require engineering skills to perform.

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Why You Should Work With Certified Automation Professionals

The International Society of Automation (ISA) has a certification program called the Certified Automation Professional (CAP). The ISA website describes CAPs as “…responsible for the direction, definition, design, development/application, deployment, documentation, and support of systems, software, and equipment used in control systems, manufacturing information systems, systems integration, and operational consulting.

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How Dynamic System Design Helps Facilitate Change

Designing an electrical control system capable of adapting to changes should be in the mind of every engineer. Anticipating those changes will help us design flexible electrical panels, PLC programs and HMI graphics.

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