HMS receives a € 600 000 order to connect vibration sensors to industrial networks
May 14, 2014 - London
A world leading German sensor manufacturer have placed an € 600,000 order for Anybus® gateways to connect their vibration sensors via network to industrial control customers.
Information collections from sensors are becoming increasingly important to control and analyze operational data in machines. This new order is for applications where data from vibration sensors, installed in industrial machines, are connected via Anybus communication gateways to connect these sensors to the control system in the factory.
"This order is for shipments, during the coming 12 months, to a leading Germany sensor company and represents an order value of 600.000 Euro for HMS. Here in Germany we see a good growth for industrial networks, backed by a better macro situation as well as matureness and acceptance of using network systems in demanding industrial applications" says Thilo Döring, Sales Director at HMS in Karlsruhe, Germany.
For more information please contact:
CFO HMS Networks AB Gunnar Högberg, telephone: +46-35 17 29 95
CEO HMS Networks AB Staffan Dahlström, telephone: +46-35 17 29 01
HMS Networks AB (publ) is a world-leading supplier of communication technology for industrial automation. Sales amounted to SEK 501 million in 2013. Over 90% of these sales were to customers located outside Sweden. All development and the major portion of manufacturing are carried out at the head office in Halmstad and in Weingarten. Sales offices are located in Japan, China, Germany, Denmark, India, UK, USA, Italy and France. HMS has 350 employees and produces network interface cards and products to interconnect different networks under the trademark Anybus® and IXXAT® and products for Remote Management under the trademark Netbiter®. HMS is listed on NASDAQ-OMX Nordic Exchange in Stockholm in the category Small Cap, Information Technology.
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Source: HMS Networks AB via Globenewswire