Tucson company helps machines 'talk' to each other

2013-04-06T14:01:00Z Tucson company helps machines 'talk' to each otherDavid Wichner Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
April 06, 2013 2:01 pm  • 

The Industrial Age has merged with the Information Age on factory floors around the world, as industrial machines increasingly “talk” about their health and work with their human masters.

A Tucson company is quietly thriving by making sure those vital conversations go smoothly.

Dataforth Corp., a 29-year-old spinoff of the former Burr-Brown Corp., has built a niche designing and making electronics to monitor and manage industrial equipment for customers ranging from automakers to mining companies.

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