Who We Are
We have been providing executive, marketing, and administrative services to trade associations and non-profit organizations for over 20 years. It started with the creation of the PROFIBUS Trade Organization in 1994 and blossomed into managing trade associations across the industrial, information technology, and communication technology sectors. The scope has been extended further to provide marketing assistance to companies large and small.
At the heart of Panoramix Services resides a passion for efficiency and growth, fueled by years of experience in the automation industry. Within Panoramix Services we continue to look at things from a different perspective for our clients day in and day out. Our talented team is comprised of marketers, industry spokespersons, administrators, IT professionals, engineers, executive directors, compliance specialists, and management experts.
What We Do
As an organization or non-profit, you most likely found us because administrative services are just one more item in a long list of tasks beyond even more important responsibilities. Whether you've come to us as a President, COO, Marketing Manager, or as someone hoping to achieve that status, you've already got too many paths from which to choose. Billing, budgets, membership, business plans, accounting, bylaws, specifications, infrastructure …how do savvy trade associations keep up with all of the supervision and growth channels and still have time to accomplish their goals? That's our responsibility. Panoramix Services knows how organizations work, and even better, we know how to make them succeed.
- Bylaws setup, non-profit status, and Articles of Incorporation
- Accounting, budgets, and dues collection
- Infrastructure (maintaining / staffing offices)
- Yearly planning and review
- Executive Director services, and Executive Board management
- Nurturing technical progress
- Technical Standards and deliverables maintenance
- Marketing plan and execution
that choose us
Managed since 2002
OPC is the interoperability standard for the secure and reliable exchange of data in the industrial automation space across vertical markets. It is platform independent and ensures the seamless flow of information among devices from multiple vendors. The OPC Foundation is responsible for the development and maintenance of this standard. To support this mission, the OPC Foundation creates and maintains the OPC specifications, ensures compliance with the specifications via certification testing, and collaborates with other industry-leading standards organizations to ensure compatibility.
PI North America
Managed since 1994
PI North America (formerly PROFIBUS Trade Organization or PTO) is a non-profit, member-supported automation organization for fieldbus and Industrial Ethernet, specifically PROFIBUS and PROFINET. It is dedicated to supporting the discrete and process industries in achieving beneficial results using these networks. PI North America also assists device manufacturers in the development and marketing of PROFIBUS and PROFINET products. It is one of 27 regional associations that make up the global PI community. To date, more than 55,000,000 PROFIBUS devices have been installed and the total number of PROFINET devices installed now exceeds 15,000,000. Members of PI North America include vendors of hardware, software and systems as well as end users and operators, scientific institutes, universities, distributors, and system integrators.
Managed since 2014
Driven by healthcare providers, the OPEN-SCS initiative directly addresses the healthcare industry’s product serialization regulation wave of the next decade. The OPEN-SCS Working Group (OPEN-SCS) is partnered with the OPC Foundation to develop an open source standard in the packaging serialization global name registry. The open standard is focused on the standardization of data exchanges for healthcare packaging serialization information between a healthcare provider’s enterprise serialization management systems and their product packaging lines.
AS-Interface Trade Organization
Managed 1996 - 2010
AS-Interface Trade Organization (ATO) was the trade association for AS-Interface (AS-I) users in North America. The organization was founded in 1991 by the inventors of AS-Interface, each being an industrial company with different strategic and economic interests. They knew that the new technology can only be successful if an independent user organization is in charge of introducing the new technology to potential users. So, ATO was born. At that time, the organization's mission was very vaguely described as "the promotion of bus-able interfaces for binary sensors and actuators." In subsequent years, the mission grew to include education and assistance for users and vendors of the tecnology. AS-Interface is an industrial networking solution (physical layer, data access method, and protocol) used in PLC, DCS and PC-based automation systems. It is designed for connecting and powering simple field I/O devices (e.g. binary ON/OFF devices such as actuators, sensors, rotary encoders, analog I/O, push buttons, and valve position sensors) in discrete manufacturing and process applications using a single 2-conductor cable.
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