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This content was submitted directly to this Web site by the supplier.Webinar | March 29, 2012
The Visible Factory: See It All, In Real Time
Attend this special one hour webinar to learn how an automation engineer can easily configure machine communication to the Enterprise.
View Now! Attend this special one hour webinar to learn how an automation engineer can easily configure machine communication to the Enterprise. Today's manufacturers face unprecedented challenges in the form of rigid specifications, tight timelines and even tighter budgets. In addition, they operate in diverse production environments with several “best-in-class” machines bought from numerous vendors. Flexible work-flows further demand the ability to make rapid, precise line changes. In such a challenging environment, factory visibility and control are key to delivering world-class manufacturing. To address these challenges, production and process control engineers need vendor neutral solutions that can cost effectively and seamlessly extract data from production environments and deliver it, in a usable format, to the enterprise. In this webinar discover how an Automation Engineer can easily deliver machine data to Enterprise level servers. Those servers can be local to the factory or in remote locations. The engineer can do this all while working in familiar programming environments eliminating the need for cumbersome computers with special application software. These enterprise connectivity solutions enable business intelligence and efficient factory machine services by ushering in a new era of more complete, meaningful information transfer across operations, or around the globe. Gary Mintchell will be moderating a Q&A Session following the webinar. Speakers: David Kaley, Business Development Manager, Food & Beverage, Mitsubishi Electric Automation David Kaley has been in the automation industry for more than 20 years and currently works for Mitsubishi Electric Automation as a Business Development Manager focused in the Food & Beverage space. David has worked on the factory floor, in field service, development engineering, product management, commercial marketing, and now business development. David obtained his electronics degree from the US Military Intelligence School and his Business Management degree from Concordia University, Mequon WI.Dave Boulos, Enterprise Connectivity Manager, Mitsubishi Electric Automation Dave Boulos is the Enterprise Connectivity Manager for Mitsubishi Electric Automation (MEAU), and is responsible for Product/Project Management,
Marketing, and Business Development for MEAU’s e-Factory solutions, focused at reducing cost and improving productivity through greater machine visibility. Dave Boulos has over 20 years’ experience of Product Management and Product Marketing for hardware and software solutions in the fields of Telecommunications, Data Communications, and Industrial Automation. Dave holds a bachelors in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University, along with additional degrees in Business Management, Telecommunications, and Data Communications.
Moderated by Gary Mintchell, Editor in Chief, Automation World