How next-generation automation will help in 2023
As part of the 2023 “How to automate series” of webcasts, three firms selected as 2023 System Integrator of the Year explain how and what next-generation automation they expect will help their clients in the coming year. A preview of the Jan. 18 webcast, archived for 1 year, follows.
- Jan. 18 Control Engineering webcast, archived for a year, identifies leading technologies important for automation, controls and instrumentation implementations in 2023.
- Webcast, called “Automation Series: How next-generation automation will help in 2023,” will be archived for a year.
- Those listening live will have opportunity to ask representatives from award-winning system integration firms questions about important technologies in 2023.
Control system integrators will discuss how they anticipate next-generation technologies will help in 2023 in a Control Engineering Jan. 18 webcast that will be archived for a year. It’s the first in a series of “How to automate” webcasts in 2023.
Using research about technologies, interviews and other materials from automation industry leaders, this moderated discussion also will present Control Engineering research about what technologies are expected to help most. Goal is to help users and those doing control system integration to identify automation technologies that will help advance competitiveness in 2023. A poll question will seek audience input about what technologies they find most useful.
There is no cost to attend the 1-hour webcast and 1 RCEP professional development hour is available with successful completion of a quiz after the webcast. Learn more and get the registration link here: “Automation Series: How next-generation automation will help in 2023.”
Experts from the three firms named 2023 System Integrator of the Year
Presenters during the webcast, from the firms named 2023 System Integrator of the Year, are:
Tyler Graham, director business development-digital transformation, and Randy Rausch, director of technology-digital transformation, Eosys
Mike Howard, vice president of system integration at George T. Hall
Matt Lueger, executive vice president, NorthWind Technical Services.
Research on most-useful automation, automation advice, pain points
Learning objectives for the webcast are to:
Review Control Engineering research about what automation and control technology topics are most useful.
Understand system integrators’ views and advice about applying and advancing by implementing or upgrading applications using those automation and control technologies.
Prioritize what to do first based on your pain points and business needs.
Hear examples and best practices related to those technologies.
What next generation automation technologies will help in 2023
Impactful technologies for controls, automation, and instrumentation implementation in 2023 include:
Eosys: Artificial intelligence and machine learning, ontologies and graph databases and event-drive architectures.
George T. Hall: Git version control for programmable logic controller (PLC) programming, augmented reality (AR) and software conversion applications.
NorthWind Technical Services: Advanced analytics, mobile workforce and more robotics.
For more information and explanations view the webcast. Those listening live have the opportunity to ask automation implementation questions of the presenters.
Mark T. Hoske is content manager, Control Engineering, CFE Media and Technology, and moderator for this webcast, firstname.lastname@example.org.
KEYWORDS: Control Engineering webcasts, how to automate, important automation technologies for 2023
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