Just added! Keystone XL and International Space Station presentations at TAC 2015
Join us at the Chicago Marriott O'Hare, May 19-20 and discover how automation is driving the events that are shaping our decade!
"An Inside Look at the Automation Behind Keystone XL’s Operations and Safety"
Jason Ault, Keystone Facilities Automation Systems Manager at TransCanada will explore how automation is used for local control systems, telecom and SCADA systems, as well as various safety atomation aspects addressing pressure control and over-pressure protection, leak detection, and fire and gas systems on the 1,179-mile project.
"Industrial Wireless on the International Space Station"
Attendees will also learn firsthand about the International Space Station program. This football field-sized orbiting lab, weighs in at almost one million pounds. In the U.S. segment alone, 1.5 million lines of flight software code run on 44 computers communicating via 100 data networks transferring 400,000 signals (pressure or temperature measurements, valve positions, etc.). The Boeing Company's Tom Bascino presents.
The Automation Conference will feature over 20 sessions with presentations from General Mills, the Industrial Internet Consortium, IHS Consulting (speaking on 3D Printing), MOL Danube Refinery, Corning, Scott Farms, Comau LLC and Michelin.
The Automation Conference is for professionals in discrete manufacturing, continuous and batch processing and packaging, including:
- automation and control engineers
- operations and engineering management
- manufacturing systems/IT and networking professionals
- industrial systems and machinery designers
- purchasers of equipment for OEMs and discrete manufacturers, as well as processing and packaging operations systems integrators
- software development engineers for the discrete and process production industries
- see past attending companies
The Automation Conference 2015, held in Chicago May 19-20, will explore the technologies and strategies transforming manufacturing worldwide... Read more »
It’s only been about four years now since the concept of the Internet of Things (IoT) really began to pick up steam. Read more »
Representatives from from Tri-County Technical College, Schneider Electric and Bosch Automotive, will be speaking about educating the next generation of manufacturing engineers and operators. A recent article notes that robots and automation are not just replacing low-skill work... Read more »
If you are a U.S. manufacturer, you already know this fact: skilled people are hard to find. From production line workers, to skilled trade people, technicians, and engineers, finding the right skillsets to support your production is a significant challenge... Read more »