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The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is transforming the manufacturing industry as we know it. CFE Media's recent IIoT Webcast with Sal Spada, research director for ARC Advisory Group, presents the current state of IIoT technology and outlines how one major benefit of IIoT is creating visibility in the plant. Watch the on-demand Webcast now and earn a Certified Professional Development Hour at no cost.

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"With the existing network of sensors and gauges on the plant floor today, getting data has not been the issue. The challenge for manufacturers is to analyze that information to allow manufacturers to make better plant floor decisions."

-Sal Spada, research director for ARC Advisory Group during the June 2 Webcast on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Modern manufacturing plants collect enormous amounts of information each day. The difficult part has been managing that information flow, and more importantly, making better use of that information flow to affect change within the plant. The promise of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is the ability to use modern data management and storage tools to deliver actionable data to workers at all levels of the plant when they need it.

Find out how that can be accomplished by viewing the on-demand Webcast here and earn a Certified Professional Development Hour at no cost.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the current state of IIoT technology and trends.
  2. Learn about the ways modern data management influences IIoT adoption.
  3. Learn about the ways data storage influences IIoT adoption.
  4. Learn how manufacturers are currently utilizing IIoT technology to affect change in their operation.

Presenter: Sal Spada, research director, ARC Advisory Group

Sal Spada is part of the Discrete Automation team at ARC. His responsibilities include studies in the Worldwide CNC, North American general motion control, and servo drive markets. He has more than 15 years direct experience in motion control system design as a software developer, project manager, and product marketing manager. In the area of Computer Numerical Control (CNC), his concentration has been in implementing high speed contouring algorithms in vertical milling applications for five axis machine geometries.

Spada has been with ARC since 1997. He holds both a B.S. and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts with a concentration in Adaptive Control Systems. He also holds an M.B.A. from Babson College.

Moderator: Bob Vavra, content manager and moderator, Plant Engineering

Click here to view the Webcast.
Read an article review about the Webcast here.


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