Current industrial automation system architecture has done a good job of advancing industry to where we are today, but to fully realize the promise of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we need to fundamentally change our technology model. It is time to release the constraints we have learned to accept: Big engineering efforts, lack of modularization, and barriers that inhibit adaptability and bog down innovation.
We can create step-change operational improvements with an open, standards-based architecture and a plug-and-produce application ecosystem capable of keeping up with the speed of doing business in the digital world.
Watch the session now to learn about the next-generation of automation, universal automation, and more.
• Andre Babineau - Marketing Director, Industrial Automation Incubator, Schneider Electric • Bridget Fitzpatrick - Process Automation Authority, WOOD • Franco Cavadini - R&D Project Manager, Synesis Consortium • Monique Elliott - SVP Global Marketing Industrial Automation, Schneider Electric
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