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Automation Fair® At Home

OEM Forum

Monday, November 16, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

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Join us at the OEM Forum

Monday, November 16, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Central

 

Ready or Not, the Remote OEM Future is Here

The year 2020 has been a catalyst for innovation and digital acceleration. Even the most advanced OEMs have had to instantly adapt to new ways of doing business. As machine and equipment builders around the world are challenged to sell, design, commission and service from afar, your “next” is closer than ever. Join us for a panel discussion featuring OEMs who have embraced the new way of doing business and spurred reinvention in response to this challenge. Hear the stories, challenges and triumphs from your peers as they navigate the now and pivot towards what's next in innovation, accessibility, worker safety, validation, training and problem resolution.

You'll learn the following:  

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Prepare for remote customer engagements

Learn how other OEMs have prepared and retooled for remote customer engagements – from live remote FATs to training, service and maintenance. 

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Boost speed to market, delivery and profitability

Gain practical insights on boosting speed to market, delivery and profitability through the use of remote simulation and emulation technology.

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Best practices for remote connectivity

Best practices and lessons learned surrounding the inherent challenge of remote connectivity and access to machine data at customer locations. 

Forum participants: 

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Panelist
CAMA USA, Inc

Billy Goodman, Managing Director

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Panelist
Hirata Corporation

Yuichi Kusuguchi, General Manager

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Panelist
Sani-Matic

Bryan Downer, Vice President of Sales and Marketing


Your OEM Resource

Automation Fair At Home will feature a number of sessions, exhibitors and showcase new products and solutions for those working in an OEM operation. 

Sessions: 

Automation Fair At Home offers a wide array of sessions - from interactive hands-on labs, product and technology sessions, to DX Strategists presentations. We narrowed down the session list to those applicable to your specific focus. 

Here are the top five sessions we think will benefit anyone in an OEM operation. 

Product and Tech Session
PT03 - Navigate Change with Modern Remote Support Options

More employees than ever before are working remotely, and new pressures face those remaining on the plant floor or in the field. Rockwell Automation has services available that will make remote monitoring and application support your first line of defense; augmented reality a valuable troubleshooting tool when on-site visits are not possible; and e-learning a way to improve workforce skills. Find out how modern support services can help your organization through these challenging times and beyond.

Product and Tech Session
PT09 - Mechatronics: Help Reduce Design Time and Commissioning Risk

Learn how you can reduce machine design time and commissioning risk by leveraging the Rockwell Automation® Mechatronics solution approach. From virtual design of your integrated robotic solution to cutting edge Independent Cart Technology to virtual commissioning, we’ll demonstrate how a mechatronics lifecycle approach can optimize your machine or line design and get to production faster than before.

Product and Tech Session
PT11 - Reduce Your Design Time for Small and Medium-sized Machines

Reduced design time means faster time to market, especially for small to medium-sized machines. The new Allen-Bradley® Kinetix® 5300 and Kinetix® 5100 servo drives from Rockwell Automation are designed to be paired with Allen-Bradley® controllers & motors, right-sized for small and medium machines. Discover examples of how this design approach can simplify machine design for OEMs and speed time to market.

Hands-on Lab
HOL06 - Virtual Commissioning Using Emulate3D Software

Emulate3D™ software simplifies your control logic testing. This lab will let you experience how Emulate3D™ software can be used to develop, test and produce robust PLC and mid-level control systems offline, before building the real system. By using a 3D model to provide realistic feedback in place of the real automated system, operator training can also become safer, cheaper and does not disrupt existing production.

PSUG
PRPT17 - Startup and Commissioning: It's Risky Business

Automation projects, by their very nature, are fraught with peril. Everyone has a war story or five about a project that went off the rails, blew the budget, blew the schedule and didn’t do what it was intended to do.  Join us as we outline the specific actions and new technology to employ to manage risks and avoid common mistakes.


Visit these exhibiting companies:

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Premium Exhibitor
Brady Corporation

Brady Corp. is an international manufacturer of complete solutions that identify and protect premises, products and people. Its products help customers increase safety, security, productivity and performance and include high-performance labels, signs, printing systems, software, and safety devices.

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Premium Exhibitor
Endress+Hauser

Endress+Hauser is a global leader in process measurement instrumentation, services and solutions.  We support our customers in optimizing their processes in terms of reliability, safety, economic efficiency and environmental impact. 

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Premium Exhibitor
EPLAN Software & Services

EPLAN's design automation CAE products leverage the powerful database architecture: EPLAN Electric P8 - electrical design; EPLAN Pro Panel - 3D enclosure layout; EPLAN Preplanning - plant and process design; EPLAN Fluid - fluid power design and EPLAN Harness ProD - wire and cable harness designs.

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Premium Exhibitor
Fluke Corporation

Fluke Corporation manufactures, distributes and services electronic test tools that keep the world up and running. Fluke tools extend the personal power and abilities of technicians, engineers, metrologists, and network professionals worldwide.

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Premium Exhibitor
nVent HOFFMAN

nVent is a global leader in safeguarding industrial controls, electrical components, and communications hardware. Its premier brand, nVent HOFFMAN, provides a comprehensive range of standard, modified and custom enclosure and cooling solutions for multiple industrial markets.


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