With just a glance, today’s operators should be able to recognize which information requires their attention and what it indicates. They should know potential problems and the right actions to take.
Join us during this one-hour webinar on enabling the Smart Operator with Decision Support HMI/SCADA. You’ll learn proven tips and strategies to:
- Leverage your HMI/SCADA as the foundation for an efficient operation
- Drive the right response on the alarms that matter
- Increase consistency and conformance to standards
- Improve accountability on task completion
- Prevent mistakes, quickly identify problems, and get on-demand support
Today’s SCADA is not just monitoring and visualization, with alarms rolling in.
Your HMI/SCADA should be a decision support system, enabling teams for their best performance. With Decision Support HMI/SCADA, you can achieve critical business outcomes – achieving higher efficiency, reducing waste, and increasing productivity.
Matthew Wells, General Manager, Automation Software, GE Intelligent Platforms
Matt Wells has 20 years of experience with industrial automation and operations management software. He is responsible for leading GE’s Automation Software business and understands that uptime is critical.
Matt has worked with customers in a wide variety of industries including life sciences, food & beverage, automotive, metals, and pulp & paper.
Craig Resnick, Vice President, ARC Advisory Group is part of the automation consulting team covering the PLC and PAC platforms, HMI hardware and software, business visualization and analytics, as well as the plastics and rubber Industries.
He is the primary analyst for some of ARC’s major automation supplier, technology specialist, software, standards body, sales channel organization and financial service clients. Craig’s focus areas also include production management, OEE, multi-disciplined controller platforms, virtualization, M2M, and embedded systems. He is also a frequent speaker and presenter in the financial community on automation industry trends and forecasts.
Craig has 30 years’ experience in the areas of sales, marketing, product development, and project management in the industrial market. This experience was gained with major suppliers of PLCs, process control systems, power transmission equipment, and field devices, such as Siemens, Schneider Electric/Invensys, Roper/Dynisco, & Altra Motion/Boston Gear. Craig has an MBA & BSEE from Northeastern University.