HMI/SCADA & INDUSTRIAL INTELLIGENCE TRAINING
GrayMatter offers HMI/SCADA iFIX, GE Digital and Emerson Electric courses at various locations throughout the U.S, and Canada. For those with slim travel budgets, we also offer live online, Distance Learning (DL) classes that are identical in content to traditional classroom training. GrayMatter is a certified GE training & support provider.
PAST EVENTS & WEBINARS
Using Proficy Operations Hub for Centralized Visualization and Contextual Data Analysis: Free Webinar
Date: Wednesday, Dec. 18
GE Digital & GrayMatter
Learn how the new Proficy Operations Hub from GE Digital combines technology, user experience, and data to help you realize continuous improvement in today’s digital plant and its connected workforce.
Date: Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019
Time: 9 AM EST
Location: Bonita Springs, FL
Bonita Springs Utilities hosts a facility tour and seminar about its digital transformation strategy 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 5. Sponsored by GrayMatter and GE Digital.
How Cincinnati Built the Smartest Sewers in the World
Date: Tuesday, Nov. 19
Time: 11 AM MT (1 PM EST)
Cincinnati’s award-winning smart sewer system serves a population of 850,000 and treats an estimated 160 million gallons of wastewater a day. Join this free, AWWA webinar hosted by GrayMatter & GE Digital.
Transform 2019: The 3-Day Industrial Intelligence Conference
July 30 – Aug. 1 | PIB, Ohio
Transform 2019 is GrayMatter’s annual Industrial Intelligence conference in Put-in-Bay, Ohio. The event is designed for OT professionals passionate who are passionate about industrial data and transforming into digital, industrial operations.
Webinar: Staying Competitive in Pulp & Paper with Predictive Analytics
FREE WEBINAR | Sept. 18 | 2 PM EST
You probably already have the data. But what about the analytical tools to leverage real cost optimizations and predict potential downtime events?
Webinar: Are You Running a Smart Building or Just a Connected Building?
FREE WEBINAR | Sept. 19 | 2 PM EST
There’s a big difference between a connected building and a smart building. Sure, you have access to a data stream about kilowatts consumed per hour, temperature and humidity fluctuations, HD surveillance video and maybe even the status of elevators, doors, and emergency systems. But what actions can you take with all that data to make a truly smart building?