Tips for Commissioning, Managing, and Troubleshooting Your Industrial Network
Live Webinar on Tuesday, February 23, 2016, 2:00 pm EST, 11:00 am PST
Networking Tips for Control Engineers, Panel Shops, and Integrators
Industrial Ethernet networks have become the backbone of communications on the plant floor. Getting these networks up and running and keeping them running has a direct impact on overall plant uptime and productivity. Industrial Ethernet technologies have matured over the years and now offer many tools and technologies that aid in the commissioning, maintenance and troubleshooting of these networks. Join us as we share some of the most useful tools and technologies that help get your network up and running quickly and maximize availability to keep production at its peak.
- How to spend less time configuring and commissioning your network
- Best practices for maintaining your network once it is up and running
- How to troubleshoot your network and minimize downtime
Richard Wood, Industrial Networking Infrastructure Manager
Moxa Americas Inc.
For over two decades, Richard Wood has worked in the trenches with plant engineers and original equipment manufacturers to increase manufacturing efficiency through industrial automation solutions. He has contributed to successful implementations in automotive, semiconductor, textiles, packaging and other industries. Rich’s roots in Lean manufacturing have contributed to his belief that the smart, connected factories are the foundation of data driven process improvement.
Ariana Drivdahl, Industrial Ethernet Product Marketing Manager.
Moxa Americas Inc.
Ariana has worked in the industrial space for the past 10 years and in a variety of positions including an application engineer where she successfully helped to implement many different types of automation equipment. She has contributed to many successful communication installations with Moxa including transportation, space, factory automation and many more. Ariana’s background in programming and engineering help to guide her views that technology is a critical part of our infrastructure and daily lives.
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