The Automation Village: Breakout Sessions – May 21, 2020

Hosted by VTScada

These follow-up sessions to the May 14th live-streamed virtual tradeshow, allow presenters to dive much deeper into individual topics and provide direct answers to your questions.

Utilities Stream:

Hour 1:

Modernizing the Healthcare Generator Annunciator Panel Using VTScada
Allan Evora, President
Affinity Energy
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Hour 2:

A Deeper Dive into MDOT
Ben Manlongat, VP, CTO
Kennedy Industries / KISM LLC
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Hour 3:

High-Performance HMI: Transitioning From Data to Information
Nick Claudio, Senior Engineer
EMA Inc.
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Cybersecurity & General Automation Stream:

Hour 1:

EHYS-Series Electro-hydraulic Actuator and Control System
Brian Crook, Director of Sales & Operations
Paladon Americas
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Hour 2:

Security Orchestration Automation
Nic Croucher, Senior Security Engineer
GuidePoint Security
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Hour 3:

Securing Critical Infrastructure
Dennis Gammel, R&D Director
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
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Reporting & Analytics Stream:

Hour 1:

Reducing PC Usage in SCADA Networks and New Predictive Maintenance Technologies
Shane Gushue, Territory Account Manager
Pierre Archambault, Specialiste Mecatronique
Omron
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Hour 2:

Make your Enterprise Data….Smarter
Tim Kruse, Vice President
Eramosa
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Hour 3:

Excel Workbooks to Responsive Web Reports
Peter Kaprielian, Founder and CTO
SyTech Inc.
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*Please note that PDH requirements vary from state to state and the state boards have final approval authority on determination of credits. Members should check with their state boards to confirm what is applicable for renewal credit; however, some typical events that earn PDHs are:

  • Successful completion of continuing education courses
  • Successful completion of correspondence, televised, videotaped, and other short courses taken for the purpose of maintaining, improving or expanding the skills and knowledge relevant to the PE’s practice
  • Presenting or attending seminars, in-house courses, workshops, whether professional or technical
  • Presentations made at meetings, conventions, or conferences which are relevant to the PE’s practice
  • Teaching or instructing in an area relevant to the PE’s practice
  • Authoring published papers, articles, or books in any area relevant to the PE’s practice
  • Active participation in professional or technical societies (some states allow 2 PDHs for this, but will vary with states)

We will email Certificates of Attendance to attendees who register via Eventbrite and complete the follow-up survey after the event.