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On-Demand Webinar | Learn How to Improve Control System Design with an Integrated HMI-PLC

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Learn how an integrated HMI-PLC can improve the design, commissioning and operation of your automation system. Trends in embedded technology and industrial networking are converging to favor an integrated HMI-PLC over the classic, separate component architecture. For OEMs and end users alike, this can lead to increased efficiencies throughout the life-cycle of their machines.

This webinar will discuss:

  • Control system architecture evolution
  • Device-level networks trends
  • Enterprise networking, remote access and security
  • Automation programming standardization

Hosted by Eaton, this educational webcast is designed to help machine designers and end-users better understand how HMI-PLC technology yields control systems that are faster to design, commission and maintain.

A Q&A session moderated by David Greenfield will follow the live webinar.

Speaker Bio:

Richard C. Harwell is the advanced solutions manager at Eaton. He has more than 25 years of experience in the electrical industry, with expertise in a broad range of control and automation solutions.

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COMPANIES IN THIS ARTICLE: Eaton

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