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Webinar | November 7, 2012
On-Demand Webinar | Learn How to Improve Control System Design with an Integrated HMI-PLC
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.
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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