Wonderware Ireland is hosting a special event at Fota Island Resort, Cork, where it will give manufacturers and system integrators an exclusive look at the company’s new developments.
Taking place on 29th March 2017, the Next Generation Roadshow will explore Wonderware’s latest innovations, as well as providing delegates with a greater understanding of the future of the industrial landscape and how they can ensure they are prepared for it.
The day will begin with a look into the digitisation advancements within industrial automation, before discussing the OT (operational technology) networking landscape and managing operational Big Data.
Wonderware Ireland will also introduce its Next Generation SCADA – an upcoming release developed to provide greater simplicity, flexibility and scope. The Next Generation SCADA’s improvements include an enhanced UI visual experience with ‘out-of-the-box’ content and process visualisation standards, web based access and a heightened ability to access and aggregate Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) data.
An optional afternoon session will then see systems architects take attendees through a practical workshop. This will allow them to get hands-on with the technologies that are bringing connected and future proof industrial environments into fruition, before finishing with an opportunity to discuss issues one-on-one with Wonderware’s team of technical experts.
Aidan Finnegan, Wonderware regional manager for Ireland, comments: “Following the success of the new concept Wonderware event late last year, we decided to bring the roadshow back to Fota Island Resort in Cork. The event will give manufacturing organisations and system integrators a chance to get a look at new and upcoming concepts, as well as giving them hands-on demonstrations to help future proof their business.
“The event has been planned to ensure delegates get the most out of the event, with our specialist team of technical consultants being readily on hand to ensure attendees leave more informed about the new products and services which are continuing to keep their systems more secure than ever.”
The main event will run from 8:45am until 12:55pm, before heading into the afternoon hands-on session which will run until 5:00pm. The whole day is free to attend.
Delegates must register in advance and can do so here.