Today I had the honor of speaking on behalf of Cisco at Rockwell Automation Fair’s Food & Beverage Industry Forum.
Along with me on the panel were several other Thought Leaders in the Food & Beverage Industry:
- Scott Kluegel from Malt-O-Meal
- Tom Lindley from Nalco Corportation
- Craig Torrance from PepsiCo
We had a great set of presentations ranging on topics from Safety and Productivity, Water Optimization and Implementing a Global Safety Program.
Here is a photo of our forum and me speaking with Steve DiMarco, President of Tolomatic:
I spoke about the Business Value of Industrial Intelligence for the Food and Beverage Industries. Read More »
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We’ve been having a blast all day at Rockwell Automation Fair. We’re meeting hundreds of customers, partners, and many others out on the floor.
We’ve put together some video of the first half of day 1 for your enjoyment:
If you’re at the event, be sure to stop by booth #239!
If not, make sure to follow us on our storify instance, which will aggregate all of our content creation into one spot. So follow this link to see all of our activity as it unfolds:
Stay tuned for more pictures, videos and blogs!!
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What keeps a manufacturing CxO up at night? Many things, for sure, but what in particular would allow these weary executives to get their well-earned rest?
Cisco’s Chet Namboodri, Director of Manufacturing Industry Solutions and Marketing, has asked many customers and industry executives this insomnia question. Here are their top 5: Read More »
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