Automation Fair begins tomorrow!
Well, this is it folks. The big day has finally arrived and Automation Fair begins tomorrow. Our intrepid team has descended on Chicago at McCormick Place West and is gearing up to show all that Cisco has to offer at booth #239!
We hope you’ve enjoyed all of the social media activity over the last two weeks.
We’ve seen our social media strategy for Automation Fair. We’ve seen Peter Granger describe both Cisco’s presence and booth. We’ve seen Mark Wylie discuss machine builders. We’ve seen Paul Didier discuss convergence. And, of course, we’ve seen Kevin Davenport tell you why you must attend Automation Fair…or die.
To make things convenient for you to follow our social media activities, we’ve created a 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:
See you tomorrow at booth #239!
Tags: andrew lach, Automation Fair, Cisco, convergence, Industrial Intelligence, Kevin Davenport, machine builders, Manufacturing, Mark Wylie, Paul Didier, Peter Granger, Rockwell, social media, storify
“Chicago, Chicago, I’ll show you around, You’ll Stay Around”, sings Frank Sinatra in the Fred Fisher song ‘Chicago’ published in 1922.
Well, come to the McCormick Center in Chicago, Illinois this week (16th and 17th November 2011) and let Cisco show you around Booth #239 where we’ll show you some cool demonstrations, and talk to you about your business and technical issues and how Cisco can help.
Remember that Automation Fair is one of the largest industrial Automation Events in the world. As I mentioned in my Cisco at Rockwell Automation Fair, Chicago Illinois, 16th-17th November 2011 blog we’ll be active this week both at our own booth and also at a four way A four-way Cisco, Rockwell, Panduit and Fluke booth showing the power of a broader partnership bringing all aspects of network convergence together. Read More »
Tags: Automation Fair, booth, chicago, Cisco, Converged Plantwide Ethernet, Fluke, food and beverage, industrial ethernet, machine builders, Manufacturing, McCormick Center, McCormick., OEM, Panduit, Rockwell, Rockwell Automation Fair, rockwell networking, social media
Have you ever wished that your coffee were automated?
Do you like Chicago in November? Do you want to talk to industry experts? Do you want to know how voice, video and data converge on the plant floor?
All answers point to ‘Yes’!
Rockwell Automation Fair is fast approaching. It will be held at the McCormick Convention Center, Chicago, from November 15th-17th. Over 13,000 attendees are expected to attend this annual showcase of manufacturing solutions. The event is free for attendees, and Cisco will have a major presence there.
Watch Kevin Davenport, Cisco Manufacturing Guru, channel his inner old-spice man as he convinces you that attending Automation Fair is an absolute must. Also, be sure to check out all of Cisco’s social media activity planned for the event.
After all, Ike knows convergence, and you should hang with Ike.
Tags: Cisco, data convergence, Ike, Industrial Intelligence, Manufacturing, Rockwell Automation Fair, social media, video, Voice
An unsung hero
When Steve Jobs passed away on October 5th, the world focused on remembering his creativity, genius and the influence he had on our world. While this attention was well deserved, another — perhaps more influential – technology luminary passed away on October 12th. But, outside computer science circles, most people have never heard of him.
You had to do a bit of digging, but you could find some great eulogies in the news: Read More »
Tags: andrew lach, C programming language, Cisco, Dennis Ritchie, Manufacturing, Per, Steve Jobs, Unix
The month of October was a tough month for me. I found myself being moved by the passing of two innovators, Steve Jobs and Al Davis, owner of my beloved football team the Oakland Raiders. Although I’ve never meet Steve Jobs or Al Davis, I found myself reflecting on why these two individuals had such a profound impact on my life and the world. I began to reflect on the parallels of both men’s journey, and came to the conclusion that what made these individuals so unique was FEAR. Not fear itself, but how they both moved FEAR FORWARD in their journey toward being successful Innovators and agents of change. Read More »
Tags: Al Davis, Borderless Networks, Cisco, cloud, Industrial Intelligence, innovation, internet of things, Just in Time, Manufacturing, Steve Jobs