Webinar: 2019 Guide to Production Machine Instrumentation
Today’s manufacturing professionals need data and analytics insights to make improvements, upgrades and changes to their machines and processes. A production monitoring platform or software can help collect and analyze the machine data, but getting the data from the process to the platform can be a challenge.

Engineering.com explored the state of the field in machine instrumentation, from accessing the data buried in a machine controller or collecting new data by adding sensors to an existing machine.

Industrial IoT is a hot topic, but it can be difficult to find comprehensive information on the tangible components and backbone of a connected factory.

Attendees at this webinar will gain an introduction to IoT instrumentation in the factory setting, including hardware, software and platform considerations.

About the Speaker:

Jim Anderton is Director of Content at engineering.com with 35 years of experience in manufacturing and business publishing. After serving in multiple roles in engineering, quality assurance and production for Tier One suppliers to the “Big Three” automakers, Jim held editorial positions in trade publications covering the metalworking, plastics, rubber and automotive industries.

Jim now leads a team of editors at www.engineering.com focusing on manufacturing issues. Jim is a motorsport enthusiast who studied materials science at the University of Toronto.


PDH Certificates will be provided to all registrants that attend the live webinar. Certificates will be sent by email within 72 hours after completion.

Complete the form on this page to watch the webinar. This webinar is sponsored by Siemens Mindsphere, the open IoT operating system.