Over the past decade, industrial business is increasing in rapid speed. Business variables like the price of electricity, gas and raw materials and production value of various products have transitioned from high-stability over many months to near real-time variability. This transition has presented a conundrum to industrial executives. Traditional management approaches and the separation between transactional business systems and real-time automation systems are becoming obsolete for meeting the rigors of real-time business variability. This presentation by Peter G. Martin, Ph.D. will explain how to apply control theory to business variables just like process control has been applied within industrial operations. The presentation holds the key to solving this conundrum and would help you learn how to drive greater levels of profitability from industrial businesses.
Who Should Attend
Peter G. Martin PhD
Dr. Martin joined The Foxboro Company in the 1970’s and has worked in a variety of positions in training, engineering, product planning, marketing and strategic planning. He left Foxboro to become Vice President at Intech Controls and also at Automation Research Corporation before returning to Invensys in 1996. S... More info