Automation Fair® 2014 On-Site Directory November 19-20, 2014 Anaheim Convention Center Anaheim, CA USA Get the most out of Automation Fair. Download the mobile app today. Welcome to Automation Fair® 2014 THE CONNECTED ENTERPRISE Welcome to the 2014 Automation Fair® event. We’re excited to host our customers and partners from around the world and many industries. We look forward to listening to your business challenges, and sharing our unique industry expertise and insights to help you be more successful. At this year’s event, you’ll learn how to realize The Connected Enterprise through linking intelligent assets and optimizing industrial operations to make you more globally competitive and productive. See ﬁrsthand how knowledge-enabled strategies, made possible by our contemporary Integrated Control and Information portfolio of products, services and solutions, are helping end users accelerate smart, safe and sustainable business performance. You’ll also learn how machine and equipment builders are leveraging our Integrated Control and Information portfolio to diﬀerentiate themselves and uncover new customer opportunities. In addition to learning about The Connected Enterprise, the Automation Fair® event oﬀers a wealth of educational and networking opportunities: • Visit more than 150 exhibits from Rockwell Automation and our PartnerNetwork® members to see the newest and most advanced power, control and information solutions. • Participate in more than 120 forums, technical sessions and workshops about key automation and information issues and trends. • Experience and interact with our technology in hands-on labs. • Capitalize on networking opportunities with industry, application and technology leaders. I hope you ﬁnd great value in our event, and we appreciate your time spent with us this week. Best regards, Keith Nosbusch IFC | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM Event Information ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER Wednesday, November 19 – 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, November 20 – 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Table of Contents On-Site Information 2 Workshops 22-23 Social Media 3 Technical Sessions 24-32 Session Schedule The Connected Enterprise Forums Engineering & Consultants (EPC) Food & Beverage Global Machine & Equipment Builders (OEMs) Mining Oil & Gas Power & Energy Management Safety (End User) Safety (OEM) Water/Wastewater Hands-on Labs 4-5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16-17 Rockwell Automation Exhibits Energy Management Essential Components Industrial IP Advantage Industry Pavilion Information Software Integrated Architecture Intelligent Motor Control Process Solutions Safety Solutions Solutions & Services Exhibitor Directory 33 33 34 34 35 35 36 36 37 37 38-39 User Experience 40 PartnerNetwork™ 18 eTools 40 Anaheim Convention Center 19 School Partnership Programs 41 Save the Date 42 Show Floor Map and Exhibitor Listing 20-21 ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 1 On-Site Information Shuttle Bus Information Distributor Meet and Greet Tables There will be shuttles running between the Anaheim Convention Center, the Doubletree Suites and the Embassy Suites Anaheim – South every 20-30 minutes. Located on Level 1, in the Hall C foyer area. Signs will be placed in the upper right window of each bus indicating it is an Automation Fair event shuttle. • Hours of operation: Monday: 6:30-10:00 AM and 2:00-8:00 PM Tuesday: 6:30-10:00 AM and 2:00-7:00 PM Wednesday: 6:00-10:00 AM and 2:00-6:30 PM Thursday: 6:30-10:00 AM and 2:00-8:00 PM • Shuttles will pick up and drop off at the Anaheim Convention Center Transit Plaza, outside Hall D Coat and Luggage Check Located at the bottom of the escalator (Hall E foyer), er),), outside of Hall D. Hours of operation: • Wednesday: 6:30 AM to 6:30 PM • Thursday: 6:30 AM to 5:00 PM • Charge: $3 per item All checked items are subject to security inspection. You must have your ticket and/or proper identification on to claim your item(s). Merchandise Be sure to visit the Merchandise Store on the showfloor for Automation Fair Event and Rockwell Automation merchandise. Lunch Complimentary lunch will be served in Exhibit Hall C between 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM on Wednesday and Thursday. Medical/Security For any security and medical/first aid emergencies while in the Anaheim Convention Center, dial 8975 from a white house phone or (714) 765-8975 from any outside line. Plan Your Ideal Day Use the mobile app and web portal to filter sessions and exhibitors by industry to get the most from the show floor and educational sessions based on yyour industry. y Automation Fair Mobile A D Download the Rockwell Automation M Mobile App to get the most from this year’s Automation Fair! If you have any questions during the event, please contact any one of the Rockwell Automation hosts wearing a red staff shirt located throughout the convention center or stop by the information booth on the exhibit floor. 2 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM Social Media and Mobile Use the official Automation Fair Event hashtag to join the conversation. #autofair Stay Connected with Us During The Automation Fair Event Get access to the latest information, updates and conversations going on during the event by following any of the following social media channels. Like Us on Facebook Watch & Learn on YouTube Facebook.com/AutomationFair Facebook.com/ROKautomation YouTube.com/ROKAutomation Follow Us on Twitter Follow us on Twitter at @AutomationFair @ROKautomation #autofair Connect with Us on LinkedIn Add Us to Your Circle on Google+ google.com/+RockwellautomationInc Read Our Blog RockwellAutomation.com/blog Automation Fair Group: http:linkd.in/R86N4y Automation Fair Mobile A Get Connected! Visit the Get Connected booth for all your social media and mobile app questions. Automation Fair has a mobile app for you to get even more from the event. Customize your experience during and after the show! Scan the QR code or visit www.automationfair.com to download the app. Stay Up to Date with Our Publications The Journal from Rockwell Automation and Our Partners is published bi-monthly to share our company, partner and industry news to you. Subscribe for FREE at www.rockwellautomation.com/go/tjsubscribe. Automation Fair Show Daily keeps you updated during the event with daily e-newsletters. To subscribe, go to www.automationfair.com and select the “Subscribe” button. You can also view daily news during the week, go to www.controlglobal.com/automationfair/index.html. ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 3 Session Schedule WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 8 AM 8:30 AM Hands-on Labs Forums Technical Sessions Workshops See pages 16-17 for more details. See pages 7-15 for more details. See pages 24-32 for more details. See pages 22-23 for more details. 8 - 9 AM Hands-on Labs Session 1 9 AM 10:30 AM 10 - 11:30 AM Hands-on Labs Session 2 8 - 9:30 AM W01; W02; W06; W07; W08; W15 9 - 10 AM 9 - 11:30 AM 9:30 AM 10 AM T01; T13; T20; T23: T30; T37; T43; T50; T57; T61; T70; T78; T98 8 - 9:30 AM Oil & Gas Power & Energy Management Water/Wastewater T02; T14; T21; T24; T31; T38; T44; T51; T58; T65; T71; T79; T82; T95 10 - 11 AM T03; T15; T22; T25; T32; T39; T45; T52; T59; T67; T72; T80; T83; T96 10 - 11:30 AM W03; W04; W09; W11; W13; W16 11 AM - 12 PM 11 AM T04; T08; T16; T26; T33; T40; T46; T53; T60; T68; T73; T81; T84; T91 11:30 AM 12 PM 12:30 PM 1 PM 12:30 - 2 PM 12:30 - 2 PM 1 - 2 PM Hands-on Labs Session 3 T05; T10; T17; T27; T34; T41; T47; T54; T62; T69; T75; T85; T92 1:30 PM 1:30 - 3:30 PM 2 PM 2:30 PM 3 PM Food and Beverage 1:30 - 4:00 PM 2:30 - 4 PM W05; W10; W12; W14; W17 2 - 3 PM T06; T11; T18; T28; T35; T42; T48; T55; T63; T66; T76; T87; T94 Safety (OEM) 3 - 4 PM Hands-on Labs Session 4 T07; T09; T12; T19; T29; T36; T49; T56; T64; T74; T89; T97 3:30 PM 4 PM 3:30 - 5:30 PM 4:30 PM Engineering and Consultants (EPC) 5 PM Automation Fair Mobile A Automation Fair has a mobile app for you to get even more from the event. • Browse schedules, speakers and sessions • Mark your favorite sessions and exhibitors to build out your daily schedule • View hotel maps, event information and meal hours Scan the QR code or visit www.automationfair.com to download the mobile app. 4 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20 8 AM 8:30 AM Hands-on Labs Forums Technical Sessions Workshops See pages 16-17 for more details. See pages 7-15 for more details. See pages 24-32 for more details. See pages 22-23 for more details. 8 - 9 AM 8 - 9:30 AM T13; T20; T23; T30; T37; T43; T50; T57; T61; T70 T78; T98 Hands-on Labs Session 1 9 AM 9 - 11 AM 9:30 AM Machine & Equipment Builder (OEM) 10 AM 10:30 AM 10 - 11:30 AM Hands-on Labs Session 2 11 AM 9 - 11:30 AM Mining, Minerals and Cement 8 - 9:30 AM W01; W02; W06; W07; W08; W15 9 - 10 AM T14; T21; T24; T31; T38; T44; T51; T58; T65; T71; T79; T82; T95 10 - 11 AM T15; T22; T25; T32; T39; T45; T52; T59; T67; T72; T80; T83; T96 Safety (End User) 10 - 11:30 AM W03; W04; W09; W11; W13; W16 11 AM - 12 PM T16; T26; T33; T40; T46; T53; T60; T68; T73; T81; T84; T91 11:30 AM 12 PM 12:30 PM 1 PM 12:30 - 2 PM 12:30 - 2 PM Hands-on Labs Session 3 1:30 PM 1 - 2 PM T17; T27; T34; T41; T47; T54; T69; T75; T86; T93 2 - 3 PM 2 PM 2:30 PM 3 PM W05; W10; W12; W14; W17 T18; T28; T35; T42; T48; T55; T76; T88; T99 2:30 - 4 PM Hands-on Labs Session 4 3 - 4 PM T09; T36; T49; T56; T90 3:30 PM 4 PM Professional Development Hours Earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs) and a Certiﬁcate of Completion for attending hands-on labs, technical sessions, workshops and forums at the Automation Fair® event. Complete any of these classes and after Automa Automation Fair you will receive a link through email to access your transcripts. The transcript of classes can be used to pursue your PDH certiﬁcate.* *The process for receiving PDH certiﬁcation varies from state to state. States may require additional documentation to complete the PDH qualiﬁcations. PDH credits are not Continuing Education Credits (CEUs). All states have very strict requirements for awarding CEUs. Equivalency requirements for PDH to CEU credits also vary widely by state so you will need to consult with your state licensing board. Available PDH credits are as follows: • • • • Technical Sessions: Demonstration Workshops: Hands-on Labs: Forums: 1 PDH 1.5 PDHs 1.5 PDHs 2 PDHs ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 5 Connected Enterprise ACCELERATING YOUR CONNECTED ENTERPRISE JOURNEY WITH ROCKWELL AUTOMATION Information is the key to competitiveness in all industries. For decades, we’ve focused our technologies and partnerships on enabling the right information at the right time across processes, facilities, suppliers and consumers to help our customers make better, more proﬁtable decisions. We call it the connected enterprise. It’s a continuous journey accelerated recently by enabling technologies, including the Internet of Things. Improved connections between operations technology and information technology within manufacturing and industrial operations are leading to unprecedented enterprise wide collaboration and value reaped. Manufacturing is poised to change more dramatically in the next ﬁve years than in the past two decades. It’s more critical than ever to properly operationalize your journey with the tools, technologies and solutions that turn information into working data capital. Are you ready? Discover the Connected Enterprise at Automation Fair. Use the ideal day key to ﬁnd booth, hands-on labs, workshops and forums available for your speciﬁc industry needs. Ideal Days Key: AT CE EM FB LS OEM Automotive and Tire Connected Enterprise Energy Management Food and Beverage Life Sciences Machine and Equipment Builders 6 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM MM O&G PG PR SAF WWW Mining, Minerals and Cement Oil and Gas Power Generation Process Safety and Compliance Water/Wastewater Forums ENGINEERING AND CONSULTANTS (EPC) FORUM Wednesday, November 19 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM Ballroom A Attend the Engineering and Consultants (EPC) Forum to learn about the latest process and power control technologies and how to apply these to your projects. See how you can reduce design time, speed site commissioning and lower overall project risk by designing in Rockwell Automation power and process control solutions. General Session – Project Delivery Optimization You will walk away with design aids, electronic configuration tools and CSI-formatted guide specifications that will help you be more efficient. By attending this forum you will earn 2.0 PDH credits. Automation Master Planning and deployment of a unified PlantPAx® architecture can reduce costs in complex automation applications. See how leveraging early engagement and Automation Master Planning in EPC projects can drive design savings, increase constructability and reduce total lifecycle costs. Attendees are encouraged to stay for the networking and hospitality event from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM. David Musto | President, Thermo Systems • Convergence of plant-wide control systems and Intelligent Motor Controls collapse project delivery schedule • Technology partners enable process automation and lower integration and commissioning costs Automation Planning for Complex EPC Projects Commissioning Savings Delivering Improved Customer Cash Flow With project commissioning the final critical path to startup, every effort is made to reduce the startup timeline and improving abilities to meet customer target dates. See how improvements in delivery efforts collapse the time to startup, reduce unknown risk and move cash flow up on the overall project schedule. Jeff Whitlock | Chief Automation Engineer, Samuel Engineering Network Systems Infrastructure Savings Industry and application knowledge combined with a broad range of innovative network and electrical solutions achieve rapid deployment and reliable installations while reducing the total installed cost. See how the combination of design tools and pre-engineered solutions can deliver winning results for EPC firms. Nathan Pascarella | Global Solutions Manager, Panduit Selection Tools and Job Aides for EPCs Review the electronic selection/specification guides and on-line support resources to help you estimate, design, and configure project more efficiently. Hospitality and Networking California Terrace (Patio area outside of Ballroom A on third floor). 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM. EM LS MM O&G PG PR WWW ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 7 Forums FOOD & BEVERAGE FORUM Wednesday, November 19 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM Ballroom C Consumers want more choices. At the same time, regulations have gotten tighter and operations have become more complex and expensive. Join us to learn how others have managed through regulatory issues like serialization and food safety. Securing the Internet of Things (IoT) The Internet of Things (IoT) will profoundly change the way food and beverage companies manufacture and manage their supply chain. In an industry where traceability and quality are top priorities, IoT will provide new and improved visibility and manageability into the value chain. Cisco has worked with Rockwell Automation to develop architectures and designs that help capture the value through a closed-loop manufacturing process. Randal Kenworthy | Director of Business Transformation, Cisco Collaborate Across Your Operations with Cloud-Enabling Technologies! Maximizing the productivity of your assets in real time, ensuring that they’re well maintained and optimally productive, and collaboration with relevant stakeholders has been a challenge for many manufacturers, particularly where collaboration across your supply chain is constrained by the lack of secure data access. Asset Performance Management from Rockwell Automation, built on Windows Azure is a practical example of the Connected Enterprise, and how we help you reduce costs and manage the complexities of addressing these often conflicting requirements. Come hear case studies of how Rockwell Automation and Microsoft enable secure, multi-tenant access to real time production data for all of the relevant stakeholders in your organization and supply chain. Rohit Bhargava | Chief Technical Officer, Worldwide Manufacturing and Resources, Microsoft Facilitating Food Safety Modernization Act Compliance with Technology Grantek Systems will be presenting the key components of the Food Safety Modernization Act, FSMA. This will include aspects of FSMA such as: critical legislative dates, transitioning of some cGMPs to “Preventive Controls,” Process Controls, Allergen Controls, technologies to increase response time for track and trace/recalls and supplier verification. Also covered will be enterprise data management for combining data from your “four walls” with your supply chain. The ten recommendations from the Institute of Food Technologists to the FDA as a result of the product tracing pilots will be presented as well. Mike Lohmeyer | Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Grantek Systems Serialization-based Business Beneﬁts for the Food and Beverage Industry The application of serial numbers to products in the food and beverage industry can provide a number of valuable business benefits, ranging from brand security, track and trace and supply chain integrity. Serialization can also enhance the connectivity of the food and beverage enterprise. Steve Wood | President and CEO, Covectra CE EM FB LS OEM PR SAF 8 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM GLOBAL MACHINE & EQUIPMENT BUILDERS (OEMs) FORUM Thursday, November 20 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Ballroom C It’s hard to keep up, and it’s going to get harder. Global safety standards and security risks are more complex than ever, and in many cases, experienced engineers are nearing retirement with fewer qualified workers to take their place. To effectively compete, OEMs need to define value beyond the cost of their equipment and look for ways to maximize company performance. Join us to learn how others have leveraged automation solutions, services and support to lower their Total Cost to Design, Develop and Deliver® equipment and become a true value-add partner to their customers. Line Integration and Energy Monitoring Techniques Join us to learn how CT PACK s.r.l. has leveraged the latest in technology to simplify line integration and improve productivity. Also learn how their customers are reducing energy usage with new energy monitoring techniques. Bruno Alberti | Technical and Innovation Director, CT PACK s.r.l. The Internet of Things (IoT)/Secure Connections The Internet of Things (IoT) is creating new business models for machine builders. The presentation will explore how system integrators and machine builders can leverage the Converged Plant-wide Ethernet architecture developed by Cisco and Rockwell Automation to securely access vast amounts of data for purposes such as production control, quality assurance, process optimization and customer service. Kevin Davenport | Senior Marketing Manager, Cisco Cloud-Enabling Equipment: New Value for You and Your Customers! Maximizing the productivity of your assets in real time, ensuring that they’re well maintained and optimally productive has been a challenge for many equipment providers and manufacturers, particularly where collaboration between the two is constrained by secure data access to each other’s resources. Asset Performance Management from Rockwell Automation, built on Windows Azure is a practical example of the Connected Enterprise, and how we help reduce costs and manage the complexities of addressing these often conflicting requirements. Come hear case studies of how Rockwell Automation and Microsoft are working to securely expose relevant data from your production assets to all of the relevant stakeholders throughout your organization, including your support and services staff and the domain experts that can maximize your productivity. Rohit Bhargava | Chief Technical Officer, Worldwide Manufacturing and Resources, Microsoft User-Centric Design Drives Cost Savings for Secondary Packaging Line Automation efforts by design seek to increase efficiencies. The extent of such efficiencies often depends on a human element. Join us to learn how Pearson Packaging Systems utilizes a user centric design approach to help improve training, changeovers and fault recovery. Dan Aubertin | Senior Product Manager, Pearson Packaging Systems AT CE EM OEM SAF ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 9 Forums MINING, MINERALS AND CEMENT FORUM Thursday, November 20 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM Ballroom A Pursuing operational excellence and improving production efficiency, while ensuring a zero-harm environment, is at the forefront of every mining, mineral and cement company. The Mining, Minerals and Cement forum will focus on safety, the Connected Enterprise, the ISA88 structured process control solution and the Internet of Things delivered by our customers and partners. Please join us to hear how Rockwell Automation, our customers, and our PartnerNetwork™ are delivering smart, safe, sustainable and secure solutions. Safe and Secure Remote LOTO of Long Distance Conveyors Conveyors are a primary component within any mining, mineral or cement operation. If the conveyors are not moving product, you’re losing money. Depending on the length of the conveyor, it can take up to 50 minutes to safely lockout/tagout (LOTO) the electrical feed. Learn how Rockwell Automation OEM Partner Remsafe, is using Guardmaster® Safety I/O to cut LOTO time to as little as six minutes and meet SIL 3 safety integrity level. Mike Lane | Director, Remsafe The Internet of Things This presentation will highlight how Cisco works with various customers around the world to implement the Connected Enterprise within the mining sector. It will also discuss and cover the business benefits that customers have been able to realize after implementation of a Connected Enterprise. Doug Bellin | Industry Lead – Mining, Cisco Pit-to-Port Automation Learn how Rockwell Automation delivered an integrated pit-to-port solution to provide a new lease on life for Whyalla Steelworks, who was looking to increase production and extend mine life. Rockwell Automation provided the solution with Arrium Mining and Metals to help increase mine life, control and monitoring of their pit-to-port supply chain, while decreasing dust emissions. Jonathan Delaou | Principal Control System Engineer, Arrium Mining and Metals Successful Implementation of the Rockwell Automation Mining Solution Anglo Platinum needed to update their outdated control system. The existing control system was no longer supported and expensive to maintain. Looking for a cost-effective, single-vendor standard off-the-shelf solution, which could be rapidly deployed and supported locally, they turned to Rockwell Automation. Learn how the Rockwell Automation mining solution helped reduce deployment time, provided an ISA88 compliant solution and reduced project implementation costs. Hermanus Du Preez | Control Technology Specialist, Anglo Platinum CE MM SAF 10 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM OIL & GAS FORUM Fog Computing: Innovation Technology for Oil and Gas Wednesday, November 19 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM Latency-sensitive, non-fixed location, and geographically coordinated applications, present a challenge for oil and gas cloud-based solutions, particularly as emerging IoT use cases require geo-distribution, location awareness and low latency. Fog computing is a new technology area designed to address these needs, is a complimentary technology to cloud, and helps enable a new breed of applications and services. While fog technologies provide localized compute, correlation and contextual awareness, cloud provides centralization, coordination, federation and orchestration. Many applications require both fog localization, and cloud centralization, particularly for analytics, optimization services and Big Data in oil and gas. By integrating fog applications directly into the communications network infrastructure at the network edge, we can address a number of end customer use cases in new, innovative, and contextuallyappropriate ways. This session will focus on emerging customer scenarios leveraging Fog technologies. Ballroom A With escalating global demand for oil and gas production capabilities and continued focus on safety, there is continued pressure on companies to explore, produce, transport and process oil and gas more efficiently while positively impacting their bottom lines. At the oil and gas forum, presenters will provide an overview of industry trends and case histories that explore and demonstrate innovative ways to meet the industry’s dynamics and drivers. Rik Irons-Mclean | Energy Architecture Team Lead, Cisco Systems Utilization of the ControlLogix® Platform to Accommodate Challenging Local and Environmental Protection Requirements The oil and gas community faces many operational challenges. Not only does it need to maintain maximum production, but it needs to accommodate stringent requirements placed on it by local authorities as well as protect the delicate environment it operates in. QEP has utilized the Allen-Bradley ControlLogix platform from Rockwell Automation to meet these challenges. It’s the application of this technology to meet these challenges that will be discussed in this presentation. C. Kisha Herbert, PE | Staff Electrical Engineer, QEP Resources Please check the mobile app for additional speaker information. CE EM OEM O&G PR SAF ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 11 Forums POWER & ENERGY MANAGEMENT FORUM Wednesday, November 19 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM Ballroom C Visit the Power and Energy Management industry forum to hear experienced industry professionals provide real-life examples of how they are meeting industry issues and the business drivers that influence their power and energy management strategies. Learn how different organizations are approaching the unique challenges their industries present and how modern automation and control technology is making them more efficient, as well as some of the regulation issues that are impacting power and energy intensive industries. Green Power Producer Achieves Operational Excellence by Standardizing on Rockwell Automation Technology In this presentation, DTE Biomass Energy, a green energy business focused on converting landfill gas to energy, will discuss the benefits of using Rockwell Automation technology when retrofitting older and building new biomass plants. Benefits seen in retrofit projects include reduced downtime, reduced manual intervention, and increased revenue, while in new construction projects, big data is helping to optimize operations by understanding key plant metrics. Michael Srock | Senior Technical Engineer, DTE Energy Please check the mobile app for additional speaker information. AT CE LS MM O&G PR 12 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM SAFETY (END USER) FORUM Thursday, November 20 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM Ballroom B As the world’s largest safety system provider, Rockwell Automation has a clear focus on helping you improve both safety and productivity. Best-in-class manufacturers – the top 20% – have 5% to 7% higher OEE, 2% to 4% less unscheduled downtime, and less than half the injury rate of average performers. Learn how these high performers focus on three key elements of manufacturing performance to enhance business performance. The Safety Maturity Index™: the Three Key Elements of Best-in-Class Performance – Culture, Compliance and Technology Best-in-class performers that focus on safety culture, EHS and engineering practices, and contemporary technologies have 5%-7% higher OEE, 2%-4% less unscheduled downtime, and less than half the injury rate of average performers. This session will explore how these elements together can be leveraged to make substantial improvements in both safety and productivity. Mark Eitzman | Market Development Manager, Safety, Rockwell Automation The Machinery Safety Life-Cycle Develop an understanding of the six elements of the safety life-cycle, and how this disciplined approach to machinery ownership provides safer and more productive machinery. Chris Brogli | Business Development Manager, Safety, Rockwell Automation Case Study: Safety Collaboration in the Tire and Rubber Industry Hear how collaboration between environmental, health and safety, and engineering departments improved efficiency, productivity and safety at Michelin, through standardization of scalable safety solutions. Kerry White | Engineering and Safety, Michelin Tire Evolving Global Machinery Standards Market demands and the resulting technological developments continue to drive the evolution of machinery safety standards. Understand the current state of machinery safety standards and the changes expected in the next few years. Michael Miller | Business Development Manager, Safety, Rockwell Automation AT FB LS SAF ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 13 Forums SAFETY (OEM) FORUM Wednesday, November 19 1:30 PM – 4:00 PM Ballroom B The challenges you face are enormous – global safety standards and directives, product and legal liability, improving machine throughput and performance and machinery designs for a changing workforce. To your customers, a safer, more productive, less costly machine is a more valuable machine. Learn about the range of design tools and methodologies that are available to help you meet these challenges and reduce your time to design, develop, and deliver safe, productive machinery and improve the bottom line. Leveraging the Value of Safety See why customers are demanding safer machines, and how to leverage safety to create differentiation, meet growing customer demands and avoiding the OEM profit spiral. Mark Eitzman | Market Development Manager, Safety, Rockwell Automation Case Study: Enhancing Machine Value to Improve Business Performance and Proﬁtability Find out how this industry leading machine builder leverages safety to enhance the value of their machines and create an additional revenue stream with their installed base. Eric Hendrickson | Engineering And Technology Manager, Bevcorp Advancments in Safety Technology Application Understand contemporary safety technologies and design methods to create effective, compliant machinery safety solutions. Chris Brogli | Business Development Manager, Safety, Rockwell Automation Legal Considerations of Safety for Machine Builders Do you understand your obligations, requirements and product liability risks? Find out what steps you should take to reduce and manage risk to your business. Melissa Nandi | Vice President, Law, Rockwell Automation AT EM SAF 14 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM WATER/WASTEWATER FORUM Wednesday, November 19 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM Ballroom B Globally, water treatment facilities are facing unprecedented concerns. For decades, the infrastructure has been able to handle and meet the demands of society; but today, aging infrastructure, growing population and urban sprawl are stretching treatment facilities beyond capacity. Join us as we bring together key industry professionals providing information on new trends, new approaches and unique applications critical to the industry. This insight will help you become more efficient and better positioned for the long-term requirements and challenges facing the industry. We will discuss comprehensive factors to consider when planning and migrating control systems, upgrading VFDs for pumps and blowers, and the benefits of integrating information, control, power and safety solutions for your municipality. National Water Industry Trends Jim and Carollo Engineers are deeply engaged in national, regional and local efforts dealing with water scarcity, reuse, filtration and distribution. This presentation will provide an overview on the market, regulations and trends that are affecting the industry. Jim Hagstrom | Senior Vice President, Carollo Engineers, Inc. Master Planning: Capturing the Beneﬁts of Control System Consistency Today and for the Future Majid has spearheaded a strategy at Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) to help provide a stable, cost effective and scalable platform with the assurance that the automation investment is protected. This presentation will outline the forethought, planning and collaboration with partners that have provided IEUA with a controlled and stable system that is maintainable, expandable and can grow over the life of the plant. Majid Karim | Deputy Manager of Engineering, Inland Empire Utilites Agency Controlling Pressure to Reduce Energy, Water Loss and Pipe Breaks with Model Predictive Control The City of Windsor is faced with many of the challenges that all municipalities face: old infrastructure, an aging workforce, stricter compliance requirements and a shrinking tax base. With out-of-the-box thinking and teaming with trusted local partners, they have developed a unique control application that provides active control management to reduce variability of system pressure in the water distribution system. This presentation will review the adopted technology that has provided significant energy savings, reduced non-revenue water loss and the high reduction of water main pipe breaks. Garry Rossi | Director of Water Production, EnWin Utilities CE EM FB O&G PG PR ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 15 HANDS-ON LABS REGISTRATION 1 After checking in at general registration, bring your badge to the Lab Registration area. 2 At Lab Registration, you can sign up for up to two labs each day. You will need to register for labs on the day of the lab. If you registered in advance for two labs each day, you will not be able to register for additional labs. 3 Conﬁrm your lab selections and your lab ticket will print automatically on a printer near the computer you are using. Pick up your lab tickets from the printer before leaving the Lab Registration area. A ticket is required to attend any lab. Lab Standby Your seat may be forfeited if you have not taken your seat after 10 minutes from the scheduled start time. HANDS-ON LABS Hands-on labs are ninety minutes and allow you to work hands on with Rockwell Automation products. See above for information on how to register. Ideal Days Key: Hands-on Labs AT CE EM FB LS OEM Automotive and Tire Connected Enterprise Energy Management Food and Beverage Life Sciences Machine and Equipment Builders MM O&G PG PR SAF WWW Mining, Minerals and Cement Oil and Gas Power Generation Process Safety and Compliance Water/Wastewater L18 Rockwell Software Studio 5000 and Logix Advanced Lab 207D – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM So you have the basics, now let us take it to the next level with this advanced Rockwell Software Studio 5000 and Logix session. This pick-and-choose lab will allow you to explore topics of interest and quickly see how it’s capabilities add the most value to your design. AT FB MM CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE L04 Basic PLC Programming with Micro800® Controller 201D – Wednesday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM and 12:30 PM; Thursday, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM L06 FactoryTalk® View Site Edition: Building Applications 202A – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM This introductory lab will cover the basic capabilities, applications and programming of micro programmable logic controllers (PLCs). In this lab you will learn about the Micro800 controller features and how to program the Micro800 PLCs with Connected Components Workbench™ software for simple applications. This hands-on lab focuses on the basic building blocks for a FactoryTalk Site Edition application. Topics include creation of screens, tag database population, parameter passing, datalogs, trending, macros, events, introduction to FactoryTalk Alarms and Events, introduction to VBA, client conﬁguration, and an introduction to FactoryTalk ViewPoint. OEM CE FB LS MM PG PR L05 Advanced PLC Topics for Micro800 Controllers with Motion Capabilities and CIP Messaging functionality 201D – Wednesday, 2:30 PM and Thursday, 8:00 AM L11 FactoryTalk View Machine Edition and PanelView™ Plus: Introductory Lab 204B – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM In this advanced lab, learn how to interface the Micro800 controller family with PowerFlex® compact drives and Kinetix® component servo drives. Participants will use the Connected Components Accelerator Toolkit (CCAT) to complete simple machine applications. L17 Rockwell Software® Studio 5000® and Logix Basics Lab 207C – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM Are you new to Logix programming or want a quick refresher on the basics? This session will provide an overview of the core capabilities oﬀered in Rockwell Software Studio 5000 and highlight the importance of good design practices. Mastering these fundamentals will help ensure a good design and prepare you for the advanced session. FB MM 16 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM This hands-on lab focuses on basic FactoryTalk View Machine Edition concepts for new users. Topics include creating an application, working with displays, global objects, and tags, using parameters, testing and running the application, and language switching. See how features like search and replace tag and text, tag cross-referenced and more, can help you to get more work done, in less time. OEM PG NETWORKS & SECURITY PROCESS SOLUTIONS L02 Applying Advanced EtherNet/IP Features in Converged Plant-wide Ethernet System 201B – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM L07 Introduction to the PlantPAx Process System for Operations and System Engineering 202B – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM EtherNet/IP enables both seamless plant-wide information sharing and convergence of industrial and non-industrial network traﬃc, while maintaining real-time communication for control applications. This hands-on lab will cover a variety of techniques, best practices, software and products using EtherNet/IP. It will also demonstrate Network Address Translation (NAT) in Layer 2 and Layer 3 architectures, VLAN segmentation, and Connected Routing. A prior understanding of general Ethernet concepts, including switching and routing is recommended. This two part lab examines the PlantPAx system within a simulated plant environment through the eyes of an operator or system engineer. As an operator, you will learn about navigating and interfacing with the system in a utilities and batch area. As an engineer, you will learn how to execute simple conﬁguration changes and add a new control strategy using the PlantPAx library. This session is ideal for those seeking basic familiarity with the PlantPAx system. CE EM FB LS O&G PG PR WWW AT CE OEM L03 Applying Integrated Architecture® Features to Improve Industrial Control System (ICS) Security 201C – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM Gain a better understanding of security features available in the Integrated Architecture and PlantPAx solutions. Learn how you can protect your controller content and how to control access to your processes with FactoryTalk Security in both Rockwell Software Studio 5000 and FactoryTalk View SE. Finally, learn how to audit controller changes and detect unauthorized changes using FactoryTalk AssetCentre. L09 Introduction to Configuring an AADvance® Process Safety Solution 203B – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM The AADvance solution is a truly distributed, scalable architecture comprised of a hardware controller and a software environment that allows you to apply diﬀerent levels of module redundancy as required by speciﬁc parts of your application. It oﬀers a high level of ﬂexibility from small quantity I/O to large systems, non-safety to SIL 3 and fail-safe to multiple fault tolerant. O&G PR AT CE FB MM O&G PG WWW POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL L01 Speed Integration with Ethernet-enabled CENTERLINE® MCCs, Rockwell Software Studio 5000 and IntelliCENTER® Software 201A – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM Experience the ease of integrating CENTERLINE Motor Control Centers (MCCS) with their associated components – PowerFlex drives and E300 overload relays. See how, with a click of the button, the new IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant populates the Studio 5000 I/O tree, helping to simplify device conﬁguration and reduce commissioning time and errors. In addition, discover the powerful combination of IntelliCENTER Energy which will monitor the energy usage within your MCC. L16 Improve Design Flexibility Through PlantPAx Field Device Networks 207B – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM Learn how to simplify the conﬁguration of smart process instrumentation via EtherNet/IP, HART, Foundation Fieldbus and Proﬁbus-PA utilizing device integration tools and documents. Explore asset management solutions, along with the latest Fieldbus linking devices and library objects, to understand how to save integration time and improve productivity. The allotted time allows for a hands-on experience with ONE technology: EtherNet/IP, HART, Foundation Fieldbus or Proﬁbus-PA. FB OEM MM PG PR WWW SAFETY CE EM MM O&G WWW L08 Size, Select and Configure Kinetix and PowerFlex Drives Using Motion Analyzer 203A – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM L10 Effective Design Methods for Integrating Safety Using Logix Controllers 204A – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM Experience the speed and simplicity of using the new Motion Analyzer to size and select motion and drive systems. This session will premiere the new web based selection tool. Learn how you can help improve safety and productivity while reducing cost using the integrated standard and safety GuardLogix® solution. This lab uses simple built-in safety instructions and features to demonstrate how easily these goals can be achieved. AT OEM AT FB OEM SAF L14 Drive Programming with the PowerFlex 525 AC Drive 205B – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM L12 Introduction to the Guardmaster 440C-CR30 Software Configurable Safety Relay 204C – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM Learn how to quickly and easily conﬁgure PowerFlex 525 AC drives. From the built-in human interface module (HIM), to Connected Components Workbench software or the Rockwell Software Studio 5000 environment, we provide you with powerful, intuitive tools to help enhance your user experience and reduce your development time so you can deliver machines faster and more eﬃciently. Finally see how automatic device conﬁguration can help save valuable time to get your machines back on line faster. MM L15 Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP 207A – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM Learn how to conﬁgure, program, and commission a CompactLogix™ 5370 controller with integrated motion on EtherNet/IP using the new Kinetix 5500 servo drives and PowerFlex 527 variable frequency drives. AT OEM Learn how to use the newest safety logic device from Rockwell Automation – the Guardmaster 440C-CR30 software conﬁgurable safety relay. The Guardmaster 440C-CR30 is conﬁgured with a simple, intelligent function block editor in the free Connected Component Workbench software package. In this lab, you will learn how to use the conﬁguration software and how to take advantage of several of the key features. SAF L13 Reducing Machinery Safety System Development Time Using Safety Automation Builder 205A – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM In this session, you will learn how to help reduce development and deployment time of machinery safety systems using the Safety Automation Builder (SAB) conﬁguration tool. SAB facilitates the planning of safety systems, helping you lay out the machine safety hazards and access points, deﬁne the appropriate safety functions, select products to achieve the required safety performance level (PL) according to EN ISO 13849-1, create SISTEMA projects for analysis of all safety functions, and create a bill of material. AT FB OEM SAF ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 17 PartnerNetwork ™ COLLABORATING FOR BUSINESS SUCCESS When you choose Rockwell Automation, you also tap into the power of our PartnerNetwork™ program – a framework of well-managed relationships based on your needs. Our program provides you with access to a local, regional and global network of best-in-class companies, including authorized Allen-Bradley Distributors, system integrators, OEMs, strategic alliances, Encompass™ reference products and licensed developers. The keystone of our PartnerNetwork is the commitment each member company has to help streamline your supply chain, simplify project implementation and receive the best value from your automation investment. Customers who utilize the PartnerNetwork have consistently shared that they experience these three core values: simplify, collaborate, innovate. These values translate into automated solutions that are clearly diﬀerentiated from any other supplier. 20+ Year Exhibitors We are excited to highlight eight Encompass Referenced Product Partners who have loyally committed to Rockwell Automation with their annual exhibitor participation at the Automation Fair® event for 20 years or more. This is another example of how our mutual commitment to customers is based on strong relationships core to our philosophy and how through our collaborative eﬀorts we bring you innovative, comprehensive solutions that deliver real value. Advanced Micro Controls Inc. (AMCI) ESTeem Wireless Modems Hardy Process Solutions Helm Instrument Co. Inc. Visit more than 100 partners from our PartnerNetwork at Automation Fair. They will be displaying their latest products and solutions. 18 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM Mettler-Toledo, Inc. Molex Phoenix Digital Corporation ProSoft Technology Anaheim Convention Center Process Solutions User Group LEVEL 3 303D 304D 304C Automation Perspectives Media Event Forums E D B C 303C A BALLROOM 304B 303B 303A 304A CALIFORNIA TERRACE Demonstration Workshops LEVEL 2 Technical Sessions 213D 212B 210D 209B 207D 213C 212A 210C 209A 207C 206A 213B 211B 210B 208B 207B 205B 213A 211A 210A 208A 207A 205A 206B 204C 204B 204A 203B 201D 203A 201C 202B 201B 202A 201A Hands-On Labs PACIFIC TERRACE Exhibit Floor Lunch LEVEL 1 ESCAL ATOR S HALL D HALL A HALL B HALL C . Hotel Shuttle Drop-off and Pick-up Coat and Baggage Check Registration and Main Entrance Pressroom PALM COURT LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 • Registration • Hands-On Labs • Forums • Exhibit floor and lunch area • Technical Sessions • Demonstration Workshops • Hotel Shuttle Bus Drop Off and Pickup and Taxi Stand • Distributor hospitality tables • Process Solutions User Group • Automation Perspectives media event • Media pressroom (mezzanine level) • Escalator down to coat and baggage check ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 19 Show Floor PARTICIPATING EXHIBITORS• Exhibitor Booth # Partner Companies ■ Acme Electric 1244 ■ AEA srl (Loccioni Group) 428 ■ Advanced Micro Controls Inc. 338 ■ Ametek 259 ■ Apex Dynamics Inc. 611 ■ Applied Control Engineering Inc. 377 ■ Arteche PQ Inc. 264 ■ Autodesk 1138 ■ Badger Meter 680 ■ Banks Integration Group 1158 ■ Barry-Wehmiller Design Group 1014 ■ Belden 621 ■ Block USA, Inc. 1130 ■ Bonitron 539 ■ Brady Corporation 333 ■ Burkert Fluid Control Systems 674 ■ Bussman by Eaton (Formerly Cooper Bussman) 1033 ■ Cisco Systems 668 ■ Concept Systems Inc. 1058 ■ Control Station, Inc. 476 ■ Crouse-Hinds by Eaton 393 ■ Cybertrol Engineering 810 ■ Dalian Daxiang Electric 792 (Dalian Rubber & Plastic Machinery) ■ Data-Linc Group 915 ■ Datalogic Automation 761 ■ DENSO Robotics 963 ■ DS Smith Packaging 1129 ■ ECN Automation 1641 ■ Elwood Corporation – High Performance Motors Group 258 ■ EN Engineering 720 ■ Endress+Hauser 572 ■ EPLAN Software & Service 900 ■ eRPortal Software Group, LLC 375 ■ ESE, Inc. 864 ■ ESTeem Wireless Modems 810 ■ E-Technologies Group 492 ■ Euroimpianti/Comau 1000 ■ Exlar Actuation Solutions 276 ■ FANUC America Corporation 151 ■ FLIR Systems 526 ■ Fluke Corp. 145 ■ General Cable 675 ■ Grace Engineered Products, Inc. 420, 421 ■ Hammond Power Solutions, Inc. 620 ■ Hardy Process Solutions 581 ■ Harmonic Drive LLC 1008 ■ Helm Instrument Co. Inc. 711 ■ Hermary Opto Electronics, Inc. 169 ■ HMS Industrial Networks AB 538 ■ Hubbell Electrical Systems 1238 ■ INCO Engineering S.R.O. 1010 ■ Imperx, Inc. 470 ■ Industrial Electric Mfg. 714 ■ item North America, Inc. 521 ■ Itoh Denki USA, Inc. 828 ■ Kepware Technologies 362 ■ KTR 1031 ■ Laird 726 ■ Leviton Mfg. Co. 438 ■ LinMot USA, Inc. 1162 ■ LinTech 159 ■ Littelfuse Inc. 814 ■ Marathon Motors 272 ■ MathWorks 329 ■ Matrix Technologies, Inc. 260 ■ Mecco Marking and Traceability 1133 ■ Melﬁ Technologies Inc. 821 ■ Mersen 710 ■ Mesta Electronics, Inc. 759 ■ Metso Automation Inc. 568 ■ Mettler-Toledo, Inc. 358 ■ Molex 612 ■ Motorola 532 ■ MTE Corporation 950 ■ MTS Systems Corp., Sensors Division 769 ■ MYNAH Technologies LLC 469 ■ Nidec-Shimpo Corporation 321 ■ NJM Packaging 1029 ■ Nook Industries 239 ■ Numatics, Inc. 836 ■ Outbound Technologies 284 ■ Owl Computing Technologies, Inc. 468 ■ Panasonic Solutions Company 1131 ■ Panduit 768 ■ Parker Hanniﬁn Filtration & Separation Division 633 ■ Parker Pneumatic Division 627 ■ Pentair Equipment Protection (Hoﬀman®) 322 ■ Pepperl+Fuchs, Inc. 280 ■ Phoenix Digital Corporation 858 ■ Point Eight Power 908 ■ POSITAL FRABA, Inc. 427 ■ Post Glover Resistors 640 ■ Poweit Solutions 369 ■ ProSoft Technology 1034 ■ RACO Manufacturing & Engineering Co. 263 ■ RF IDeas, Inc. 860 ■ Rice Lake Weighing Systems 914 ■ River Consulting 635 ■ Ross Controls 232 ■ RoviSys Company 181 ■ Roxtec Inc. 944 ■ Samson Controls, Inc. 173 ■ Schaﬀner Group 774 ■ Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. 715 ■ Scott Springﬁeld Mfg. 1230 ■ SeQent 432 ■ SMC Corporation of America 332 ■ Softing (OLDI) 238 732 820 1250 626 268 429 765 632 371 270 474 638 234 177 686 827 862 738 1059 426 874 Rockwell Automation Exhibitors Automation Fair Merchandise Energy Management Essential Components eTools FIRST Robotics Get Connected Global Lounge Industry Pavilion Industrial IP Advantage Information Software Integrated Architecture Intelligent Motor Control Process Solutions Safety Solutions Solutions and Services User Experience 1100 370 1144 958 1458 000 1114 686 758 558 544 844 480 510 880 392 Publication Exhibitors Advantage Business Media Automation World Automation.com CFE Media IHS Engineering360 ISA.org/In Tech Maintenance Technology Penton Media Putman Media The Journal 1232 823 163 1134 1035 165 1062 1128 183 185 University Exhibitors Case Western University Georgia Institute of Technology Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) Purdue University Texas A&M University of Wisconsin-Madison University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1251 1348 1253 1249 1346 1350 1352 Additional Exhibitors ■ Encompass Partner ■ Solution Partner ■ Strategic Alliance Partner ■ OEM Program Partner 20 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM ■ Southwire ■ Spectrum Controls Inc. ■ Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures ■ STOBER Drives, Inc. ■ Stone Technologies ■ Stratus Technologies ■ Systems Interface ■ TCI, LLC ■ Teledyne DALSA ■ Thermo Systems, LLC ■ Tissue Machinery Company SpA ■ Tolomatic, Inc. ■ Ultra Electronics ■ VPG – BLH Nobel ■ Wachter Inc. ■ Weiss North American ■ WIN-911 Software ■ WITTENSTEIN, Inc. ■ Wulftec/M.J. Maillis ■ Yaskawa Motoman Robotics ■ Zeppelin Systems USA, Inc. *as of October 20, 2014 Choose Chicago Control System Integrators Association – CSIA SupplyFORCE 132 1129 1228 LUNCH ENTRANCE Internet Lounge 792 392 492 393 686 187 284 880 480 185 280 680 581 183 181 572 476 377 874 276 177 674 774 675 474 375 370 272 173 470 371 270 868 769 668 768 169 568 469 468 369 268 264 165 864 765 1162 362 263 862 1062 963 761 1458 958 558 758 358 259 1058 959 858 759 1158 1059 163 260 860 159 258 1352 1253 950 1250 151 1350 1251 544 844 1144 1348 1249 1346 1247 944 1244 145 640 738 1138 1238 836 438 538 539 338 239 238 638 1034 1134 1035 1234 635 632 732 1133 1033 432 333 532 234 332 LUNCH EXIT 232 633 1130 1230 1131 1031 1228 1129 1128 1029 828 MEN 827 726 627 626 526 429 428 329 427 426 322 321 823 WOMEN 420 820 720 621 620 520 421 821 1114 914 814 715 1014 915 1100 909 612 611 810 711 1010 714 510 710 908 1008 REGISTRATION 1000 900 MAIN ENTRANCE Internet Lounge 000 ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 21 132 WORKSHOPS In-depth demonstration workshops are ninety minute presentations by leading industry experts. All workshops are available on a first-come, first-served basis on site – no registration required. Ideal Days Key: AT CE EM FB LS OEM Automotive and Tire Connected Enterprise Energy Management Food and Beverage Life Sciences Machine and Equipment Builders CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN MM O&G PG PR SAF WWW Mining, Minerals and Cement Oil and Gas Power Generation Process Safety and Compliance Water/Wastewater W04 SLC Migration: Tips & Tools 303AB – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM This lab will cover the use of SLC migration enablers that help perform an SLC to CompactLogix migration. Topics covered include Integrated Architecture Builder, code conversion tools, and the 1747-AENTR Ethernet adaptor. AT OEM WWW AUTOMATION SOLUTIONS & SERVICES W05 Sensing Your Architecture with IO-Link 303AB – Wednesday and Thursday, 12:30 PM W01 End-to-End Pipeline Control: From Source to LACT 303AB – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM This session will outline how IO-Link enabled sensors will help enable you to capitalize on diagnostics and Automatic Device Replacement, support tool changes and take advantage of multiple proﬁle capability to maximize uptime. Over 40,000 kilometers of new pipeline infrastructure is built each year around the globe to help meet rising demands for energy. Because much of the typical pipeline operation (well pads, pipelines and LACT units) is isolated and does not have personnel dedicated to controls engineering and maintenance tasks, any system failure can be costly and time-consuming. During this workshop we will discuss how to communicate with multiple protocols to allow interfacing with vendor skids for eﬃcient control and data collection, and how to design, engineer, install and maintain your pipeline operations with enhanced safety and improved eﬃciency to help you minimize risks and maximize uptime. O&G CE W06 Rockwell Software Studio 5000 Logix Designer™ Workshop 303CD – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM Do you want more than an overview, but do not want to dive right into a lab? If so, this workshop is for you. This session combines presentation with instructor led demonstration of the new Rockwell Software Studio 5000 Logix Designer productivity features. There is no better way to quickly see and learn what this powerful new release has to oﬀer. AT OEM CONNECTED ENTERPRISE Workshops W02 Securing the Connected Enterprise Ballroom E – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM Historically plant automation and business networks have been segregated and isolated using diﬀerent communications technologies. Cisco and Rockwell Automation have partnered to provide a common network and security environment on a single uniﬁed network infrastructure. Learn how we are delivering solutions for security which include uniﬁed security policy management and layered security functionality appropriate for the industrial environment. AT CE FB MM PG PR WWW W03 Benefits of Using Managed Infrastructure and Security Services Ballroom E – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM Do technology skill gaps, an aging workforce, and lean initiatives that reduce headcount sound familiar? Learn how Rockwell Automation and its strategic partners can help simplify your infrastructure challenges, help provide secure operations using on premise and cloud technologies to eﬃciently improve the security posture of manufacturing facilities, address IT skill shortages, improve capital project eﬃciency and streamline your support strategies. AT CE FB MM O&G PR WWW 22 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM W07 Accelerate Your Small Machine Design with Connected Component Solutions Ballroom D – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM Connected Components Workbench software oﬀers controller programming, device conﬁguration and integration with HMI editor to help make programming your standalone machine more simple. In this session, you will learn how to optimize your stand-alone machine designs by taking advantage of the Connected Components Accelerator Toolkit pre-written BOMs, CAD, Logic and HMI design examples that provide the base design structure. Add functionality to Micro800 controller, such as analog or serial ports, without expanding the control panel footprint by leveraging plug-in modules. The free single package, Connected Components Workbench software, reduces initial time to set-up controls between multiple devices. OEM NETWORKS & SECURITY PROCESS SOLUTIONS W08 Design and Develop Robust EtherNet/IP Networks 304CD – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM W13 Batch Management and Control Ballroom D – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM See considerations developed by Rockwell Automation and its partners to help you design and deploy a scalable, robust, and future-ready plant-wide / site-wide EtherNet/IP network infrastructure. Topics will include segmentation techniques, data prioritization, resiliency, time synchronization, structure and hierarchy. A prior understanding of general networking concepts is recommended. You depend on your batch operations for ﬂexibility and performance that can be tailored to meet today’s demands. Whether your needs are simple, or for a multi-vessel or complex multi-product, this session on the batch management and control capabilities of the PlantPAx system will resonate with you. We’ll discuss recipe management, production scheduling, information and procedures management and much more. AT CE FB MM W09 Design Considerations for Securing EtherNet/IP Networks 304CD – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM See considerations developed by Rockwell Automation and its partners to help you design and deploy a more secure EtherNet/IP network infrastructure. Topics will include a defense-in-depth security approach and network security framework, including conﬁguring a Stratix 5900™, to help you improve the availability and conﬁdentiality of your EtherNet/IP network traﬃc. A prior understanding of general networking and security concepts is recommended. AT CE FB MM PR WWW W10 Wireless Design Considerations for Industrial Applications 304CD – Wednesday and Thursday, 12:30 PM Industrial Automation and Control System (IACS) applications increasingly use wireless LANs that require reliable data transmission with low levels of latency and jitter. Deploying a wireless network requires thoughtful planning and design, as well as periodic monitoring to meet expectations for bandwidth, throughput, reliability and security. Learn recommendation from Cisco and Rockwell Automation on how to successfully design and deploy WLANs. AT CE FB MM POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL W11 Machine Innovation with the iTRAK® System by Rockwell Automation 303CD – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM Learn how Rockwell Automation iTRAK technology is changing application solutions across the industry. This session will cover how the iTRAK system Integrated Architecture adds value for machine builders. Learn how to increase the speed and ﬂexibility of your products and reduce their design and assembly costs, while end users experience dramatically increased productivity with higher throughput, faster changeovers and lower maintenance. CE FB LS PR W14 Discover the Functionality of the PlantPAx Library of Process Objects Ballroom D – Wednesday and Thursday, 12:30 PM The PlantPAx libraries are key ingredients to providing rich functionality with known performance. In this session, the capabilities and typical application of each library object will be presented. Common library features such as modes and alarms will be explained. You’ll walk away with the knowledge to more eﬃciently develop and operate process systems and OEM skids. EM FB LS OEM O&G PG PR WWW SAFETY & COMPLIANCE W15 Machinery Safety System Development and Configuration Tools Overview 304AB – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM In this session, you will learn how to help reduce development and deployment time of machinery safety systems using the Safety LifeCycle methodology and an array of tools available from Rockwell Automation. You will use a range of tools to help you determine return on investment for safety projects, design safety functions and systems, select appropriate safety devices, and help ensure that your system meets global safety standards and directives being increasingly speciﬁed by manufacturers. AT OEM SAF W16 Introduction to Machine Risk Assessment and Functional Specification Development 304AB – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM See how the integration of PowerFlex drives into the Integrated Architecture provides the Premier Integration experience. This session will explore the advantages of combining PowerFlex drives into a Logix control system and the software tools for integration. Machine risk assessment provides the framework for safeguarding existing machinery and new machine designs. By properly identifying hazards and risk associated with machine interaction, you can help apply more eﬀective and suitable methods of safeguarding measures that conform with today’s global machine safety standards and regulations. This session will showcase the process of performing a machine risk assessment process, including its place in the safety lifecycle and use of available tools to expedite and document the process. Ideally, we recommend attending the “Machinery Safety System Development and Conﬁguration Tools Overview” workshop prior to this session. AT MM OEM WWW AT FB OEM SAF AT OEM W12 PowerFlex Premier Integration – The Better Life 303CD – Wednesday and Thursday, 12:30 PM W17 Understanding the Standards Surrounding Arc Flash Hazards and Arc Resistant Equipment 304AB – Wednesday and Thursday, 12:30 PM De-mystify the “how-to” of implementing arc resistant equipment within typical industrial or commercial facilities. This workshop oﬀers insight into several practical aspects of procuring and applying arc resistant equipment. Topics include NFPA 70E highlights, arc ﬂash basics, a review of arc resistant equipment and arc assessment services. AT MM O&G PG SAF ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 23 TECHNICAL SESSIONS Technical sessions are sixty minute presentations by leading industry and product experts. All sessions are available on a first-come, first-served basis on site – no registration required. Ideal Days Key: AT CE EM FB LS OEM Automotive and Tire Connected Enterprise Energy Management Food and Beverage Life Sciences Machine and Equipment Builders MM O&G PG PR SAF WWW Mining, Minerals and Cement Oil and Gas Power Generation Process Safety and Compliance Water/Wastewater AUTOMATION SOLUTIONS & SERVICES T01 Best Practices in Front End Engineering Design (FEED) 209A – Wednesday, 8:00 AM The trends for machine safety continue to grow as the world evolves and regulatory compliance becomes more common. Rockwell Automation safety consultants have been helping automation users like you help protect their workforce and operations for many years. New global standards change how automation systems are classiﬁed. Are you familiar with the new standards and do you know how to address them? During this session, we will discuss the process that is used to help identify and mitigate safety concerns. AT FB OEM T07 Talking to IT About Secure Remote Access 209A – Wednesday, 3:00 PM Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) is where much of the value is built into a project. These high value engineering services usually occur at the beginning, or front end, of a project. This session will focus on where FEED ﬁts in the overall project execution lifecycle and why you should engage someone like Rockwell Automation. You’ll learn how to get all the right stakeholders together – EPCs, end users, operators, ﬁnance, specialists, etc. We’ll use real world examples to discuss deliverables and how to drive overall project results. The convergence of Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) brings opportunities for optimized processes and more data for eﬀective decision making. Despite technical and organizational challenges that can arise, there are compelling business reasons and strong technology drivers to support IT-OT convergence. In this session, we will arm you with the information you need to have a discussion with your IT department around secure remote access and how you can meet security and other IT standards without sacriﬁcing production. MM O&G AT CE MM O&G T02 Get Ahead with Remote Monitoring Solutions 209A – Wednesday, 9:00 AM T08 Maintain Phase 209B – Wednesday, 11:00 AM Between 2010 and 2012, the cost per hour of downtime increased by an average of 65%. How are you preventing a costly catastrophe in your facility? Discover how you can stay a step ahead by remotely monitoring your automation assets and IT infrastructure to help keep your line running, improve productivity and optimize maintenance eﬀorts. AT CE MM O&G PG WWW Technical Sessions T06 Machine Safety: Achieving and Maintaining Regulatory Compliance 209A – Wednesday, 2:00 PM T03 Reducing Risk and Achieving Agility with Serialization 209A – Wednesday, 10:00 AM While there are no global serialization requirements, one thing is clear regardless of your geography – serialization legislation is on the rise. Serialization requires a comprehensive system to track and trace products from manufacturing through the entire supply chain. Join us to learn how best in class companies are using new serialization solutions to help reduce implementation risks using commercial oﬀ-the-shelf technology to quickly optimize their return on investment. CE T04 Flexible Manufacturing in Life Sciences 209A – Wednesday, 11:00 AM With the increase in single-use or disposable technologies, a shift is occurring in the Life Sciences industry making traditional large scale facilities less viable. This discussion explores the factory of the future featuring modular, scalable, ﬂexible manufacturing designs and skids helping companies to go to market faster and more cost eﬀectively. LS T05 Does Your Workforce Training Measure Up to Your Unique Business Needs? 209A – Wednesday, 1:00 PM Technology is changing the way your workforce develops their job knowledge and skills. Custom e-Learning content is a critical factor in how quickly new knowledge transfers from the training experience to the plant ﬂoor. Join this session to understand more about custom e-Learning and its impact on competency development, consistent training delivery and return on your investment. Learn how custom e-Learning is delivered using a variety of e-delivery options and how a real-world custom e-Learning solution helped accelerate workforce training. AT O&G PG 24 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM Some of the strongest, most productive companies in the world rely on safety as a pillar for their successful business model. Once a safety plan is in place, maintenance of that plan is as critical to success as the plan itself. But what does safety system validation entail? We will explain how you can help ensure proper safety system installation and functionality through validation, lockout/tag out (LOTO), and arc ﬂash assessments to help identify issues and simple improvements to help with risk reduction and overall LOTO time reduction. AT T09 Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures: Innovation in Non-Metallic Materials Increases Service Life and Lowers Total Lifecycle Costs for Electrical Components Used In Harsh Environments 210D – Wednesday and Thursday, 3:00 PM Avoidance of product failure is essential for every electrical project, especially those occurring in harsh environments. Speciﬁers must deﬁne essential application-speciﬁc requirements for predictable service longevity. This presentation will address proper material selection and how such eﬃciency positively impacts the overall project value and cost-eﬃciency. T10 Burner Management and Combustion Control Standards Review 209B – Wednesday, 1:00 PM For many industrials and institutions, updated standards and regulations are prompting conversion to lower emission systems, which is appealing from both an economic and eﬃciency standpoint. This session will review contemporary standards and approaches to address those requirements for industrial boilers and process heating applications. EM PG T11 Central Utilities Optimization 209B – Wednesday, 2:00 PM A special review of pumping systems and chiller plant optimization will discuss a variety of approaches to help reduce energy use as well as decrease wear and tear on equipment. EM PG T12 Game of Woes 209B – Wednesday, 3:00 PM Today there are over 10 million unﬁlled manufacturing jobs due to skill gaps. Maintenance and engineering employees are retiring at a rate faster than those entering the workforce. Companies spent $3.7 trillion US dollars on new technology in 2013 alone. These trends present a serious challenge for manufacturers, leaving those responsible for supporting and managing automation technology with fewer skilled resources, supporting larger and more sophisticated systems, with ever-increasing productivity goals. Learn how to leverage service agreements with guaranteed response times to identify your biggest risks, create a plan to manage them and improve your organization’s chances of success. T17 The Journey to a Smarter, More Productive and Connected Workforce 210A – Wednesday and Thursday, 1:00 PM Today everything from updating friends to depositing a check can be done on a mobile device. So why is your plant any diﬀerent? Part of the Connected Enterprise is staying connected – no matter where you are. In this session, we will take a look at today’s phone and tablet tools, which can help you move towards mobility. We will also take a look beyond the horizon, and discuss scenarios and tools that we have in the works for the not-too-distant future. Come see the strides we have made in mobility, and where we are headed next. AT CE O&G AT FB MM T36 AEA srl (Loccioni Group): Assembly and Testing Line for Oil Control Valves 210C – Wednesday and Thursday, 3:00 PM We will present our latest Oil Control Valve Automatic Production System where we met the project time constraint and achieved a high quality end result through the use of Rockwell Automation solutions, in particular the new Kinetix 5500 servo drive and the GuardLogix PLC. CONNECTED ENTERPRISE T18 Achieving Operational Excellence Through a Connected Enterprise 210A – Wednesday and Thursday, 2:00 PM At Rockwell Automation, we have been on a journey to globalize our manufacturing footprint. This measured objective can be accomplished through the implementation of advanced technology, compelling leadership and the deliberate permeation of a fresh organizational culture anchored by the embraced principles of speed, quality and a consistency of purpose. In this session we will examine best practices and lessons learned during the quest to implement the Connected Enterprise and achieve a multi-faceted, collaborative, demand-driven and sustainable high-mix manufacturing business environment. AT CE MM PG T13 The Future of Manufacturing in a Connected World 210A – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM Integration of control and information on the manufacturing ﬂoor will be essential for manufacturers to remain competitive. In this session, Rockwell Automation and Cisco will discuss how we are delivering products, solutions and services that use our industry-leading best practices for networking and convergence for organizational eﬃciency. Topics include: use cases and solution sets for the plant of the future – automation infrastructure, security and compliance, mobility, video and collaboration, industrial computing and cloud, remote expertise and remote services, and energy management. AT CE FB PR T14 Simplifying the Transition to Virtualization 210A – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM Many manufacturers understand the beneﬁts that a virtual infrastructure can bring to the production environment. However, many are still hesitant to make the transition. Learn the advantages of virtualization and how working with a trusted partner can help your organization realize the beneﬁts faster and make the transition easy. AT CE PR T15 Operational Excellence by Leveraging Internet of Things Technologies 210A – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM The next industrial revolution is happening right now. Companies are ﬁnding new, innovative ways to use technologies ranging from the cloud, big data and remote monitoring to improve global production, sustainable eﬀorts and overall business. Learn how these technologies can help transform manufacturing to drive better collaboration and productivity to help achieve operational excellence. AT CE MM PG T16 Turning Big Data Into Information 210A – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM You have heard about big data, but is big data for everyone? On our journey, we will compare small data, big data and the “just-enough” data, which may be somewhere in between. In this session, we will cover techniques you can use to help transform your data into actionable insights and information. We will take a look at several successful, real-world examples, and discuss techniques to get you started. Come see what big data is all about, and where your next steps may lead. T19 The Collaborative Design Journey 210A – Wednesday, 3:00 PM Design is a brief but critical period in the life of an automation system, and it is also one of the most dynamic. It takes a diverse team of specialists, from OEMs to System Integrators to engineers, working together to solve the diﬃcult problems that guide a new idea along the journey to ﬁnal product. What role do you play on the journey? In this session, you will hear how new methodologies are revolutionizing the design phase. Whether you are a new user or power user, you will see how Rockwell Automation control systems are evolving to help you and your team collaborate more eﬀectively. You will learn how new workﬂows and high-level capabilities in our control system software can help you and your team accomplish more in less time. Design is a collaborative journey that determines how a manufacturing system will run for the rest of its life. See where your journey will take you next. AT CE WWW CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN T20 Rockwell Software Studio 5000: The Automation Engineering and Design Environment 209B – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM Attend this session to learn about Rockwell Software Studio 5000, our new automation engineering and design environment. The session will cover what Rockwell Software Studio 5000 is, where it is going, and how it can help reduce your engineering time, reduce risk, and increase your productivity. AT OEM WWW T21 Increasing Software Development Efficiency Using the Integrated Architecture Application Tools 209B – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM Learn about new and existing Integrated Architecture system tools that can help speed implementation of your control system in all phases of the project. From videos to manuals to simple software applications, these tools help you understand, plan, and conﬁgure an Integrated Architecture system. AT MM AT CE MM PG ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 25 T22 MathWorks – Using Real-Time Simulation to Validate Controller Programming 209B – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM This session will demonstrate how machine and process designers can test PLC programming before connecting to actual equipment and systems, thus reducing the cost and time of testing. Simulink Real-Time helps validate control programs executing on PLCs while connected to a real-time simulation via EtherNet/IP. This approach helps ensure programming performs as intended before commissioning tests begin on the actual machine or process. AT T23 FANUC / Rockwell Automation Partnership – What Does it Mean for Manufacturing Production and Engineering? 210B – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM A few years ago, FANUC and Rockwell Automation began working together to synergistically develop an integrated manufacturing architecture based around Ethernet/IP. Since that time, the development has been fast and furious. With the leveraged integration of distributed I/O, along with safety I/O, manufacturing intelligence information, system data backup, ancillary equipment integration, plus the latest in robotic product integration, FANUC and Rockwell Automation are more able than ever before to provide a completely integrated automation manufacturing solution. AT CE T24 Powerit Solutions: Internet of Things – Take Advantage of Connectivity to Optimize Energy Usage 210B – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM As more intelligent devices are connected, integrated systems can take advantage of device information in new ways. Standards like CIP energy allow these devices to present themselves as a part of a demand management solution, providing status and ﬂexible control of a facility’s electrical loads, and enabling energy cost reduction. Technical Sessions AT T25 EPLAN Software & Service: Enjoy Engineering Again and Design for Real 210B – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM Share engineering data between departments. Synchronize between EPLAN P8 and RSLogix 5000. Now, take your schematic design to prototyping in 3D with EPLAN Pro Panel including automatic wire routing. EPLAN FieldSys interfaces plant cabling driving a full end-to-end design. T26 ProSoft Technology: Enhance Your Logix Systems for Energy, Oil and Gas Applications 210B – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM Need to implement IEC-61850 or DNP3 into your Allen-Bradley Logix architecture? Would you like to cut your installation costs for ﬂow computing applications? Learn about the technology available to implement relays and protection equipment for energy applications. And how to cut your installation costs by using an in-chassis ﬂow computer. O&G T27 Softing: Data Exchange Approaches for ControlLogix Controllers 210B – Wednesday and Thursday, 1:00 PM Transactional data exchange between ControlLogix controllers and enterprise systems can be handled using a range of methods. In this session, data exchange approaches using separate computers and in-chassis modules will be compared. Two modules from Softing will cover: tManager and the OPC UA Server AT 26 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM T28 The Latest in On-Machine™ Solutions 210B – Wednesday and Thursday, 2:00 PM This session will cover the basic philosophy behind On-Machine, the beneﬁts of On-Machine solutions and the latest products including Armor™ GuardLogix safety control system and ArmorStart® LT. AT T29 New PanelView™ 800 HMI Family 210B – Wednesday, 3:00 PM Learn in depth about the new PanelView 800 HMI for use with Micro800 and MicroLogix™ controllers. It oﬀers improved CPU performance with fast boot-up time and response time, better screen resolution with new 4", 7" and 10" models available. Conﬁguration is performed with Connected Components Workbench software and includes enhanced features of portrait mode, recipe and symbol library. T30 Position-Based Control with CIP Sync Technology 210C – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM Due to network latency, the On-Machine DIO solutions were limited to standard/analog I/O applications in the past and were rarely used for high-speed motion applications. By adopting this position-based control solution today, it allows machine builders to do precision control more eﬀectively with minimal latency and simple to use with motion arm output cam (MAOC). T31 What’s New in Visualization 210C – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM Discover new solutions that help improve productivity by expanding connectivity and enhancing design and maintenance tools. From machine-based operator interface to highly networked systems, this session will focus on what’s new with FactoryTalk View SE, FactoryTalk View ME, PanelView Plus, FactoryTalk ViewPoint, FactoryTalk VantagePoint® and Allen-Bradley industrial computers. AT INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE T32 Grantek: Renewable Energy Mega SCADA 210C – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM Power Generating Companies have continued to adopt forms of renewable energy such as wind and solar in an eﬀort to diversify their generating asset base and add incremental capacity that is carbon neutral. Eﬀectively operating and managing an expanding ﬂeet of generating assets in a secure manner and balancing production capacity with demand can be very complex. Grantek Systems Integration, a Rockwell Automation Solutions Partner assisted a major electric power holding company with an operations intelligence solution based on FactoryTalk View which provides a common information platform for monitoring, controlling, and reporting on their ﬂeet of solar and wind generating assets. PG T33 Motorola Solutions: Warehousing 2018: Three Key Technology Trends 210C – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM Join Motorola and Rockwell Automation for an information session exploring three critical technology trends that will enhance and drive your proﬁtability: automated inventory control, voice and multimodal picking, and traceability. By 2018, warehouse and distribution centers will be seen as an asset that can drive growth and proﬁts, not just a means to do business. Following the presentation, three demo stations will be setup for a hands-on look at these technologies and how to implement them into your operation. AT T34 eRPortal Software Group, LLC: Managing Distributed Assets Using GIS and FactoryTalk Integrated Maintenance Management Software 210C – Wednesday and Thursday, 1:00 PM Maintenance eﬃciencies and equipment uptime levels are optimized using eRPortal and Google GIS in a Rockwell Automation PlantPAx operation. Work orders are auto-created based on FactoryTalk tag levels. Technicians view the work location and add other inspections to his route, based on geo-proximity of nearby assets. History is added to FactoryTalk VantagePoint dashboards. WWW T35 Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories: Integrating Power System Reports Within Process Historian Repositories for Improved Visibility and Analysis 210C – Wednesday and Thursday, 2:00 PM This presentation outlines the methods used to transfer and store oscillographic event report data from protective relays into process historians. The nature and format of event reports are presented, and some of the beneﬁts of combining high-speed event data with other time series information are explored. PG T41 Introduction to FactoryTalk Historian: Overview Strategies for Collecting and Analyzing Data 210D – Wednesday and Thursday, 1:00 PM A distributed historian strategy produces strong advantages. Learn how FactoryTalk Historian delivers a scalable, modular, synchronized methodology for collecting, maintaining, and analyzing process data at each level of manufacturing operations. New features and functionality will be highlighted and compared to similar products in the marketplace. AT PR WWW T42 Performance Management: Increase OEE and Improve Profitability 210D – Wednesday and Thursday, 2:00 PM See how equipment performance management and OEE collection and analysis can improve proﬁtability in your company. Learn how to conﬁgure and analyze OEE data and create reporting that provides equipment and downtime improvements for increased performance. AT CE LS T43 Panduit: Seeing is Believing – Real-Time Physical Network Visualization 211A – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM T37 Dalian Daxiang Electric (Dalian Rubber & Plastic Machinery): The Total Solution on the Tire Machinery 210D – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM This session will cover the challenges associated with managing a physical network on the factory ﬂoor and introduce a new software platform designed to help. Never before has it been so straight forward to understand bandwidth, troubleshoot device connections, and map logical system layouts to their physical location. With the Logix platform and Ethernet based communication of Rockwell Automation, to realize the integrative manufacture from MES to the Mixer, Extruder, Calender line, so as to power saving, increasing productivity and reached information management. T44 Tyson Foods: Manufacturing Intelligence Key Ingredient in Food Safety Modernization Act Compliance 211A – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM AT CE T38 FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI: 50 Minutes to Value 210D – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM CE PR If you had 50 minutes, a computer running FactoryTalk VantagePoint, and an information engineer, what could you do? In this session, the instructor will lead you through solution creation on-the-ﬂy. What types of ad-hoc analysis can you do? What types of content are easiest to develop? Could you really do a full report-package solution with FactoryTalk VantagePoint in the allotted time? The Food Safety Modernization Act requires food producers take new preventative measures against foodborne illness hazards. Tyson Foods, a global leader in packaged meat and bakery production, has expanded scalable manufacturing intelligence solutions based on FactoryTalk software to meet new guidelines. Production facilities currently log 100 to 2,000 data points. Centralized trend reporting and analytics enabled on mobile devices and advanced alerts are helping to more tightly control production, bolster reporting and track and trace capabilities and even help increase production ﬂexibility. AT CE FB T39 Introduction to FactoryTalk VantagePoint and Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence 210D – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM NETWORKS & SECURITY You have heard about Manufacturing Intelligence, but do you have a good base understanding for what FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI, our reporting and analytics product, can really do? Come take a quick tour of FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI and learn more about what it has to oﬀer. AT CE FB MM O&G T40 Mobility and Portability with Today’s Rockwell Software 210D – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM Bring your own device to work? Need to support mobile workers? Production and operations management solutions today require various forms of access to their manufacturing intelligence systems including mobile devices and web clients. In this session, see how Rockwell Software can begin to help accomplish these goals with access to FactoryTalk View SE, FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI, and eventing on any mobile platform. AT CE T45 Stratix 5100™ Wireless Access Point and Workgroup Bridge Configuration 211A – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM Stratix 5100 Wireless Access Point / Work Group Bridge enables the extension of EtherNet/IP to wireless media. Learn the basics of conﬁguration using Stratix 5100 device manager and implementing an Integrated Architecture system with premier integration using Rockwell Software Studio 5000 and FactoryTalk View via add-on proﬁles, AOI and faceplates. AT CE T46 Integrated Architecture Tools for Securing Your Control System 211A – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM Learn how you can reduce risk and enhance protection of your industrial control system against security threats. Discussion will focus on practical recommendations for installing, commissioning and improving the security of the Integrated Architecture system including capabilities in Logix controllers and how to use FactoryTalk Security to control user access to key assets and information. AT CE MM PG WWW ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 27 T47 Cisco Systems: Trends in Enterprise Networking 211A – Wednesday and Thursday, 1:00 PM Learn from Cisco experts the trends in enterprise networking that may soon be impacting your EtherNet/IP networks. This will be a general overview of various technologies such as: transition from IPv4 to IPv6, ﬂexibility gained from Software-deﬁned Networking (SDN), TrustSec secure network access, bring your own device (BYOD), and cloud computing (public, private, fog). AT CE MM O&G T48 Stratus Technologies: Leveraging VMware for Rockwell Automation Applications 211A – Wednesday and Thursday, 2:00 PM Learn invaluable beneﬁts of using VMware to deploy and run Rockwell Automation applications, including training on a new VMware server sizing tool as well as steps for deploying new PlantPAx Virtual Templates and setting up a fault-tolerant environment for Rockwell Automation virtual machines. Participants will receive a copy of the sizing tool. AT CE PR T49 General Cable: Industrial Ethernet Cable – The Perfect Solution for an Imperfect Environment 211A – Wednesday and Thursday, 3:00 PM Industrial settings expose cables to unique environmental, climatic, and electrical conditions which Ethernet cables must be able to reliably operate in. This session will provide an overview of some of these challenging environments and how Industrial Ethernet cables are speciﬁcally designed for use in them compared to traditional premise cables. AT Technical Sessions T50 Kepware Technologies: Leveraging OPC UA to Help Meet Site Security Requirements 211B – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM This presentation describes how the Oil & Gas Industry can meet security requirements by leveraging the OPC UA standard and role-based permissions within a communications platform. It discusses the “defense-in-depth” approach to securing critical infrastructure, and focuses on improving security within the client-server communications layer of the industrial control system. CE O&G POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL T54 Short Circuit Protective Device Options 211B – Wednesday and Thursday, 1:00 PM This session is an overview comparison of short circuit protective devices such as circuit breakers and disconnect switches, including a review of applicable standards including UL508, UL98 and NFPA79. We will also discuss where and why each technology is used, as well as their diﬀerences and similarities. T55 Hammond Power Solutions Inc.: High Efficiency Transformer Applications 211B – Wednesday and Thursday, 2:00 PM Learn about various applications and design considerations using the current NEMA TP1, NEMA Premium and the future DOE 2016 values. Review the upcoming DOE eﬃciency requirements and how that will aﬀect speciﬁcations, applications and costing. Speciﬁc information for technical selection, regulations, retro-ﬁts and payback analysis will be presented. T56 Western Integrated Systems: Protecting Personnel and Optimizing Machine Performance Using ArcShield™ CENTERLINE 2100 MCC and PowerFlex 750 Series VFDs 211B – Wednesday and Thursday 3:00 PM A new mill installation required a focus on Safety, Optimization, and Communication. Learn how a Rockwell Automation Solution Partner engineered and delivered Arc Shield CENTERLINE 2100 MCCs and PowerFlex 750 Series VFDs to provide their client with personnel safety, machine optimization, and reduced start up time using EtherNet /IP communications. WWW T57 Marathon Motors: Permanent Magnet AC Motor Technology 212A – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM Permanent Magnet AC (PMAC) motors provides many beneﬁts to the user, including improved eﬃciency, power density, dynamic performance, reliability and inherent braking. Understanding the technology and its comparison with induction motors and drives, will result in a more successful installation and improved productivity. T51 Owl Computing Technologies: Applying Data Diode Technology to Provide Network Segregation Security 211B – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM O&G This session will cover the application of data diode technology to implement security architecture between plant control systems and corporate systems. A use case showing the ease of integration of a data diode solution to segment an existing industrial control network from the corporate network will be described. AT CE This session begins with an overview of cost saving aspects of Connected AC Drives for improved Setup, Operation, and Maintenance, followed by a review of several recent AC Drive applications involving shipboard PowerFlex 755-driven winches, Integrated Motion on the EtherNet/IP network of PowerFlex 755 drives for absolute positioning and electronic gearing, and cost-eﬀective conveyor control with networked PF4Ms. T52 Spectrum Controls, Inc.: Remote Access for OEM Machine Builders 211B – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM T59 Bonitron: UPD Lite | Emergency Uninterruptible Power for Drives 212A – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM Improve operational up-time and reduce the total cost of service through the use of remote monitoring and access. Achieve higher customer satisfaction, create added value, and improve revenues through the use of WebPort remote access technology. What if your process loses power mid-cycle and you need to move it to a safe position? While a full-size UPS or Ride-Thru may be too expensive UPD Lite is designed for low speed emergency backup power (Power = Speed x Torque). Join us to discuss cost-eﬀective emergency power options. CE OEM T53 ESTeem Wireless Modems: Securing Critical Wireless Networks 211B – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM Securing critical infrastructure and industrial control systems against on-going terror and cyber threats is one of our nation’s highest priorities. The communication networks supporting these systems are the ﬁrst line of defense. This presentation will outline current wireless security standards and provide best practices for securing wireless networks. AT CE O&G 28 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM T58 Systems Interface: Have a Drive with Us! 212A – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM Soluons for AC Drives T60 Integrated Safety with Kinetix and PowerFlex Drives 212A – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM Discover the advantage of Integrated Safety for motion control applications. See how networked safety over EtherNet/IP applies Safe Torque-Oﬀ to your application and meets required safety ratings. AT T61 Leverage the Integrated Architecture System with the Combination of Kinetix and PowerFlex Drives 212B – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM T67 Rethink What to Expect From Your DCS 212B – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM Learn how Kinetix and PowerFlex drives compliment each other and the advantage of each in speciﬁc applications. See how a common Rockwell Software Studio 5000 conﬁguration and programming experience not only helps save start up time, but also delivers a coordinated and synchronized machine. Across all process industries, there’s continued pressure to ﬁnd new sources of productivity and margin growth. Yet many process companies are using the same automation approach and control system technologies that they were using decades ago. This session will discuss a better approach to process control – one that helps deliver a more contemporary, information-centric and integrated control system in the production environment. AT FB LS MM PG PR T62 Next Generation of Compact AC Drives 212A – Wednesday, 1:00 PM T68 Cybertrol Engineering: Flexible and Fault-tolerant Virtualized Batching Solution 212B – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM Don’t miss this opportunity to see learn about the newest series of PowerFlex AC drives, the PowerFlex 520-Series. The PowerFlex 523, PowerFlex 525 and the new PowerFlex 527 drives provide users with a new user experience along with features not found in the marketplace today. Learn how the unique hardware design, variety of power range and motor control options, along with the programming tools that make conﬁguration easier than ever before, can help you lower your Total Cost to Design, Develop and Deliver your machine. Find out about a manufacturer that required a ﬂexible batching solution that could handle more than one hundred sources/processes/destinations. The system design used FactoryTalk Batch in a virtualized, fault-tolerant environment. It included an application that imported corporate formulas and allowed site speciﬁc recipes and production scheduling via a web interface. WWW PR T63 PowerFlex Medium Voltage Drives for Heavy Industry Applications 212A – Wednesday, 2:00 PM T69 Endress+Hauser: Harnessing the Power of Instrumentation: Reliable Field Data 212B – Wednesday and Thursday 1:00 PM Learn how PowerFlex 7000 medium voltage drives contribute to the success of heavy industries that require continuous and eﬃcient operations. New capabilities extend application reach for safety and hoist applications. To help reduce downtime, realize cost savings and increase plant safety, see how Virtual Support Engineer monitors equipment and collects valuable performance analytics. The term statistical process control (SPC) is a subject that most process owners understand. Knowing whether a process is in control and stable is paramount to produce a product that meets customer needs. We will show how reliable pH measurement can allow for the application of realistic tolerances, which can help lead to improved product quality and proﬁtability. MM O&G PG PR WWW PR T64 Drive Application Success with the PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives 212A – Wednesday, 3:00 PM T70 Molex: A Smooth Profibus Redundancy Solution for the Logix Family of Controllers 213A – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how the PowerFlex 750-Series drives can help drive your application to success. See how this portfolio of PowerFlex 753 and PowerFlex 755 drives have developed to deliver a broad power range and wide range of motor control to ﬁt applications. See how our drive capabilities help provide preventative maintenance allowing you to reduce downtime and keep operations running. If Proﬁbus DP is part of your control application, reinforcing the availability of your installation can help increase productivity through a smooth redundancy solution. Molex proposes an easy, open and eﬃcient architecture without adding any speciﬁc material based on our SST Proﬁbus remote module connected over EtherNet/IP. MM PROCESS SOLUTIONS T65 Migrating Your Legacy DCS System 212B – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM Are today’s optimization and innovation demands hampered by your old process control system? Is support for your legacy DCS diminishing? This session will explore the advantages of migrating to the modern PlantPAx system. You’ll learn about the multitude of tools – scanners, cables, code conversion, wiring harnesses, and more – available from Rockwell Automation that can help you migrate your system. LS MM O&G PG PR WWW T66 Process Safety and Critical Control: What Solution Best Meets Your Needs 212B – Wednesday, 2:00 PM T71 ESE, Inc.: Increase Production, Improve Product Consistency and Provide Faster Mock Recalls 213A – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM When a primary customer gives you these three initiatives – how do you respond? ESE, Inc. will describe how a food processing company is using a fully integrated, quality management system into their production processes. This company formerly used a primarily manual process and integrated a modern PlantPAx control system with a quality management system in an MES (Manufacturing Execution System). T72 Pepperl+Fuchs, Inc.: Explosion Protection Methods and Solutions – A Comparison Between Intrinsic Safety vs. Explosion Proof 213A – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM Intrinsic safety is a commonly used explosion protection method. This presentation will illustrate some of the advantages of intrinsic safety barriers over other explosion protection methods used in process automation. Choosing the correct safety solution to meet availability and safety requirements is a critical decision. In this session, we’ll explore our process safety oﬀerings from SIL 2 and Sil 3 to fail-safe, fault tolerant and triple modular redundancy. Learn which option is best for your requirements and how each helps improve eﬃciencies and performance. O&G PR ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 29 T73 Exploring Sustainable Condition Monitoring Technologies: Logix, EtherNet/IP and the Dynamix™ 1444 Series 213A – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM See how a Logix controller, uses an advanced equipment diagnostic add-on-instructions (AOIs) and standard Integrated Architecture tools, to detect, identify and monitor faults in industrial equipment. The session will illustrate how an automated solution, using common Logix controllers and Dynamic 1444 series monitors can be applied to forewarn users of problems before production is impacted or to enable more eﬃcient, cost eﬀective maintenance strategies. Federal regulations and new initiatives ensuring product transparency throughout the processing path have warranted new solutions for traceability. Technology, once limited to bar code serialization, can now determine product defects by matching graphics on packaging to thousands of images in a database providing critical information, greater accuracy and higher returns. O&G PG PR WWW FB T74 Fundamentals of Model Predictive Control 212B – Wednesday, 3:00 PM T79 River Consulting: Integrated Continuous Process Control and BMS Using PlantPAx and GuardLogix Platforms 213B – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM What control problems are ideal for deploying Model Predictive Control (MPC), and how does MPC deliver higher performance when deployed against these appropriate control challenges? How can you pre-quality value and calculate payback? Basic MPC solution design and value estimation methods will be presented in this session. LS MM O&G PR WWW T75 Process Skid Integration Solutions 213A – Wednesday and Thursday, 1:00 PM LS OEM PR T76 Discover the Benefits of Model-Based Utility Energy Optimization 213A – Wednesday and Thursday, 2:00 PM Generating chilled water, steam, refrigerant or electricity with local equipment provides ongoing challenges to help minimize energy consumption. The beneﬁts of real-time optimization will be demonstrated utilizing mathematical equipment models to determine minimum cost dispatch. We’ll discuss measurement, performance reporting, and optimization – a step that can help realize energy savings of up to 10-40%. EM PG PR Learn about successful application of the PlantPAx and GuardLogix platforms to control a new continuous process chemical facility with 40 PID loops and seven burners totaling 20MW. Topics include the solution architecture, design process, testing, controller and network redundancy, historian, diagnostics and failsafe I/O. O&G PR As an end user or OEM, you’re looking for more functionality, lower costs and ease of integration for skid equipment. This session will provide guidelines and strategies to help you successfully deploy modular solutions. You’ll learn about the scalable, reusable, plug-and-play equipment control options, tools and support available with the PlantPAx process automation system. Technical Sessions T78 Datalogic Automation: Consumer Goods Packaging: A Picture is (Literally) Worth A Thousand Words 213B – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM T80 MYNAH Technologies LLC: Equipping the Operators of the Future 213B – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM The new generation of operators have the challenge of operating highly automated and complex plants and are put into a position where they must learn at a faster pace. Practicing in a simulated environment is a proven method in transitioning the next generation to successful operators. T81 HMS Industrial Networks AB: Remote Monitoring, Maintenance and Programming of PLC-based Applications in the Oil & Gas Market 213B – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM Discover how you can reduce service and downtime with a remote application management solution. Monitor your application with user interfaces, data logging, reporting and alarm emails and texts. Program your PLC remotely to correct problems from around the world. O&G Automation Fair Mobile A A Automation Fair has a mobile app for you to get even more from the event. Customize your experience during and after the show! • Filter exhibitors and sessions to plan your ideal day • Browse schedules, speakers and sessions • Mark your favorite sessions and exhibitors to build out your daily schedule • View hotel maps, event information and meal hours • Join in the social media conversations and stay current on event news Scan the QR code or visit www.automationfair.com to download the mobile app. 30 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM SAFETY & COMPLIANCE T82 Pentair Equipment Protection (Hoffman®): Use of Purge and Pressurization for Enclosures in Hazardous Locations 213C – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM Purge and pressurization is a protection concept that can be utilized when placing equipment into hazardous locations. This presentation will show advantages and disadvantages, diﬀerent pressurization methods, enclosure requirements, cost of operation and guidelines for agency certiﬁcations for the use of this method of hazardous location protection. T87 Machinery Safety System Selection and Development (English) 213C – Wednesday, 2:00 PM Following a risk assessment identifying hazards to be mitigated, suitable methods of safeguarding measures to meet machinery safety standards must be designed and implemented. Safety automation technologies are usually deployed including inputs, logic device, and outputs to perform a speciﬁc safety function. This session will cover safety function design, including tools to expedite and document the process. Ideally, we recommend attending “Machinery Safety System Development and Conﬁguration Tools Overview” workshop prior to this session. AT SAF SAF T83 Polytron: Safety First – Putting Up Your Guard with Rockwell Automation Safety Technology 213C – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM Learn how Polytron applies machine safety best practices to help a major consumer packaged goods company implement its strategic risk assessment plan using Rockwell Automation safety technology to mitigate risk. Also, learn how Polytron’s focused training ensured continuity of performance for this manufacturer’s workforce safety in updated machine operation. FB SAF T84 Fluke Corporation: Working Safer Through Utilization of Wireless Test Tools 213C – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM Traditional test tools require close contact and proximity with hazardous voltages. Learn how wireless test tools allow users to work safer and safely troubleshoot in hazardous environments by reducing the risk for arc ﬂash potential and staying out of the arc ﬂash zone. SAF T85 Machinery Safety Verification and Validation Requirements, Processes and Documentation (English) 213C – Wednesday, 1:00 PM The Safety LifeCycle approach, as deﬁned in standards IEC 61508 and IEC 62061, requires veriﬁcation to prove the circuit for the safety functions of the machine are working properly and meet speciﬁed requirements, and validation to test the safety functions of the system. These functions require a plan and proper documentation. This session will cover the veriﬁcation and validation process, proper documentation, and available tools. Ideally, we recommend attending “Machinery Safety System Development and Conﬁguration Tools Overview” workshop prior to this session. AT OEM SAF T86 Maquinaria de Verificación y Validación de Requisitos de Seguridad, Procesos y Documentación (Español) 213C – Thursday, 1:00 PM El enfoque de seguridad LifeCycle, tal como se deﬁne en las normas IEC 61508 e IEC 62061, requiere la veriﬁcación de probar el circuito para las funciones de seguridad de la máquina está funcionando correctamente y cumplir con los requisitos especiﬁcados, y la validación para probar las funciones de seguridad del sistema. Estas funciones requieren un plan y la documentación adecuada. Esta sesión cubrirá el proceso de veriﬁcación y validación, la documentación adecuada, y las herramientas disponibles. Idealmente, recomendamos Taller antes de asistir a esta sesión “Herramientas de conﬁguración general sobre el desarrollo del sistema de seguridad de maquinaria y”. AT SAF T88 Selección del Sistema de Seguridad de Maquinaria y Desarrollo (Español) 213C – Thursday, 2:00 PM Tras una evaluación del riesgo que identiﬁque los riesgos a ser mitigados, métodos adecuados para salvaguardar las medidas para cumplir las normas de seguridad de las máquinas deben ser diseñados e implementados. Tecnologías de automatización de seguridad generalmente se despliegan incluyendo insumos, dispositivo lógico, y salidas para realizar una función de seguridad especíﬁca. Esta sesión cubrirá diseño de la función de seguridad, incluyendo herramientas para agilizar y documentar el proceso. Idealmente, recomendamos Taller antes de asistir a esta sesión “Herramientas de conﬁguración general sobre el desarrollo del sistema de seguridad de maquinaria y”. AT SAF T89 Introduction to Functional Safety for Machinery (English) 213C – Wednesday, 3:00 PM Emerging technologies and changing standards provide new requirements and opportunities for machine builders. Learn about these new opportunities and how to take advantage of them in this session that reviews EN ISO 13849-1, the SISTEMA calculator and other tools you can use to help build a better machine. SAF T90 Introduccion a la Seguridad Funcional en Máquinas (Español) 213C – Thursday, 3:00 PM Nuevas tecnologías y estándares cambiantes proporcionan nuevas necesidades y oportunidades para los usuarios y fabricantes de maquinaria. En esta sesion aprenderemos acerca de estas nuevas oportunidades y cómo aprovecharlas en nuestras aplicaciones. Revisaremos el estandard EN ISO 13849-1, la calculadora SISTEMA y otras herramientas que pueden utilizarse para tener y construir una mejor máquina. SAF T91 How to Select the Right Machinery Safety Logic System 213D – Wednesday and Thursday, 11:00 AM Machinery control and safety applications range from simple to complex. Learn how to select the right safety logic system to help create a safer, sustainable, more productive, and cost-eﬀective machine. Rockwell Automation experts will explore the pros and cons of diﬀerent safety logic systems – from relays to integrated safety controllers – to help you make the right choice. SAF T92 Advanced Programming Techniques for Machinery Safety Applications 213D – Wednesday, 1:00 PM In addition to the standard control applications performed by programmable controllers, complex safety applications can also be performed that would be far more diﬃcult and expensive using hard-wired devices. This session will review the considerations and techniques for programming safety devices to address safety and productivity issues in complex applications. SAF ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 31 T93 Boiler Safety Solutions 213D – Thursday, 1:00 PM Learn how the Rockwell Automation complete portfolio of control and safety solutions are applied in a typical biomass boiler used in cogeneration equipment. In this session, you will see how the controls solution met and, in some aspects, exceeded NFPA85. PG SAF T94 Case Study: Improving Safety and Performance to Deal with an Aging Workforce and Machinery Obsolescence 213D – Wednesday, 2:00 PM A number of issues facing today’s manufacturers combine to reduce productivity and put workers at higher risk. As an aging workforce gives way to inexperienced workers using older machinery, safety risks increase dramatically. Discover how one manufacturer and its system integrator used the safety lifecycle to improve throughput 30% while helping to reduce safety risks. T96 Grace Engineered Products Inc.: Reduce Risk with PESDS Making NFPA 70E Compliance Safer 213D – Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 AM Permanent electrical safety devices (PESDs) reduce risks in and help to create an electrically safe work condition and will aﬀect your electrical safety program. Safety is not zero risk, but decreases risks to an acceptable level. The NFPA 70E has changed maintenance practices, designs, and electrical/mechanical lockout/tag out procedures to reduce electrical hazards. AT SAF T97 New ANSI RIA R15.06: Robot and Robot System Safety 213D – Wednesday, 3:00 PM ANSI RIA R15.06 - 2012 is the new robot system safety standard and the “old” 1999 R15.06 will no longer be valid for use as of the end of 2014. This session will outline the new standard and how it diﬀers from the previous. AT CE SAF AT SAF T95 E-Technologies Group: Machine Safety – Not Just for Compliance 213D – Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM T98 Post Glover Resistors: High Resistance Grounding (HRG) and NEC – Considerations and Concerns 213D – Wednesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM Machinery safety is crucial to eﬀective, eﬃcient operation at any manufacturing facility – as such, it cannot be an afterthought. Integrating safety features and functions in the earliest phases of the design process helps ensure these mechanisms contribute to a solid design, rather than slow down implementation. Long-term, this approach saves costs. High resistance grounding (HRG) is a leap forward in industrial safety. Knowing how to install and eﬀectively use it in conjunction with NEC guidelines is paramount to maximizing the return on investment. This presentation will highlight and explain pertinent sections of the NEC as they relate to proper implementation of HRG. AT SAF AT SAF T99 ISO 14119 – A Small Standard with a Lot of Requirements 213D – Thursday, 2:00 PM A practical review of the new ISO 14119 interlocking switches standard and what it means for new guarding and interlocking designs. Technical Sessions AT SAF 32 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM Rockwell Automation Exhibits ENERGY MANAGEMENT ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS BOOTH 370 BOOTH 1144 You’re constantly under pressure to ﬁnd ways to reduce costs and improve productivity. We oﬀer a number of solutions to help you manage your energy resources to bring value to your business by lowering production costs and optimizing proﬁts. We oﬀer scalable solutions that help ensure that the quality of power entering your facility doesn’t trigger outages that can lead to costly production stoppages impacting productivity and proﬁtability. Get the right components, at the right price, right when you need them. Allen-Bradley components provide the highest quality at a fair price, with a broad product oﬀering and fast delivery. Rockwell Automation’s broad range of Allen-Bradley industrial components includes: • Power • Connectivity • Logic • Sensing and Switching • Operator Interface • Safety components Booth Highlights Booth Highlights In the booth, you will find technology that enables you to address your energy management and power quality challenges. We are showcasing the portfolio of Allen-Bradley PowerMonitors, as well as i-Sense® and i-Grid® to identify and mitigate power quality issues. We will demonstrate our Energy Intelligence software that supports data driven decision making to improve energy efficiency. AT CE EM LS MM O&G PG WWW • IO-Link sensor network solutions including Allen-Bradley sensors and Point I/O master – learn how they enhance your Connected Enterprise • Allen-Bradley hazardous location components, from simple logic control of pushbuttons and contactors to controllers and I/O • Connected Components – for stand-alone machines at low cost, Connected Components gives machine builders the products and design tools they need to quickly address their control requirements CE EM FB OEM O&G SAF ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 33 Rockwell Automation Exhibits INDUSTRIAL IP ADVANTAGE INDUSTRY PAVILION BOOTH 758 BOOTH 686 Visit the Industrial IP Advantage booth to learn how the Internet Protocol (IP) is the future of industrial network connectivity. Hear discussions by experts about the latest technology trends, and see demonstrations of process, machine and site operation applications that explain how the power of standard IP improves connectivity between people, devices and systems in industrial applications. The Industrial IP Advantage – a community sponsored by Cisco, Panduit and Rockwell Automation, with ODVA – will also preview their new network design eLearning course. In the power and process-intensive Heavy Industries, you must maximize your resources and every investment you make. Rockwell Automation Industry Solutions drive value throughout your enterprise, and visiting this booth will help you discover how implementing these solutions and services helps make your plant smart, safe, sustainable and secure. Stop in the Industry Pavilion and talk directly with any of our professionals to learn how our industry and technology-speciﬁc expertise can help maximize your operations investments, improve your business performance and meet your everyday needs. Booth Highlights • Wayfinder – Your starting point for discovering what’s relevant to your industry at Automation Fair Booth Highlights • Preview of the new network design eLearning course built on validated reference architectures to build competency • Demonstrations of machine and process applications showcasing IP-based networks • Interactive resource center with network and security experts on-hand to discuss the latest technologies and help answer your industrial IP questions AT CE EM FB OEM O&G PR WWW 34 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM • Control Room Simulation – Experience a life-size control room, highlighting proof point application demos. • Capabilities – Our interactive touch screens feature a supply chain map that lets you navigate the solutions available for your industry. • Solutions & Successes – These interactive touch screens feature key issues faced by today’s industry. Learn how Rockwell Automation can help you maximize your resources and every investment you make. AT CE EM LS MM PG PR WWW INFORMATION SOFTWARE INTEGRATED ARCHITECTURE BOOTH 558 BOOTH 544 See how Information Software enables a Connected Enterprise creating value with HMI, Manufacturing Intelligence and MES – for informed decisions that can help your line, plant and enterprise perform at its best. Get hands-on demonstrations showing mobile HMI and EMI applications available on any mobile device at our Information Experience Bar. Learn how to develop a more connected environment in your company utilizing a broad base of solutions from Rockwell Software. Learn how the convergence of control and information is delivering the connected industrial enterprise with smarter technology, enhanced productivity and a more secure environment. Booth Highlights • Enabling the Connected Enterprise with HMI, Manufacturing Intelligence and MES • NEW Mobile HMI and EMI demos showing mobile access to FactoryTalk including eventing on any mobile platform • NEW FactoryTalk Performance Management • NEW PharmaSuite™ v6.0 and updates to the MES suites featuring pre-configured, industry-specific workflows and libraries for Operations Management including PharmaSuite, AutoSuite™ and CPGSuite.™ AT CE EM FB LS MM O&G PG SAF WWW Experience the delivered value of our new products in contemporary installations and applications on real machines and in interactive demos. Also, take the opportunity to talk to the subject matter experts on security, automation design productivity and motion control. Booth Highlights • Watch a carton loading machine from Samwoo Automation use RAPID line integration technology to achieve faster installation and integration • Interact with new control panels demonstrating real value with innovative, virtual displays • Increase awareness of security risks and how to mitigate them • See how your productivity is improved as you explore the new features of the Studio 5000 Logix Designer environment AT CE EM FB LS OEM MM O&G PG PR SAF WWW ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 35 Rockwell Automation Exhibits INTELLIGENT MOTOR CONTROL PROCESS SOLUTIONS BOOTH 844 BOOTH 480 No other Intelligent Motor Control portfolio can deliver the level of Premier Integration that is provided by the combination of PowerFlex Drives and CENTERLINE Motor Control Centers with our Integrated Architecture. See how this seamless integration can reduce time conﬁguring and programming your machines and the access to information from the device level – all enabled by EtherNet/IP. With the added beneﬁts of safety solutions this portfolio can provide your operations with higher availability and protection for personnel and equipment. You have a myriad of diﬃcult challenges to overcome each day. Visit the Process Solutions booth to learn about the modern distributed control system – a system that oﬀers true plant-wide control and optimization. Why settle for disparate, isolated control systems in your plant when you can get greater visibility into your operations and a seamless ﬂow of information to improve operations and productivity? Ask us about the PlantPAx system. Rethink what to expect from your distributed control system. Booth Highlights • Debut of the PowerFlex 527 AC drive, designed to work exclusively with Logix controllers and provide the same configuration experience as Kinetix drives. See how the first PowerFlex drive to offer Integrated Safety can be an ideal complement to your machines. • See the benefits of Premier Integration and how easily this portfolio can be integrated into the architecture. • MCCs on EtherNet/IP? You bet! See how you can easily add a CENTERLINE MCC into your plantwide control and the benefits of integrating IntelliCENTER into Studio 5000 software. CE EM FB OEM MM O&G PG PR SAF WWW 36 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM Booth Highlights • PlantPAx system release includes new virtual image templates, library objects for easier power device integration and improved alarm capabilities • FactoryTalk Batch enhancements protect IP, lock recipe versions and manage approval of recipe release to production • Pavilion Real-time Optimization reduces energy consumption and equipment maintenance • PlantPAx Model Predictive Control provides easy embedded, high-speed MPC with the Logix platform CE EM FB LS OEM O&G PG PR SAF WWW SAFETY SOLUTIONS SOLUTIONS AND SERVICES BOOTH 510 BOOTH 880 Machinery • Process • Electrical Rockwell Automation understands that a proﬁtable, safe and sustainable operation is your goal. Across industries and processes, you can leverage our global experience in tailoring solutions and services capabilities to meet your speciﬁc goals. Rockwell Automation has a well-deserved reputation for improving productivity and quality. We’re also the world’s largest safety system provider. Best-in-class companies achieve 5%-7% higher OEE, 2%-4% less unscheduled downtime and less than half the injury rate of average performers. Find out how our expertise, experience, and the most complete oﬀering of innovative safety technologies can help you enhance productivity and improve worker safety in machinery, process, and arc ﬂash safety applications. Booth Highlights Visit the Solutions and Services booth and talk directly with any of our professionals to learn how our industry and technology-speciﬁc expertise can help maximize your productivity, minimize your risks and improve your business performance. Booth Highlights • Machinery safety solutions including integrated safety controls, sensors, drives and other technologies • Scalable solutions for Remote Monitoring • Process safety systems including SIL1, SIL 2 and SIL 3 offerings • Industrial Data Center and Network Services • Arc flash-resistant motor control centers • Safety design tools to improve compliance and reduce design time – including Safety Automation Builder and the Safety Maturity Index AT FB LS OEM O&G PG SAF • Integrated information, control, power and safety to enable the Digital Oilfield • Serialization demo • Asset Management and Repair strategies • Lifecycle Extension and Migration Services • Industrial Networking Specialist certification classes AT CE EM FB LS OEM MM PG PR SAF ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 37 PartnerNetwork ™ Ideal Days Key: AT CE EM FB LS OEM Automotive and Tire Connected Enterprise Energy Management Food and Beverage Life Sciences Machine and Equipment Builders MM O&G PG PR SAF WWW Mining, Minerals and Cement Oil and Gas Power Generation Process Safety and Compliance Water/Wastewater EN Engineering, LLC Helm Instrument Co. Inc. www.enengineering.com www.helminstrument.com FB O&G AT CE FB LS OEM PR SAF Endress+Hauser Hermary Opto Electronics, Inc. www.us.endress.com www.hermaryopto.com AT CE EM FB LS OEM MM O&G PG PR SAF WWW CE FB EPLAN Software & Service HMS Industrial Networks AB www.eplan.us www.hms-networks.com Acme Electric Brady Corporation CE EM O&G PG www.acmeelec.com www.bradycorp.com AT CE EM PG SAF eRPortal Software Group, LLC AT EM O&G PG Advanced Micro Controls Inc. Burkert Fluid Control Systems CE EM PG WWW AT EM OEM MM O&G PR PG SAF WWW www.amci.com www.burkert.com FB LS PR WWW ESE, Inc. AT FB LS OEM MM PR Imperx, Inc. AEA srl (LOCCIONI Group) FB PR CE FB OEM www.loccioni.com Bussmann by Eaton (Formerly Cooper Bussmann) AT EM FB PG www.cooperindustries.com ESTeem Wirelss Modems www.esteem.com INCO Engineering S.R.O. Ametek EM PG SAF www.ametek.com Cisco Systems AT O&G PR SAF www.cisco.com Apex Dynamics Inc. AT CE EM FB LS OEM MM O&G PR PG WWW www.apexdynamicsusa.com Concept Systems Inc. FB OEM www.conceptsystemsinc.com Applied Control Engineering, Inc. FB PR www.erportalsoftware.com www.ese1.com O&G SAF WWW Euroimpianti/Comau item North America www.skilledrobots.com www.comau.com AT FB Exlar Actuation Solutions www.exlar.com FB O&G PR SAF www.artechepq.com Crouse-Hinds by Eaton EM O&G PG WWW www.crouse-hinds.com FANUC AT EM FB O&G PR PG SAF WWW www.fanucamerica.com AT CE OEM www.autodesk.com Cybertrol Engineering AT CE EM PG www.cybertrol.com FLIR Systems FB PR www.ﬂir.com AT FB LS O&G PR WWW Banks Integration Group www.banksintegration.com LS PR Barry-Wehmiller Design Group www.bwdesigngroup.com FB PR Belden www.belden.com AT CE O&G Block USA, Inc. www.blockusa.com EM OEM PG Bonitron www.bonitron.com EM OEM PG CE EM FB O&G PR PG SAF Fluke Corporation www.dlrpm.com www.ﬂuke.com AT PR AT EM FB LS O&G PR PG SAF WWW Data-Linc Group General Cable www.data-linc.com www.generalcable.com CE MM O&G PR WWW CE EM OEM MM O&G PG Datalogic Automation Grace Engineered Products. Inc www.datalogic.com www.grace-eng.com AT CE FB EM O&G PR PG SAF DENSO Robotics Hammond Power Solutions Inc. www.densorobotics.com www.hammondpowersolutions.com FB LS OEM EM MM O&G PG WWW ECN Automation Hardy Process Solutions www.ecnautomation.com www.hardyinst.com FB MM FB MM O&G PR Elwood Corporation – High Performance Motors Group Harmonic Drive LLC www.elwood.com AT AT OEM O&G SAF 38 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM www.iemfg.com FB PR SAF CE FB O&G PR Dalian Daxiang Electric (Dalian Rubber & Plastic Machinery) www.inco-p.cz Industrial Electric Mfg. www.etech-group.com www.controlstation.com www.badgermeter.com www.imperx.com MM EM FB O&G PG PR Badger Meter www.hubbell.com E-Technologies Group www.ace-net.com Autodesk Hubbell Electrical Systems CE MM O&G PR WWW Control Station, Inc. Arteche PQ Inc. AT CE EM OEM O&G PR PG WWW www.harmonicdrive.com www.itemamerica.com LS OEM PR SAF Itoh Denki USA, Inc. www.itohdenki.com AT FB OEM Kepware Technologies www.kepware.com CE EM O&G PG KTR www.ktr.com OEM Laird www.lairdtech.com MM PG SAF Leviton Mfg. Co. www.leviton.com CE EM FB LS O&G PG SAF WWW LinMot USA, Inc. www.linmot.com FB OEM LinTech www.lintechmotion.com OEM Littelfuse Inc. www.littelfuse.com AT EM FB MM O&G PG SAF WWW Marathon Motors www.marathonelectric.com AT MM O&G PG SAF MathWorks Outbound Technologies River Consulting Systems Interface www.mathworks.com www.outboundtech.com www.riverconsulting.com www.systems-interface.com CE EM OEM PG AT FB LS EM FB O&G PG PR WWW Matrix Technologies, Inc. Owl Computing Technologies Inc. Ross Controls TCI, LLC www.matrixti.com www.owlcti.com www.rosscontrols.com www.transcoil.com FB PR CE EM O&G PG PR WWW OEM SAF EM O&G PG WWW Mecco Marking and Traceability Panasonic Solutions Company RoviSys Company Teledyne DALSA www.panasonic.com www.rovisys.com www.goipd.com AT O&G AT O&G CE FB LS PR AT CE FB Melfi Technologies Inc. Panduit www.mecco.com Roxtec Inc. Thermo Systems, LLC www.panduit.com www.roxtec.com www.thermosystems.com FB AT CE EM FB LS OEM O&G PG PR SAF WWW AT OEM PR SAF EM PG Mersen Parker Hannifin Filtration & Separation Division Samson Controls, Inc. Tolomatic, Inc. www.samson-usa.com www.tolomatic.com www.balstonﬁlters.com FB LS O&G PR AT FB LS OEM www.melﬁtechnologies.com www.mersen.com EM PG SAF Mesta Electronics Inc. www.mesta.com O&G WWW Metso Automation, Inc. www.metso.com FB LS O&G PR SAF Mettler-Toledo FB MM O&G PR SAF Schaffner Group Tissue Machinery Company SpA Parker Pneumatic Divison www.schaﬀner.com www.tissuemachinerycompany.com www.parker.com/pneumatic EM O&G PG WWW AT EM PG PR Pentair Equipment Protection (Hoffman®) www.hoﬀmanonline.com AT EM FB OEM O&G PG PR SAF WWW Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc www.selinc.com Ultra Electronics www.weedinstrument.com CE EM O&G PG PR SAF WWW CE EM MM O&G PG PR SAF WWW VPG – BLH Nobel Scott Springfield Mfg. O&G PR www.vishaypg.com/process-weighing www.mt.com Pepperl+Fuchs Inc. www.scottspringﬁeld.com FB LS PR SAF www.pepperl-fuchs.us/usa/en/43.htm EM LS MM O&G PG WWW Wachter Inc. SeQent CE FB Molex AT CE E O&G PR SAF WWW www.wachter.com www.molex.com Phoenix Digital Corporation www.seqent.com AT CE EM FB OEM O&G PG PR SAF WWW www.phoenixdigitalcorp.com AT CE FB OEM PR SAF Weiss North American SMC Corporation of America AT OEM Motorola CE EM O&G PG PR SAF WWW www.weissna.com www.motorola.com Point Eight Power www.smcusa.com AT CE FB LS OEM O&G www.pointeightpower.com AT FB OEM WIN-911 Software Softing (OLDI) CE FB O&G PR SAF WWW MTE Corporation EM FB O&G PG PR www.specterinstruments.com www.mtecorp.com POSITAL FRABA Inc. www.softing.us EM O&G PG WWW www.fraba.com AT CE LS O&G PR WITTENSTEIN, Inc. Southwire AT EM FB LS OEM O&G PG MTS Systems Corp., Sensor Division OEM MM O&G www.alphagear.com www.mts.com Post Glover Resistors www.southwire.com O&G PR www.postglover.com MM O&G Wulftec/M.J. Maillis Spectrum Controls, Inc. FB MYNAH Technologies LLC AT LS O&G SAF WWW www.wulftec.com www.mynah.com Powerit Soutions www.spectrumcontrols.com CE EM O&G PG PR www.poweritsolutions.com AT CE EM OEM O&G PG PR WWW Yaskawa Motoman Robotics Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures FB OEM Nidec-Shimpo Corporation CE EM PG www.motoman.com www.nidec-shimpo.com ProSoft Technology www.stahlin.com AT OEM MM WWW www.prosoft-technology.com FB O&G PR SAF WWW Zeppelin Systems USA, Inc. STOBER Drives Inc. FB PR NJM Packaging www.njmpackaging.com FB LS Nook Industries www.nookind.com OEM Numatics, Inc. www.numatics.com AT FB LS OEM PR AT CE EM FB OEM O&G PG PR RACO Manufacturing & Engineering Co. www.racoman.com www.stober.com FB OEM CE EM O&G PG PR WWW Stone Technologies RF IDeas, Inc. FB www.rﬁdeas.com www.zepplinusa.com www.stonetek.com AT CE FB Stratus Technologies Rice Lake Weighing Systems CE EM LS O&G PG PR SAF www.stratus.com www.rlws.com FB PR ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 39 Rockwell Automation Exhibits Integrated Architecture Builder Automation System Configurator ProposalWorks Create Proposals and Submittals USER EXPERIENCE eTOOLS BOOTH 392 BOOTH 958 Help shape the future of the websites, online tools and product information that you use to do your job! This is YOUR opportunity to provide direct input about how we can improve your experience with downloads, product compatibility, software activations and our websites. The Rockwell Automation User Research Team wants YOU to have a stronger voice in helping design the tools and information that you need. Integrated Architecture Tools The Integrated Architecture system helps you to build a business in which information ﬂows across your organization. Our simple-to-use tools and resources can help increase your productivity and save you time while utilizing our technology. These tools are tailored to speciﬁc project needs and the level of experience you may have with Rockwell Automation to help ensure you meet your goals. Integrated Architecture Builder Booth Highlights • Talk with the teams who design our AB.com and RockwellAutomation.com websites, the Product Compatibility and Download Center (PCDC) and FactoryTalk software activations. • Participate in interviews, online surveys and usability tests. • Recieve a gift for completing one of our activities. • Enter our drawing to win. 40 | AUTOMATION FAIR 2014 | ANAHEIM Use Integrated Architecture Builder to conﬁgure your Logix-based automation systems (including the PlantPAx process automation system), select hardware, and generate bills of material for application including controllers, I/O, networks, drives, cabling and wiring, motion control and other third-party Encompass products. Order our full version or download our fully-functional Lite version which does not include product documentation. Proposal Works™ ProposalWorks provides selection assistance and information on a broad range of Allen-Bradley and Encompass Partner products and services. A simple product-selection interface helps you determine the exact catalog number for the item you need. Once a product is selected, the software automatically selects the current, local list pricing and appropriate supplemental product information that you can easily export to Microsoft Oﬃce and OpenOﬃce formats. School Partnership Programs FIRST® ENGINEERING OUR FUTURE™ FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), a not-for-proﬁt organization, has a vision to create a world where science and technology are celebrated and where young people can dream of becoming science and technology heroes. The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) is a unique varsity sport of the mind designed to help high school-aged young people discover how interesting and rewarding the life of engineers and researchers can be. FIRST also oﬀers the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC), a more aﬀordable and accessible program for high school students, the FIRST LEGO® League (FLL) for 9 to 14 year-olds and the Junior FIRST Lego League (FLL) for 6 to 9 year-olds. You are sure to be engaged as students showcase their FIRST robots in the FIRST Automation Fair booth. Among all the sophisticated automation products and systems you’ll see in the convention center, the FIRST booth will surely remind you why you were inspired to become an engineer. Also visit the booth to learn about Project Lead The Way, our in-school STEM program of choice. UNIVERSITY RELATIONS Rockwell Automation provides value oﬀering a broad range of partnering opportunities. The University Relations program is an extension of our partnerships, where relationships are built with selected universities that oﬀer engineering, business and technology curriculum. Students gain exposure to Rockwell Automation technology and its application, helping them become better candidates for future jobs in industry. During Automation Fair, students get to see a wide variety of products and technology and attendees can learn more about the degree programs oﬀered by many of the universities. Current schools in the Rockwell Automation University Relations Program: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Case Western Reserve University Florida A&M University Georgia Institute of Technology Marquette University Milwaukee School of Engineering North Carolina A&T University Penn State University Purdue University Texas A&M University The Ohio State University University of Illinois – Urbana/Champaign University of Michigan – Ann Arbor University of Wisconsin – Madison University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Stop by University Row at Automation Fair to visit our showcasing schools. ROCKWELL AUTOMATION | 41 Connect with us! SAVE THE DATES Facebook.com/AutomationFair Facebook.com/ROKautomation TWITTER @AutomationFair @ROKautomation AUTOMATION FAIR GROUP http://ow.ly/zsLEI MCCORMICK PLACE, CHICAGO, IL, NOVEMBER 18-19, 2015 Youtube.com/ ROKautomation RockwellAutomation.com/blog ROKEvents on your phone’s app store MANCHESTER GRAND HYATT, SAN DIEGO, CA, MAY 31-JUNE 5, 2015 AADvance, Allen-Bradley, ArcShield, Armor, ArmorStart, Automation Fair, AutoSuite, CENTERLINE, CompactLogix, Connected Components Workbench, ControlLogix, CPGSuite, Dynamix, Encompass, Engineering Our Future, FactoryTalk, FactoryTalk VantagePoint, GuardLogix, Guardmaster, iTRAK, i-Grid, Integrated Architecture, IntelliCENTER, i-Sense, Kinetix, Listen. Think. Solve., Micro800, MicroLogix, On-Machine, PanelView, PartnerNetwork, PharmaSuite, PlantPAx, PowerFlex, PowerMonitor, ProposalWorks, Rockwell Automation, Rockwell Software, RSLogix, RSTechED, Safety Maturity Index, Stratix 5100, Stratix 5900, Studio 5000, Studio 5000 Logix Designer and Total Cost to Design, Develop and Deliver are trademarks of Rockwell Automation, Inc. Trademarks not belonging to Rockwell Automation are property of their respective companies. Publication CSV-BR002I-EN-P – November 2014 Copyright © 2014 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Printed in USA.
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