Connecting People, Things & Machines: Interactive applications as a key enabler for Industry 4.0 – watch on demand now!

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With industries under constant pressure to improve equipment maintenance, simplify processes, improve efficiencies and cut downtime, a growing number of businesses are transforming to take advantage of Industry 4.0.

But to do so, a new set of connected, interactive devices are needed to enable multi-functional, intuitive interfaces. Fortunately, Elo’s touchscreen and compute product portfolio – and particularly its approach to Android – is a key enabler for Industry 4.0, helping to unlock data barriers and position manufacturers as forward-thinking technology leaders who value a data-driven culture where employees feel empowered to make intelligent decisions.

In this free-to-view on demand webinar – which was hosted by Robotics & Innovation Magazine on 15 December 2020 – Elo explain how to make Industry 4.0 a reality in your operation with cutting-edge technology and applications built to solve your biggest industry challenges.

By viewing this webinar you will learn:

  • How interactive applications accelerate the growth of fully automated processes from commercial kitchens to car factories
  • Why Android is becoming a preferred architecture for the factory floor
  • How Elo’s unified architecture supports digital transformation and smart factories
  • How Elo’s ecosystem of devices are purpose-built to work together and streamline the communications of controls deployed across enterprises

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Meet the speakers:

Jim Foster, regional sales manager, Elo
Jim is one of Elo’s regional sales managers covering the UK and Ireland, based in Manchester, England. Originally starting in tech support and later moving into sales, his background is from the cash processing/payments industry with experience across EMEA. Jim has been with Elo for two-and-a-half years and focuses on retail, kiosks, industrial, OEM, gaming and retail markets.

Paul Futter, director of product management, Elo
Paul is director of product management for Elo’s components business, based in North Carolina, USA. He holds an electronics engineering degree from the University of Warwick in the UK and has been with Elo for nine years. Paul has held several roles within the R&D and sales organisation, including working on architecture and advanced development. He is a technical expert in his field, to say the least, and his experience and product knowledge are heavily relied upon throughout both of Elo’s OEM sales and R&D teams. 

Brian Atwood, director of sales, Elo
Brian is director of OEM sales and industrial/gaming business development and is based on the east coast of the USA. Brian holds and electrical engineering degree from Tufts University and has been with Elo for seven years. Brian has spent over 20 years holding sales and product marketing positions in the semiconductor Industry and brings his expertise and focus to Elo in the OEM space.

Meet the host:

John Thornton, editor, Robotics & Innovation
John joined Akabo Media in August 2019 and has worked in B2B publishing for seven years, editing engineering technology titles serving the automotive, marine and sports and entertainment venue sectors. Currently editor of Robotics & Innovation and City Transport & Traffic Innovation, John co-ordinates the day-the-day operations of both titles, using independent editorial content as a platform to bring buyers and sellers together via print and online.  John also serves as a chair for the annual Road User Charging Conference in Brussels and can be found sniffing out breaking news stories throughout the halls of Akabo Media’s industry-leading exhibitions.

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