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Scaling Productivity in Industrial Automation with Modern DevOps Workflows
DevOps principles that have transformed traditional software development are being applied ‎to industrial automation, having a significant impact for system integrators. New tools are ‎enabling SIs to rapidly hire and onboard new talent, maximize productivity and quality across ‎projects, and enhance collaboration across internal and external teams. ‎

In less than one hour, you’ll learn how implementing modern workflows:‎

• Streamlines development processes by utilizing Git version control for PLC projects ‎
• Accelerates hiring and onboarding of new talent by enabling senior engineers to spend less ‎time training and reviewing code from junior engineers
• Maximizes operational uptime and solves the “10 year problem” -- always knowing the ‎latest version of code and why changes were made, no matter the age of the project

One example is leading control system integrator DMC, which has reclaimed up to 8 hours per ‎week: ‎

‎“When leading multiple projects, our senior engineers are saving up to a day a week, because of ‎the faster code reviews. Plus, we're reviewing more frequently. We're catching more mistakes ‎before they get deployed or tested. And because we always see the visualized code before ‎merging, we're also making fewer mistakes.”‎

If you are interested in a discussion about the current state of technology and how you can ‎apply these new tools with minimum disruption, then this presentation is for you.‎

There will be ample time for Q&A, so bring your questions!‎

Know someone who would be interested in attending this session? Invite them! This session is ‎open to all.‎

Feb 15, 2023 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Matt Lee
Co-Founder and VP of Business Development @Copia Automation
Matthew Lee gained his familiarity with manufacturing startups as the tenth employee and first account executive at Octopart, a search engine for electronic components. He oversaw key accounts (Fortune 500) and was the business lead for engineering and product. After Altium’s acquisition, he owned Octopart’s strategy for component manufacturers, which involved data services, CAD development, and new demand generation products.He was recently named on the list of Forbes 30 under 30 2022 for Manufacturing and Industry.