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11/3/11 2:00 pm to 11/3/12 2:00 pm EDT
Contact: Jamie Tunison


What: FREE Webinar
Where: Right from your computer.
Duration: 60 minutes, including live Q&A

This “big picture” webinar will allow engineers and project managers to learn about planning for line controls and integration for packaging and process conveyor lines. In this 45 minute presentation with live Q and A, discover:
  • How to save money on packaging line controls without sacrificing efficiency
  • The trade-off between high-end technology and simple controls
  • The planning criteria for environment, flow control, safety and machines
  • Best use cases for communications architecture strategies
All attendees will receive our new white paper, “Control is a good thing,” which gives an overview of communications networks and tips for evaluating controls packages.
Jim Streblow, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Nercon
Jim Streblow has been directing custom engineered system projects for over 35 years. Jim has a BSEE in Electrical Engineering from UW – Madison and has held executive positions with leading conveyor manufacturers. Jim’s extensive background in sales, marketing and project management has made him an expert in conveyor application engineering.
Mike Weickert, Director of Application Engineering, Nercon
Mike Weickert has a 17 year career at Nercon beginning as an Electrical Engineer and Electrical Manager with Director of Application Engineering as his current role. A controls expert and also an application specialist, Mike holds a BSEE in Electrical Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Terry Gansen, Solution Architect, Rockwell Automation
Terry Gansen, with a BSEE in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University, has been with Rockwell Automation with over 19 years. Terry’s broad range of experience including variable frequency drives support, field support engineering and software technology training make him an expert in Rockwell Automation control and information solutions. He currently serves as a Solution Architect responsible for a $50m territory covering automation controllers, networks and software.

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