Every day we talk to manufacturers who are struggling with questions about their DCS migration. The risks involved. The business case. How to get started. We understand your concerns and what’s at stake for your organization — and your career. To help you get the information you need, we’re sponsoring a free webinar in conjunction with the ISA called Straight Talk on DCS Migration.
Join us as four top DCS migration experts discuss the topics and trends surrounding DCS migration — using examples of multiple platforms from across the field. In just 90 minutes, you’ll tap into more than 87 years of experience. These are real engineers, and they’ll discuss real migration and real results. There’s no hidden sales agenda. We just want to help you avoid the migration mistakes others have already made.
The webinar will include:
- A preview of trends across industries
- Five pitfalls to avoid
- The principles of DCS migration, including front-end planning
- A case study on a recent legacy platform migration
- A 30-minute Q&A session where you can get your specific questions answered
You might remember that we hosted a webinar earlier this year called Upgrading DCS with No BS. Straight Talk on DCS Migration continues the conversation, but with a full panel of experts ready to provide advice.
Meet the Panel
John Boyd serves as MAVERICK Technologies’ technology leader for Rockwell Automation. In this role, he leads the technical direction of the Rockwell platform and guides project teams on technological issues.
Chad Harper works as director of technology at MAVERICK Technologies. He leads the group of subject matter experts who provide content for training programs, reuse strategies and ensure project quality.
Nick Sands serves as a Manufacturing Technology Fellow at DuPont and has served as ISA vice president of Professional Development. In his 19 years at Dupont, he has worked on several alarm management projects and was the lead editor of the new ANSI/ISA alarm management standard for the process industries.
Matt Sigmon works as director of DCSNext®, MAVERICK Technologies’ innovative approach to DCS migration. He manages operations and client relationships to ensure that MAVERICK considers a range of opportunities for significant advancement through DCS migration.