Why should you attend?
1. Learn about evolving client preferences across industry sectors
2. Identify challenges, drivers and restraints governing the adoption of motors and drives
3. Understand the market landscape and automation opportunities across key sectors
Identifying new and innovative ways in which stepper motors are addressing a variety of needs in myraid applications, including aerospace, instruments, and simple robotics.Read more >
Peter Deane, Jardine Motors GroupRead more >
Are you getting requests from network or security engineers to validate configurations? Getting questions regarding the configuration of Network Automation itself? Not sure where to start or what may be possible? Join us as we talk about how to plan and build policies that will dazzle, leverage reports that will amaze and ensure that your Network Automation installation will impress everyone.Read more >
While many multinational corporations (MNCs) have informed, well-supported transfer pricing policies and tax compliance documentation, they are often challenged with the day-to-day financial implementation of their transfer pricing policy. Failure to properly address this challenge can result in large year-end adjustments, process inefficiencies and increased tax costs. With increased scrutiny and tighter transfer pricing regulations expected in 2013, how can MNCs efficiently manage their day-to-day transfer pricing implementation, increase pricing transparency, and ensure accounting integrity for their intercompany pricing year round?
In this webcast, Thomson Reuters and Ford Motor Company transfer pricing experts will discuss these issues and provide best practice approaches to minimise risk and maximise tax savings in 2013. This informative session will cover:
• Current challenges and trends in global transfer pricing
• Best practices to effectively implement, monitor, and adjust intercompany prices year round and avoid large year-end true-ups
• Leveraging technology to automate and streamline the transfer pricing process
• The Ford Motor Company implementation success story
Presentación de los retos y oportunidades del paradigma cloud computing
como motor de industrialización de las TIC basado en la cadena de valor de
la nube: estandarización-automatización-control- autoservicio-pago por uso.
Webinário: 14 de maio - Descubra como empresas brasileiras estão vendendo 27% mais com a salesforce.comRead more >
2015 United States Motor Oils Product Leadership AwardRead more >
This briefing will review the market for gasoline and diesel engines. The presentation will also focus on electrification of powertrain and explore which electric powertrains have the recipe for success leading up to 2020. We will showcase two specific trends; Mircea Popescu will compare induction motors and permanent magnet motors for hybrid and EV application, and Scott Ellsworth will benchmark Tesla Model S and Nissan Leaf.
Attend this briefing to:
1. Find out if electric vehicles were successful in 2014, and to what extent
2. Learn the gasoline and diesel engine mix for 2014 in Europe
3. Discover consumer choice of gasoline versus diesel cars and how fuel price fluctuations will impact this buying pattern
4. Benchmark technologies like induction motors and permanent magnet motors
5. Compare Tesla Model S with Nissan LEAF
The Korean market appears cheap with leading franchises such as Samsung Electronics, Hyundai Motor and KB Financial trading at significant discounts to global peers.
The narrative is highly reminiscent of Japan during the period of persistent Yen strength from 2010-12 where “macro” generalisations such as government policy stasis and poor corporate governance, etc., drowned out the stock specific discussion.
With corporate governance improving and evidence of government engaging with reforms, we believe the market is highly prospective for absolute returns.
Cerepro is an app designed for patients with Traumatic Brain Injury, by a patient who, himself, suffered this type of injury. He discusses the purpose of this app to rehabilitlate Traumatic Brain Injury Patients in both their focal motor, and memory skills.Read more >
Big Data is playing an ever increasing role in the automotive sector. This webcast will explore data usage from the perspectives of Level 2 and up autonomy, car care, driver intelligence and safety, first responder data, retail marketing, the increasing intelligence of roadways and other advances. With big data comes questions of security, cybersecurity, privacy related to data capture, management, sharing. These issues will be discussed from technological and policy perspectives, and will include current best practices.
-Nat Beuse, Associate Administrator, Vehicle Safety Research, U.S. Department of Transportation
-Norma Krayem, Senior Policy Advisor & Co-Chair, Cybersecurity and Privacy, Holland & Knight (and former Deputy Chief of Staff at U.S. Department of Transportation)
-Harry Lightsey, Executive Director, Global Connected Customer Experience, Global Public Policy, General Motors
Webcast Host, Limor Schafman, Director of Content Development for TIA
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For more information about the TIA (Telecommunications Industry Association), standards, policy and other workshops and webcasts, please visit www.TIAOnline.org.
Join us June 6-8 in Dallas, TX for TIA 2016 - our annual conference which brings together carriers and suppliers to discuss 5G next generation networks, Cybersecurity, IoT and Network Virtualization. (www.TIA2016.org).
This webinar is NOT eligible for BICSI Continuing Education Certificates
Why You Must Attend:
• Understand the impact of key IIoT-based technologies that are poised to change MES platforms
• Realize the value addition through dynamic modularization and smart functionalities in MES platforms
• Recognize the opportunities bought about by the transformation of traditional MES into manufacturing intelligence platforms
• Learn key industrial verticals and analyze the implications that are set to occur due to the advent of advanced MES solutions
• Capture the benefits of scaling and orchestrating MES solutions across global manufacturing facilities
• Participate in an interactive Q&A session with Frost & Sullivan and Forcam
During this webinar we will:
· Understand the challenges and opportunities arising from the influx of big data
· Learn about the key building blocks of a holistic big-data solution
· Discover key applications for big data in the manufacturing domain
· Identify future profitable streams for solution providers
In 2011 Caterpillar’s North Little Rock, AR, facility, where earthmoving Motor Graders are produced, had a Recordable Injury Frequency (RIF) rate of 5.11 with 20 recordable injuries. Of 68 manufacturing facilities in the enterprise, this facility ranked number 65.
When the facility leadership committed to making a change, they started by listening closely to the front-line workforce – the employees closest to the job hazards – to understand what was motivating risky behaviors.
The discovery has fueled a transformational journey to safety accountability that drove the RIF rate down to 0.58 by the end of 2014. Now the facility is a safety performance benchmark for organizations inside and outside the Caterpillar enterprise.
Facility Operations Manager Paul Rivera joins Justin Ganschow, the facility’s former EHS Department Supervisor (now a Caterpillar Safety Services consultant) and Todd Efird, Senior Safety Consultant, for this one-hour presentation.
You will learn:
•How to apply cultural assessment results to focus improvement efforts
•A formula for leveraging the skills and experience of employees to build proactive safety processes
•How to develop performance measures that reflect the presence of safety activities (not just the absence of incidents)
•Tools for increasing employee engagement and workplace positivity through effective recognition
Energy efficiency is the top strategic goal for data center operators for a number of reasons. Many indicators and metrics are available to help manage data centers from an energy perspective. However, energy efficiency is just one way of looking at a data center:
Data center service providers, like enterprise data centers, colocation providers and others, find themselves in a challenging and fast-changing competitive environment. Focusing only on efficiency in the data center is like driving a car at its optimal motor efficiency without taking care whether being on the best way to your destination. Other influences towards the data center have to be taken into account such as transparency over all data center assets, delivering the expected service quality and having the right metrics in place to run your data center successfully.
In this webcast Soeren Schroeder showcases in an integrated approach; 3 ways to run your data center infrastructure successfully by also utilizing the concept of the Data Center Business Value Dashboards to implement and measure strategies for successful data center operation.
This discussion and presentation brings together both regional and industry experts to provide insights on the “lay of the land” projected for 2013 in the global manufacturing and process industries. Our panelists will discuss:
·The global economic outlook for 2013, with a focus on manufacturing and process control
·The top-most critical issues for manufacturers now, and perspectives on manufacturing moving back to the U.S.
·The general economic mood in Europe and what it means to the manufacturing and process industries, with the top five trends/opportunities for EU
·The general economic mood in APAC, China and India; portents for manufacturing and process; and the top five trends/opportunities
·The global outlook for automation, pumps/valves/compressors, and motors and drives, and how the top five trends are driving opportunities for value chain participants