Based on a recent LNS Research survey of manufacturing executives, this session offers a closer look at edge computing and defines the evolution that is taking place. Watch the webinar to learn how next-generation solutions can help industries execute on the new opportunities offered by transformation at the edge, including:

  • Providing a framework for industrial companies to develop a definition for Edge
  • Creating a use-case centric operational architecture – based on data speed, location, type, and supported analytics – to determine infrastructure priorities
  • Making specific people, process, and technology recommendations to accelerate the realization of benefits from Industrial Transformation.

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Featured Speakers

John Fryer
Senior Director, Industry Solutions

John Fryer is the Senior Director Industry Solutions at Stratus Technologies, where he is responsible for go-to-market strategies and industry initiatives across all the company’s product lines. He has over 25 years of experience with systems and software products in a variety of engineering, marketing and executive roles at successful startups and major companies, including Motorola, Emerson Network Power and Oracle. His experience includes more than 15 years working with high-availability solutions for the enterprise, automation and networking industries.

Matthew Littlefield
President and Principal Analyst, LNS Research

Matthew Littlefield co-founded LNS Research in 2011 and is now President and Principal Analyst. In this role Matthew oversees LNS’s coverage of the industrial value chain. As a recognized industry expert he contributes to the widely read LNS Research blog as well as many other industry publications. Matthew is also a sought after public speaker and continually advises manufacturing executives on how to best leverage technology in their operations.

Mark Hoske
Content Manager & Moderator, CFE Media

Mark Hoske has been Control Engineering editor / content manager since 1994 and in a leadership role since 1999, covering all major areas: control systems, networking and information systems, control equipment and energy, and system integration, everything that comprises or facilitates the control loop.