Nick Putman and Doug Coulter from Rockwell Automation join Bryan to talk ThinManager.
In this episode, Bryan sits down with Gary Mintchell from The Manufacturing Connection. They discuss Gary’s experience in factory automation, thin client technology and even how augmented and virtual reality might have a place in the production industry. Learn more about ThinManager.
In this episode, Bryan sits down with Bart Nieuwborg, European Product Manager for Rockwell Automation. Bart shares his years of experience with ThinManager as well as his thoughts on thin client technology, mobility, and configuration flexibility with ThinManager. Learn more about ThinManager.
The Fifth Country in Southeast Asia Region gets ThinManager Certified System Integrators
Last year we posted a story about the Rockwell team in Southeast Asia training system integrators to be certified in using and deploying ThinManager.
As a follow up to that story, the ThinManager team would like to extend thanks and gratitude to Satish Basa and Anukoon Asawachatroj for continuing to lead the effort to certify more ThinManager system integrators in the Asia-Pacific region. Their hard work and dedication have continued to increase awareness, opportunities, and sales within the region. Their most recent training success comes from Jakarta, Indonesia with seven new ThinManager-Certified system integrators.
In this episode, Bryan sits down again with Doug Coulter, ThinManager Product Manager for Rockwell Automation. They discuss the new version release of ThinManager, Version 11. Learn what features are now available, as well as what is in store for ThinManager in the near future.
WachsField Technologies deployed ThinManager and thin client hardware to drive multiple 60” high-definition TVs in order to build a hypervisual national data operations center. Not only was the project a major success, but they also saved the customer a ton of money. Here’s how they did it.
When Robert Maxfield first learned about his customer’s desire to create a modern national data operations center, the customer already had some idea of how they would want it to be built out. The original idea included a ton of expensive video hardware that would be able to drive video output cards capable of running several high-definition TVs.