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Presenting the Nineteenth Annual ARC Industry Forum

Industry in Transition: The Information Driven Enterprise for the Connected World

February 9-12, 2015 - Orlando, Florida

Forum Keynotes Address Technology Adoption, Cyber Security, and the Industrial Internet of Things

ARC’s 19th Annual Industry Forum in Orlando drew more than 700 participants from approximately 300 different companies and 25 countries.  The theme for this year's Forum, "Industry in Transition: The Information-driven Enterprise for the Connected World," resonated well with attendees, many who are currently trying to get a handle on the latest Internet-enabled automation and information technologies and determine if and how they can enable competitive advantage.  

ARC Industry Forum 2015 

Presenters from industry, government, and academia shared knowledge and experiences on a wide variety of topics including cyber security, plant lifecycle design, automation project management, integrated control and electrification, smart manufacturing, and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

Peter Holicki, Dow ChemicalAt the Tuesday morning general session, ARC President Andy Chatha introduced the first keynote speaker, Peter Holicki, Corp. Vice President, Manufacturing and Engineering and Environment, Health & Safety Operations at Dow Chemical.  In his brief introductory comments, Andy indicated that Mr. Holicki is currently responsible for two new mega projects:  Gulfstream, a world-class ethylene complex that Dow is constructing in Freeport, Texas to take advantage of the current abundance of domestic natural gas; and Sadara in Saudi Arabia, a joint venture between Dow Chemical and Saudi Aramco, which is on track to be the world’s largest and most highly integrated petrochemical complex.

Teaching an Elephant to Dance
Mr. Holicki began his presentation with the words, “We at Dow are addicted to technology; but it is a healthy addiction.”  This is how he set the stage for his discussion on how Dow Chemical, one of the world’s largest chemical companies, integrates technology into its business to remain agile and competitive, or in his words, “It’s how we make the elephant dance.”

According to Mr. Holicki, in today’s global chemical industry, the large companies that haven’t survived either were too complacent about adopting technology, or followed the wrong technology trends.  “However, technology alone is not the solution; technology adoption must follow strategy and business goals.  It’s important for companies to control technology, rather than letting it control them and to partner with the right technology suppliers.”

In his concluding comments, Holicki summarized, “Technology and innovation have to align with business strategy, but companies must also be willing to adapt their technology to meet new challenges as needed.”  In this manner, “You can teach an elephant to dance.”

Cyber Security Is Not a Technology Issue
The second keynote speaker at this general session, Brigadier General (Retired) Gregory Touhill, began his keynote presentation by stressing that people misunderstand cyber security, “It’s not really a technology issue, it’s a risk management issue, and it’s a risk for companies and individuals alike.” 

Gen. Touhill’s, admittedly lengthy formal title is Deputy Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity Operations and Programs in the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications within the National Protections and Programs Directorate of the Department of Homeland Security.  However, he characterized his job as being the “captain of the neighborhood cyber watch team,” an analogy he uses to describe his responsibilities, which include selectively sharing information about cyber security vulnerabilities and bad actors along with best practices and compensating controls.  According to his bio, Gen. Touhill, who retired from the US Air Force in 2013, now focuses on developing and implementing operational programs designed to protect US government networks and critical infrastructure systems.

Gregory Touhill, U.S. Department of Homeland Security 

Gen. Touhill leads the National Cyber Security and Communications Integration Center (NCIC), which includes the Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT).  His group also maintains the EINSTEIN network security program, a collection of tools designed to defend the federal IT systems within the “.gov” domain.
Gen. Touhill explained that government and companies alike have to evaluate a number of different threat vectors relative to cyber security.  These include:

  • Nation states  - that represent very potent and capable adversaries
  • Criminals – that are generally trying to steal information
  • “Hacktivists” - groups that might not agree with your company’s policies and/or activities

Gen. Touhill also confided that, in his personal opinion, stupidity represents a fourth potential threat vector.  In other words, “smart people doing stupid things.”

His organization also looks at the physical aspects of cyber security, such as physical attacks against the electric power grid, which threaten computer networks. 

Industrial Internet of Things and the Connected Plant
Following these presentations on the importance of technology adoption and cyber security, Andy Chatha, ARC’s founder and president, took the opportunity to share his thoughts on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and the Connected Plant.

Andy Chatha, ARC Advisory GroupTo provide appropriate context for this discussion, Mr. Chatha pointed out that while many companies in the upstream oil & gas sector are getting squeezed by the severe decline in oil prices, downstream companies are benefitting from the low energy and feedstock costs.  In fact, low energy prices represent an opportunity for most companies to invest in their plants.  According to Chatha, this is long overdue, since due to competitive pressures, many companies are operating assets that are 20, 30, or even 40 years old.  And while it’s often possible to keep old assets running, these may place companies at a disadvantage compared to companies that have built new plants in recent years. 

This provided a natural segue into a discussion on the Industrial Internet and the Connected Plant.  “When your information is in the cloud, you can begin to apply more powerful analytical tools to help improve the performance of your assets.”  Chatha also stressed that this, of course, requires a safe and secure Internet.

He is convinced that the IIoT is already taking shape and that users are seeing benefits.  “Today, you can buy field devices that connect both to the plant network and to the Internet; enterprise software and analytics are moving to the cloud; and automation systems are evolving, with the traditional layers compressing.  This all provides opportunities for companies to improve productivity, improve asset utilization, improve business processes, and lower lifecycle costs.  Chatha indicated that, according to GE, the Industrial Internet represents a $32 trillion opportunity for the global economy.

Clearly Mr. Chatha believes that the Industrial Internet of Things will have a significant impact on industrial companies by providing more sensors, data, automation, and software applications, including powerful new advanced analytics that will help transform the massive amounts of data generated by intelligent, connected assets into timely, in-context information for both planning purposes and real-time decision support.

He also believes that the IIoT will enable new architectures, service capabilities, customer/supplier relationships, ecosystems, and – in fact – entirely new business models.

Tuesday Morning Executive Panel Session 

Tuesday Morning Executive Panel Session 

ARC Industry Forum 2015 Panel Session 

Stephan Biller, GE 

Wednesday Morning Executive Panel Session 

Keynote Speakers

The following executives will give the Forum's Keynote Presentations.

Peter HolickiPeter Holicki
Corp. Vice President, Manufacturing and Engineering and Environment
Health & Safety Operations
Dow Chemical

Peter joined Dow in 1987 in Stade, Germany, where he held a variety of roles.  In 1997, Peter obtained responsibility for Dow's King's Lynn operations in the UK.  Between 2000 and 2002, Peter held the position of production leader for the Aromatic Derivatives Complex in Terneuzen, The Netherlands, where he ran multiple hydrocarbons plants, and led the Terneuzen Responsible Care Leadership Team.  In 2002, he was appointed Olefins business director for Europe, Middle East and Latin America and from 2006 until 2009 he was the site leader of Dow Terneuzen.  Peter served as Global Manufacturing Vice President Hydrocarbons and Vice President for Manufacturing & Engineering Europe, Middle East & Africa from 2009 through 2012.  In October 2012 through 2013, Peter was named Vice President of Operations for Europe, Middle East and Africa and the Ethylene Envelope.

Gregory TouhillGregory Touhill
Deputy Asst. Secretary, Cybersecurity Operations and Programs
Office of Cybersecurity and Communications, National Protections and Programs Directorate
Department of Homeland Security

Brigadier General (retired) Gregory J. Touhill focuses on the development and implementation of operational programs designed to protect our government networks and critical infrastructure systems.  He retired from the US Air Force in July 2013 after a distinguished career culminating as the Chief Information Officer and Director of Command, Control, Communications, and Cyber Systems at U.S. Transportation Command — one of the nation’s 10 combatant commands.  As the Senior Cyberspace Operations officer, he led the command’s cyberspace defense mission and oversaw a $500 million information technology portfolio.  He is the co-author of "Commercialization of Innovative Technologies, Bringing Good Ideas to the Marketplace" and the upcoming "Cybersecurity for Executives, A Practical Guide".  He maintains the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Acquisition Professional in Information Technology and Program Management, and the American College of Corporate Directors Professional Director certifications.

Stephan BillerStephan Biller
Chief Manufacturing Scientist
General Electric

Stephan is responsible for GE’s global advanced manufacturing strategy and the development of GE’s Brilliant Factory initiative across GE businesses to increase speed and productivity.  Prior to being named to this position in April 2012, he was a Technical Fellow & Global Group Manager for Manufacturing Systems at General Motors’ R&D.  Stephan has been granted nine patents, developed 22 trade secrets, and co-authored more than 60 peer-reviewed publications.

Partial List of Speakers

The following executives are also among those who presented at the Forum. 

Abdullah AlkhalifahEngineering Specialist, Process Automation SystemsSaudi Aramco
Adam SedgewickSenior Policy AdvisorNIST
Adam SouthStaff Engineer, Innovation Ventures GroupKennametal
Albert RooyakkersFounder, CTO, Vice President of EngineeringBedrock Automation
Alexander MendozaPresident BCP GroupSlacol
Alyssa ThomasProcess Automation EngineerDow Chemical
Andrew KlingDirector, Cyber Security and Software PracticesSchneider Electric
Andy MasonManufacturing IT Relationship Consultant and PSC Automation & MIT COE LeadCargill
Ashok NangiaCorporate Engineer3M
Bill MuldoonExec. Vice President, North AmericaAVEVA
Bob GraybillCEONimbis Services
Brian RadmerIndustrial IoT Business DevelopmentAT&T
Brian SidesDirector of TechnologyOkuma America
Carrie SchallerI/T Director, Manufacturing OperationsDow Chemical
Charles ButlerCEOThe Security Oracle
Chet MrozPresident & CEOYokogawa Corporation of America
Chris StognerBrand Director, Triconex SafetySchneider Electric
Chuck MicallefMarketing ConsultantFieldComm Group
Cliff PedersenPresidentPedersen Enterprises (Retired)
Colin BeaneyGlobal Industry Director, Energy and UtilitiesIFS
Craig WheatleyProcess Control CoordinatorSt. Paul Refining
Dale PetersonFounder and CEODigital Bond
Dan McGrathSolutions ManagerPanduit
Dan MillerChief Architect & Director, Service Delivery - Energy VerticalAT&T Business Solutions
Dan RozinskiSystem Architect, Manufacturing & EngineeringDow Chemical
Daniel NolesManager, ICS Lifecycle ManagementTVA
Darin MassnerCEOCountry Maid
David KuhnManager, Advanced Engineering SIICorning
David LaffertyPresidentScientific Technical Services
David NelsonSpecial AgentFBI
David PetrucciVice President, Industrial AnalyticsGenpact
Deborah McNeilProject Productivity Improvement Project ManagerDow Chemical
Denise SwinkChairSMLC
Dennis BrandlFounder and Chief ConsultantB&R Consulting
Dominique WilleIndustrial Systems DirectorLafarge
Don BartusiakChief Engineer, Process ControlExxonMobil Research & Engineering
Ed CrawfordPCN Security Team LeadChevron
Ed HanschkeSenior Instrumentation/Controls ManagerSolaris Management Consultants
Eddie HabibiFounder and CEOPAS
Eric CosmanContributing ConsultantARC Advisory Group
Eric KnappGlobal Director, Cyber Security Solutions and TechnologyHoneywell Process Solutions
Erin DelormeProject ManagerApache
Frank BerryManager, Process Control SystemsAir Products & Chemicals
Frank HurinkManager, Global SCADA Center Yokogawa
Fred YentzPresidentILS Technology
Gary WilliamsSr. Director Technology, Cyber Security & CommunicationsSchneider Electric
Geff WoodDirector, Manufacturing and Process Control SystemsAlcoa
Graham WhyteFloating Production Unit Automation Team LeaderChevron Deep Water Exploration and Projects
Greg CarterGeneral Manager, Internet of Everything Services GroupCisco
Gregory TouhillDeputy Asst. Secretary, Cybersecurity Operations and ProgramsU.S. Department of Homeland Security
Haresh MalkaniManager, Fabricating Technology DivisionAlcoa
Hedi AgoIT Director, Major Project Delivery Orlando Utilities Commission
Ibrahim HamadCorporate Information Security OfficerDolphin Energy
Jacob WarrenSenior Process Controls EngineerBraskem Americas
James FairweatherVice President, Architecture, Technology, & ExperiencePitney Bowes
James GoosbyManager, I&C Systems and Field SupportSouthern Company
James HoughtonSystem Dynamics Modeler and Research Scientist MIT Sloan School of Management
Jamie SmithDirector, Embedded SystemsNational Instruments
Jan de BreetSafety Instrumented Systems ConsultantYokogawa Corporation of America
Janet ChaffinPresidentStanley AeroScout Industrial
Jean-Philippe Provencher Sr. Director, IoT Solution StrategyThingWorx
Jeff GrayProgram Lead, Industrial Control Systems Joint Working GroupU.S. Department of Homeland Security
Jeff MelroseSr. Principal Technology Strategist, Cyber SecurityYokogawa
Jeff RizzieSr. Manager, Business DevelopmentSandvik Coromant
Jeffrey TazelaarGlobal Leader, RFID, GPS, AutoID, Telemetry Expertise CenterDow Chemical
Jeremy PatchesDirector of TechnologyAlliance Coal
Jim DavisVice Provost, ITUCLA
Jim WetzelDirector, Global Reliability General Mills
Joop PeetersShared Service Manufacturing & Engineering LeaderTrinseo
Joseph McMullenManager, SimSci Product MarketingSchneider Electric
Katya GolovchenkoFellow Scientist, Corporate TechnologyTE Connectivity
Kazuhiko TakeokaHead, Global Service CenterYokogawa Electric
Keith BerrimanFormer Director of ReliabilityAgrium
Keith DicharryDirector Process Control & AutomationBASF
Keith StoufferProgram ManagerNIST
Kevin DavenportSr. Global Solutions Manager, ManufacturingCisco
Kevin SnowdenSenior Maintenance TechnologistDow Chemical
Khalid Al-KhoriSenior Manager, AutomationDolphin Energy
Kirt AndersonSenior MES Project ManagerStone Technologies
Lance FountaineIndustry Principal, Metals and MiningOSIsoft
Larry MeganR&D DirectorPraxair
Lee RichardsManufacturing ArchitectOwens Corning
Lior FrenkelCEO & Co-FounderWaterfall Security Solutions
Luis DuranProduct Marketing Manager, Safety SystemsABB
Marc BanwartSystems EngineerCountry Maid
Mark RubergDirector, Corporate Business CollaborationPro Mach
Maryanne SteidingerDirector, Product Marketing, Operations, Asset Management, and InformationSchneider Electric Software
Mat Robyre-Services Product ManagerBobst North America
Matt CicciariAssoc. Director, Solution MarketingMeridium
Maulik PatelDirector, Center of ExcellenceDow Chemical
Michael CodenVice PresidentNextNine
Michael MarloweManaging DirectorAutomation Federation
Michael SiegelPrincipal Research Scientist MIT Sloan School of Management
Michael TroianoVice President, Industrial IoT Solutions AT&T Mobile & Business Solutions
Mike BellPrincipal Applications EngineerNova Chemicals
Mike DurandIndustry Sales Director, APM AmericasBentley Systems
Mike MillerPrincipal Technical Expert, Control & Automation SystemsShell
Mike WilliamsPrincipal ConsultantDow Chemical (Retired)
Mohammed BatouqNetwork & Control Systems EngineerSaudi Aramco
Nina FrenchFounderClean Coal Solutions
Noel TabasProcess Control System EngineerAgrium Redwater
Patty SparrellManager Process Engineering & OptimizationExxonMobil (Retired)
Perry PedersonCo-Founder and Managing PrincipalLangner Communications
Pete Anderla ITS Architect, Infrastructure Solutions - MOSAICKimberly-Clark
Peter HerweckCEO, Process Industries and DrivesSiemens
Peter Holicki Corp. Vice President, Manufacturing & Engineering & EH&SDow Chemical
Peter LunkVice President, Sales and MarketingWurldtech
Qi Van Eikema HommesLecturer and Research AffiliateMIT Engineering Systems Division
Randy AmerineStrategic Business Development ManagerAT&T
Ray ToppingDirectorFiatech
Reinhold AchatzHead, Corporate Function Technology, Innovation, and SustainabilityThyssenkrupp
Richard SoleyExecutive DirectorIndustrial Internet Consortium
Richard TurtonProfessorWest Virginia University
Rick DolezalVice President, Service Sales and MarketingABB
Rik GeertsSenior Corporate Solution ArchitectCargill
Robert BatesChief Safety OfficerMentor Graphics
Robert GuariniPresident & CEOPEECO
Rocky RowlandProduction Manager, FMF DepartmentMazak
Sally FernandezPresidentSafety Dynamics
Samara MooreSenior Manager, Critical Infrastructure SecurityExelon
Samy AchourCEO and FounderIntegration Objects
Sandy CurrieBatch Process Automation Expertise Area LeaderDow Chemical
Sandy VasserFacilities I&E ManagerExxonMobil Development
Scott AbramsonDirector, Operational ExcellenceDuke Energy
Sergio GamaDirector, Latin America RegionRockwell Automation
Shadrach StephensInstrument &Electrical Maintenance Group LeaderDow Chemical
Spencer CramerCEOei3
Stacie SourasinthSenior Business Analyst/Developer Loram Maintenance of Way
Stephan BillerChief Manufacturing ScientistGeneral Electric
Stephen HuffmanVice President, Marketing & Business DevelopmentMead O’Brien
Stephen SladeSr. Director, Manufacturing Industries MarketingOracle
Steve BitarR&D Program ManagerExxonMobil
Steve PavloskySenior Product ManagerGE Intelligent Platforms
Steven KunsmanCommittee MemberIEC 61850 Committee
Takashi NishijimaPresident & COOYokogawa Electric
Terrence O'HanlonPublisherUptime Magazine
Thomas SteckenreiterHead, Operation Support & Safety DivisionBayer Technology Services
Tim SchultzIS Lead ProfessionalOwens Corning
Tony TateStrategic Account Manager, Industrial Automation InfrastructurePanduit
Travis CoxDirector of TrainingInductive Automation
Tyler LemkeControls Systems Engineer3M
Tyler WilliamsManager, PCD IT Security Shell Global Solutions
Uy PhamProcess Control Systems Team LeadChevron Energy Technology
William CotterPI & CS Instrument Specialist3M
William SobelCEOSystem Insights
Xavier MesrobianVice President, Sales & MarketingSkkynet
Yahya NazerISA106 CommitteeDow Chemical

Agenda by Industry

Following is the schedule for the Forum by industry focus.  

Process includes Chemical, Mining, Metals, Cement, Glass, Paper, and Water & Waste.

Sunday, February 8 - ARC Cocktail Party, 6-8 PM

Monday, February 9

9 AM - 12 PM  Oil & Gas Process Power CPG/Food Life Sciences Auto/Aero
Cyber Security Workshop I: Automation Federation Cyber Security Seminar


12 - 5 PM
Cyber Security Workshop II: For IT, Automation, and Engineering Managers    
Cyber Security Workshop III: We Have Chosen Our Framework for Industrial Control System Cyber Security, Now What?
Industrial Internet of Things Workshop:  Industry Groups Lead the Way
1 - 4 PM
Developing the Future Workforce Leaders in an Evolving Manufacturing World
The Roadmap to Sustainable Reliability
12-6 PM:  Supplier Press Conferences
6-9 PM:  ARC Welcome Reception

Tuesday, February 10

7 - 8:30 AM:  Networking Breakfast
8:30 – 10 AM:  Industry in Transition: Keynote Presentations
10:30 AM – 12 PM:  Industry in Transition: Executive Panel
12 - 2 PM:  Lunch
1 - 1:30 PM:  ABB Workshop: We Asked Plant Managers - What Keeps You Up at Night?
2 - 3:30 PM  Oil & Gas Process Power CPG/Food Life Sciences Auto/Aero
The Automation Challenge Continues  
Managing Industrial Cyber Security Risks - Part 1          
Winning the Battle for Uptime: Creating and Sustaining a Proactive Culture in Asset Lifecycle  Management      
Industrial Internet of Things: The New Frontier    
4 - 5:30 PM
Integrated Control and Electrification              
Building a Secure-by-Design Industrial Internet of Things      
Connected Asset Performance Management - Where Industrial Internet of Things Gets Real - Part 1    
New Analytics Approaches for the Industrial Internet of Things
Use Enterprise Recipe Management to Quicken Production and Reduce Costs
6 - 9 PM:  Evening Reception

Wednesday, February 11

7 - 8:30 AM:  Networking Breakfast
7 - 8:30 AM:  GE Breakfast​ (Invitation Only)
8:30 – 10 AM:  Industry in Transition: Keynote and Executive Panel
10:30 AM - 12 PM  Oil & Gas Process Power CPG/Food Life Sciences Auto/Aero
Modern Process Automation Systems Offer More than Just Process Control               
Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence: Business Results from Manufacturing Intelligence, Analytics, and Industrial Internet of Things - Part 1
Plant Design Lifecycle: The Information Continuum from CapEx to OpEx
Industrial Internet of Things Bears Fruit with Connected Services for Plant Assets and Fleet Migration  
Managing Industrial Cyber Security Risks - Part 2  
12 – 2 PM: Lunch
2 - 3:30 PM  Oil & Gas Process Power CPG/Food Life Sciences Auto/Aero
Best Practices for Developing Organizational Structure for Securing and Managing Automation and IT    
Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence: Business Results from Manufacturing Intelligence, Analytics, and Industrial Internet of Things - Part 2  
Connected Asset Performance Management: Where Industrial Internet of Things Gets Real - Part 2  
Connecting Far-Flung Sites and Devices    
​​MTConnect for Internet of Things

4 - 5:30 PM
Maximizing Benefits through Control and Information Convergence
Workforce Improvement through Targeted Training
Operator Training Simulators, Immersive Training Simulators, Augmented Reality, and Gaming
Internet of Things in the Supply Chain  
Machines as a Service Enabler  
            7 - 9:30 PM:  Dinner, Entertainment, and Fireworks at Epcot, Sponsored by Siemens

Thursday, February 12

7 - 8:30 AM:  Networking Breakfast
8:30 - 10 AM  Oil & Gas Process Power CPG/Food Life Sciences Auto/Aero
Efficient Automation Execution Brings Effectiveness in Operations
New Cyber Security Approaches for ICS/IIoT Resilience and Cyber-safety - MIT-(IC)3
10:30 AM - 12 PM
Process Control and Safety Systems:  Separate, Interfaced, or Integrated?      
Developing Cyber Security Metrics and Disrupting the Vulnerability Ecosystem - MIT-(IC)3
12 PM:  Forum Ends with Boxed Lunches


Innovations Showcase

New industry solutions are on display at the Innovations Showcase.  The Showcase provides an excellent opportunity for executives to assess the potential for emerging applications in production management, interoperability, virtual manufacturing, process improvement, asset management, operations management, supply chain synchronization, and more.  Exhibits have application scenarios for attendees to see how emerging technologies are applied to help solve issues across all industries.

The Showcase is open during the Monday Evening Reception and during breakfasts, breaks, and lunches.  It is held adjacent to the forum where refreshments are served.





The Forum is held at the Renaissance Orlando Hotel in Orlando, Florida.

Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld
6677 Sea Harbor Drive
Orlando, Florida  32821

The Renaissance is currently sold out.  ARC has arranged a block of rooms at the Residence Inn Orlando at SeaWorld which is less than a half mile and a 5-10 minute walk from the Renaissance (walking directions between hotels:  To book your hotel room at the ARC Forum 2015 group rate of $144 per night, please use this dedicated booking website by February 2nd. 

Residence Inn Orlando at SeaWorld (Sold Out)
11000 Westwood Blvd.
Orlando, Florida 32821

Alternate Hotels
The following hotels are also within a mile of the Renaissance.

Marriott Properties:
Fairfield Inn & Suites Orlando at SeaWorld
SpringHill Suites Orlando at SeaWorld
Marriott's Grande Vista

Hilton Properties:
Hilton Garden Inn Orlando at SeaWorld
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Orlando at SeaWorld
Hilton Grand Vacations Suitess at SeaWorld

Orlando Visiting Information
Please contact Orlando's Visitor Information Center at 407-363-5874,, for information regarding current events in Orlando.  For discounted attractions in Orlando, please visit Orlando Convention Aid website.  Their on-line travel guide offers discounts to restaurants, golf, attractions, nightlife, shopping, and more, including making dinner reservations for you.


Previous Attendees

The following companies have attended recent ARC forums:

Aera Energy
Agilent Technologies
Air Liquide
Air Products & Chemicals
Akzo Nobel
Alliance Pipeline
AMEC Natural Resources
American Axle & Manufacturing
Anglo American
Applied Materials
Applied Technologies
Aquarius Software
Aramco Services
ArcelorMittal Dofasco
Arch Coal
Archer Daniels Midland
Arthrex Manufacturing
Asahi Electronics
Ashland Water Technologies
Aspen Technology
Automation Federation
B&R Industrial Automation
Baker Hughes
Bayer CropScience
Beckhoff Automation
Bedrock Automation
Bentley Systems
BHP Billiton
Boise Cascade
Bosch Rexroth
Bristol Myers Squibb
British American Tobacco
Cardinal Ethanol
Cambell Soup
Celanese Chemicals
Cenovus Energy
CF Industries
CH Robinson Worldwide
Chemtech Engenharia
China Yangzte Power
Church & Dwight
Cisco Systems
City of Des Moines
City of Lakeland
City of Orlando
Cognizant Technology Solutions
Connacher Oil and Gas
Consumers Energy
Continental Mills
Cooper Industries
Dakota Gasification
Dassault Systèmes
DC Water and Sewer Authority
Del Monte Foods
Descartes Systems Group
Dolphin Energy
Dominion Virginia Power
Dow Chemical
Dow Kokam
DTE Energy
Duke Energy
Dust Networks
Electro-Matic Products
Elkay Manufacturing
Elipse Software
Emerson Process Management
EQUATE Petrochemical
Ergon Refining
Evonik Degussa
FDT Group
Fieldbus Foundation
Flint Hills Resources
Ford Motor
Fractionation Research
Freeport McMoran
Gallus Pharmaceuticals
GE Aviation
GE Intelligent Platforms
GE Energy
General Dynamics
General Mills
General Motors
Georgia Institute of Technology
Goodrich Petroleum
Goodyear Tire & Rubber
Goss International
Greater Cincinnati Water Works
HART Communication Foundation
HCL Technologies
HIMA Americas
Hirschmann Automation & Control
Honeywell Process Solutions
Husky Energy
Idaho National Laboratory
ILS Technology
Independen Belgian Refinery
Inductive Automation
Industrial Defender
Industrial Evolution
Innominate Security Technologies
International Paper
Iscar Metals
JDA Software
JHP Pharmaceuticals
John Deere
Johnson & Johnson
Joy Mining Machinery
Kepware Technologies
Keystone Foods
Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies
Kraft Foods
L&T Infotech
Lakeland Companies
Lakeland Electric
LifeCare Services
Lockheed Martin
Lopez Foods
M+W Automation
M.G. Bryan Equipment
Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
Manufacturing Connection
Marathon Electric
Mark Andy
Maverick Technologies
Mentor Graphics
Met-Mex Penoles
Mettler Toledo
MGM Resorts International
Minnesota Power
Mitsubishi Electric
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 
Mohawk Fine Papers
Momentive Specialty Chemicals
Monster Cable
Morgan Stanley
Mori Seiki
Motiva Enterprises
Mynah Technologies
Nalco Champiion
North West Redwater Partnership
Northwest Analytics
NOVA Chemicals
Nucor Steel
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Okuma America
Oniqua MRO Analytics
OPC Foundation
Opto 22
Orlando Utilities Commission
Owens Corning
Pacific Gas & Electric
Pacific Northwest National Lab
Palmer Foundry
Paper Converting Machine
Parker Hannifin
Patti Engineering
PCN Technology
Petro Rabigh
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Phoenix Contact
POSC Caesar
Pro Mach
Procter & Gamble
Profibus & Profinet International
Public Service Co. of New Mexico
Quiet Logistics
Rackspace Hosting
Red Arrow Logistics
Reliance Industries
Rich Products
Richie Media Productions
Robotic Parking Systems
Rockwell Automation
Ryder System
Sans Institute
Sasol North America
Sasol Synfuels
Sasol Technology
Saudi Aramco
Savannah River Nuclear Solutions
Schneider Electric
Schnitzer Steel
Selas Fluid Processing
Shaw Power Group
Shell Exploration & Production
Shell Global Solutions
Siemens Energy
Siemens Industry
Siemens Westinghouse Power
SKF Reliability Systems
Skkynet Cloud Systems
Smurfit-Stone Container
Sony Electronics
Southern Company
Stone Technologies
Suncor Energy
Sustainable Plant
Tata Consultancy Services
Telecom Industry Assoc.
Tetra Pak
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Toyota Motor Manufacturing
Trend Micro
U.S. Corrugated
U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security
Universal Parks & Resorts
Valero Energy
Vallourec & Mannesmann do Brasil
Ventyx, an ABB Co.
Walt Disney World
Waters Corporation
Wells Enterprises
Wipro Technologies
Woodward Governor
Worley Parsons
Wurldtech Security Technologies
Wunderlich Malec Engineering
Yanbu National Petrochemical