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Presenting the 20th Annual ARC Industry Forum

Industry in Transition:  Navigating the New Age of Innovation

February 8-11, 2016 - Orlando, Florida

Industrial companies are beginning to move beyond the computer-enhanced business models of the late twentieth century.  Many are embracing new models that take advantage of intelligent connected products coupled with potent software and analytics.  Expect to see innovations in smarter products, new service and operating models, new production techniques, and new approaches to design and sourcing.   Also anticipate changes throughout the value network with new partners and new opportunities, along with new competitors and new threats.  

Expressed using terms such as Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Smart Manufacturing, Industrie 4.0, Digitization, and Connected Enterprise, these concepts are clearly moving past the hype stage to the point where real solutions are emerging backed by strong associated business cases.

How will inexpensive, easy-to-install sensors change existing products and plants?  Will cyber security concerns impede disruptive innovation?   What kind of intelligence will machines have and what value will this bring?  What role will Wi-Fi and LTE play?  How do Big Data and predictive and prescriptive analytics enable operational change?  What is the opportunity in aftermarket services?  What software capabilities are needed to achieve transformational change?  Which industries are already changing?  What steps can organizations take to foster innovative thinking?

Join us at the 20th annual ARC Industry Forum to learn more about how this industrial transformation will unfold. Discover what other companies are doing today to prepare for the new age of industrial innovation and how they expect to improve their business performance by doing so.

ARC Industry Forum 2015 Orlando 

 

Who Should Attend

ARC's Industry Forum is a must-attend event for:

  • CEOs, COOs, and Presidents
  • CFOs, VPs, and Directors of Finance
  • CIOs and CTOs
  • VPs and Directors of IT
  • VPs, Directors, and Managers of Operations
  • VPs, Directors, and Managers of Engineering
  • VPs, Directors, and Managers of New Projects
  • VPs, Directors, and Managers of Procurement
  • VPs, Directors, and Managers of Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Directors, Managers and Architects of Automation and Enterprise Integration
  • Plant Managers and Supervisors
  • Production Managers and Supervisors

In past Forums, over 50% of the attendees have titles like Chairman, CXO, President, Vice President, Director, or Partner.

 

Benefits of Attending

Top ten reasons for attending ARC's Industry Forum:

  • Learn about new technologies, new practices, and emerging standards
  • See the latest product releases from leading suppliers
  • Hear how others are solving some of your most challenging problems
  • Discuss your issues and ideas with peers, suppliers, and ARC Analysts
  • Network with colleagues and develop valuable relationships with peer and supplier executives
  • Expand your knowledge by attending sessions from many exciting programs
  • Discover new ways to breakdown cultural, organizational, and contractual barriers
  • Collaborate with peers on shared problems like limited capital, aging workforce, etc.
  • Impress your boss and colleagues with new fresh ideas to improve performance
  • Inject your requirements into supplier product roadmaps

Attendee Testimonials from Previous Forums

"ARC’s Forum provides a great opportunity to network, along with interesting presentations about top notch topics."

Andreas Wernsdörfer
Vice President, Automation & Electrical Engineering

 

 

"It’s my first time to attend ARC’s Orlando Forum and I would have to say — to say the least actually — it has exceeded my expectations."

Ashraf Ghazzawi
General Supervisor, Process Control Division

Saudi Aramco 

 

"The format [of the Forum session] with short presentations and then small group breakouts is brilliant.  Provides fresh and relevant discussions.  One of the best I've seen."

Mary T. Bunzel
Worldwide Industry Leader, Manufacturing

 

 

Keynote Speakers

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

Michael Carroll
Michael CarrollVice President, Innovation & Operations Excellence
Georgia-Pacific

Michael joined Georgia-Pacific in 2010 to focus his technological and entrepreneurial talents on innovation and leadership. Prior to that he and a partner formed McTech Group, a company focused on innovative products for the building products and construction industry. In addition to his Executive Vice President responsibilities, Michael formed a Joint Venture designed to sell consumer “DIY” products to big box retailers like Wal-Mart, Home Depot, and Lowe’s. Previous positions include Director of Operations at Riverwood International, CEO of North and South American Operations at Shepherd, and Principal Change Agent at Mead Paper.

Sandy Vasser
Sandy VasserFacilities I&E Manager
ExxonMobil Development

Sandy has been with Exxon or ExxonMobil for over 35 years and has been involved in a number of Upstream projects covering offshore facilities, onshore facilities, and cogeneration facilities. He currently manages a team of about 120 electrical and I&C professionals responsible for the design, installation, and commissioning of electrical generation and distribution systems, process control systems, and safety instrumented systems for all major ExxonMobil Upstream capital projects. This team is also responsible for developing, promoting and implementing strategies, practices, processes, and tools for successfully executing project automation and electrical activities.

Don Bartusiak
Don BartusiakChief Engineer, Process Control
ExxonMobil Research & Engineering

Don is responsible for setting technology strategy for instrumentation, process analytics, control systems, and applications for ExxonMobil, including interactions with other ExxonMobil companies regarding process control.  He assists line management with career development of about 900 process control staff globally.  He has 25 years of experience in ExxonMobil as an individual contributor (real-time artificial intelligence, regulatory control, real-time optimization, and non-linear model predictive control) and in management positions.  He has authored 4 patents and 9 articles.  Don will discuss ExxonMobil's vision for next-generation of open & secure automation systems (see a portion of the press release below).

SPRING, TX – Jan. 14, 2016 — ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company (EMRE) has awarded Lockheed Martin a contract to serve as the systems integrator in the early stage development of a next-generation open and secure automation system for process industries. Lockheed Martin will be responsible for the advanced processing architecture working with EMRE in this pre-development phase. As part of this research phase, Lockheed Martin will be conducting an Industry Day on Jan. 26, 2016 and will solicit Requests for Information (RFIs) from industry in support of the new system...

Rob High
Rob HighVice President and Chief Technology Officer, Watson Solutions
IBM Software Group

Rob has overall responsibility to drive Watson Solutions technical strategy and thought leadership. He works collaboratively with the Watson engineering, research, and development teams across IBM. Prior to joining Watson Solutions, Rob was Chief Architect for the SOA Foundation and member of the IBM Academy of Technology. He championed an open industry architectural definition of the principles of business and IT alignment enabled by SOA and business process optimization, as well as ensuring IBM's software and services portfolio is architecturally grounded to enable for efficient SOA-based solutions. Rob has 37 years of programming experience and has worked with distributed, object-oriented, component-based transaction monitors for the last 26 years.

Partial List of Speakers

The following executives are among those who will present at the Forum.  Click on the speaker name to view brief bio and picture. 

  
  
  
Aaron BeazleyTechnical Director, APM Product ManagementBentley Systems
Ali MaamorPrincipal Engineer, Instrumentation and Control EngineeringPETRONAS
Andrew GinterVice President, Industrial SecurityWaterfall Security Solutions
Andrew JohnsonEngineering SupervisorSalt River Project
Andrew KlingDirector, Technology and ProcessSchneider Electric
Andy RobinsonInformation Systems ConsultantAvid Solutions
Barak PerelmanCEOIndegy
Barend SnymanVice President, Product ManagementJoy Global
Bernie CookDirector, Maintenance and DiagnosticsDuke Energy
Bill GillettePresidentLogiLube
Bill Larson Director, Process ImprovementCSX Transportation
Blake MoretSr. Vice President, Control Products & Solutions Rockwell Automation
Brad NeurothPrincipal Automation EngineerBausch+Lomb
Brandon LakeSr. Business Systems Analyst, AvangridIberdrola Renewables
Brandon PerkinsGlobal Product Marketing Leader, Asset Performance ManagementGE Digital
Brian AtkinsonSr. Application Development ConsultantEmerson Process Management
Brian ParsonnetChief Technology OfficerSeeq
Bryce PolandBrilliant Factory Leader, Advanced Manufacturing OrganizationGE Transportation
Carl StjernfeldtSenior Venture PrincipalShell Technology Ventures
Carol EidtAutomation & Process Control Division ManagerExxonMobil Research and Engineering
Carrie SchallerI/T Director, Manufacturing OperationsDow Chemical
Christian BrefkaSr. Manager, Digital Manufacturing SolutionsTE Connectivity
Colin MassonIndustry Solutions Director, ManufacturingMicrosoft Business Solutions
Dan HazenProduct Marketing ManagerMKS Instruments
David DeLaRosaVice President, Industrial IoTTelit
David DrakeCEOAMI
David FunderburgTechnology Manager, Process AutomationABB
David GarrettSr. Process Automation LeaderTrinseo
David GasdiaMaximo Offering Manager, IoT SoftwareIBM Watson Solutions
David LaffertyPresidentScientific Technical Services
David VaskoDirector, Advanced Technology Strategic DevelopmentRockwell Automation
David WidegrenHead, Engineering Processes SupportCERN – European Organization for Nuclear Research
David ZahnChief Marketing OfficerPAS
Dean BartlesChief Manufacturing OfficerUI Labs
Dennis MitchellSr. Vice President, Business DevelopmentThingWorx
Don BartusiakChief Engineer, Process ControlExxonMobil Research & Engineering
Earlene GibbonsSr. Director, Operational TechnologyUnited Therapeutics
Ed Kovler Lead Business Solutions ArchitectPJM Interconnection
Eddie HabibiFounder & CEOPAS
Edwin Van DijkGlobal Marketing Director BlueCielo ECM Solutions
Emilio ParamoHead, Systems and TelecommunicationsDAK Americas
Enrique HerreraMarket Principal OSIsoft
Eric FeldmeyerGlobal OT Cyber Security LeaderDuPont
Erin DelormeECM Analyst/Project ManagerConocoPhillips
Francis GouillartPresidentExperience Co-Creation Partnership
Fred YentzCEOTelit IoT Platforms
Gary McDanelManager, Information Management GroupU.S. Bureau of Reclamation
Glen MutscherGlobal Director, Manufacturing & Engineering  Dow Chemical 
Greg LaFramboiseWireless Technology Lead (Retired)Chevron
Greg LivelliGlobal Product Group Manager, Flow MeasurementABB
Gunther KegelCEOPepperl+Fuchs
Hans De LeenheerVice President of MarketingTrendMiner
Hugh RoddyVice President, Global Engineering & Project ManagementChobani
Jan TheissenDirector, Strategy & Methods, Global Purchasing, and Materials ManagementAGCO
Jean-Philippe ProvencherVice President, Manufacturing Strategy and Solutions PTC
Jeff FleemanDirector, Advanced Transmission Studies & TechnologiesAmerican Electric Power
Jeff GrayProgram Lead, Industrial Control Systems Joint Working GroupU.S. Department of Homeland Security
Jeff MelrosePrincipal Technology Strategist for CybersecurityISA Security Compliance Institute
Jeffrey SmithPresident & CEOLogixWISE
Jeffrey TazelaarGlobal Visibillity Leader, Supply Chain Center of ExcellenceDow Chemical
Jeremy ColemanControl Room SupervisorNW Natural
Jesus Flores-CerrilloAssociate R&D DirectorPraxair
Jim WetzelDirector, Global ReliabilityGeneral Mills
Jimmy AsherDirector, Product StrategySavigent Software
John CusimanoDirector, Industrial CybersecurityaeSolutions
John DyerDirector, Workforce and Economic DevelopmentAmerican Association of Community Colleges
John GraciaSystem Consultant, Lifecycle ServicesYokogawa
John TraynorChief Operating OfficerC-Labs
Jon PetersonSr. Vice President, Products and CustomersSeeq
Joseph McMullenDirector of Product MarketingSchneider Electric
Julian AtchiaR&D DirectorSJE Rhombus
Karl SchneebauerPartner ManagerMPDV USA
Keith DicharryProcess Control, Automation, & Electrical DirectorBASF
Keith HollidayPresidentGlobal Drilling Support
Kevin KelleyProcess Control ForemanSolvay Chemicals
Kevin PriceProduct DirectorInfor
Kevin StarrDirector, Advanced ServicesABB
Lee HutsonPlant Quality DirectorBaxter Healthcare
Leon UrbasHead, Process Systems Engineering GroupTechnische Universität Dresden
Lior FrenkelCEO and Co-founderWaterfall Security Solutions
Lungile BinzaChief Information OfficerSouth African Mint
Mark DavisonVice President & CIODelek US Holdings (Refining)
Mark PyattSr. Director, Global Oil & GasSAP
Maryanne SteidingerDirector, Product Marketing, Operations, Asset Management, and InformationSchneider Electric
Matt OrcuttDirector, Customer ExperienceIngersoll Rand
Matthew WellsGeneral Manager, Automation SoftwareGE Digital
Maulik PatelGlobal Implementation DirectorDow Chemical
Maura AbadGlobal CoordinatorReliabilityweb.com
Maurice WilkinsVice President, Strategic Technology Marketing CenterYokogawa
Michael CallananCEOMosaic Learning
Michael CarrollVice President, Innovation & Operations ExcellenceGeorgia-Pacific
Michael DudzicGeneral Manager, Process AutomationArcelorMittal Dofasco
Michael HackneyVice President of ProductsRailComm
Michael KraussSenior Automation ManagerBASF
Michael MarloweManaging DirectorAutomation Federation
Michael McEneryPresidentMcEnery Automation
Michael MurrayGeneral Manager, Industrial Sensing GroupAnalog Devices
Michael RichmondExecutive DirectorOpen Interconnect Consortium
Michiel TijsselingProcess Automation Leader, Gulfstream ProgramDow Chemical
Mike BrooksPresident & COOMtell
Mike MatlockSr. Vice President, Customer SustainabilityMeridium
Mitchell SepaughProject Manager, Industrial Systems National Consortium for Mission Critical Operations
Nate KubeChief Technology Officer and FounderWurldtech
Nikunj MehtaFounder and CEOFalkonry
Paolo AndreussiProfessor of Chemical EngineeringUniversity of Pisa
Patrik BooGlobal Product Manager, Process AutomationABB
Paul BorisCIO, Advanced Manufacturing StrategyGE Corporate
Paul CamutiSr. Vice President of Innovation and Chief Technology OfficerIngersoll Rand
Penny ChenSr. Principal Technology StrategistYokogawa
Per LundmarkSenior Expert, Operator EffectivenessCGM
Peter BentleyGlobal Channel Development, IoT Strategy & Emerging MarketsOSIsoft
Peter TerwieschPresident, Process AutomationABB
Raghu NarayanHead, Engineering and Technology DivisionAramco Services
Rahul ChillarSenior Product Manager GE Digital
Rahul GargGlobal Senior Director, Industrial Machinery and Heavy EquipmentSiemens PLM Software
Rick DolezalVice President, Lifecycle ServicesABB
Rick TissierControls and Electrical Engineering LeaderJost Chemical
Rob BurnettIT LeaderGE Transportation
Rob HighVice President and Chief Technology OfficerIBM Watson Solutions
Rob McGreevyVice President, Operations, Information, and Asset ManagementSchneider Electric Software
Rob MillerDirector and General Manager, Global SolutionsFlowserve
Rob O'ReillySenior Member Technical StaffAnalog Devices
Rocky RowlandProduction ManagerMazak
Ron CiscoO&M SupervisorSalt River Project
Ron ZielinskiVice President, Global Customer ServiceCoherent
Ronald NijssenSr. Consultant Process AutomationSiemens
Samara MooreSenior Manager, CIP Security & ComplianceExelon
Sandy VasserFacilities I&E ManagerExxonMobil Development
Sanjay KarveHead, Innovation and Transformation GroupTata Consultancy Services
Sara BermudezProcess Control Engineer, Engineering SolutionsDow Chemical
Scott JohnsonCEODevicify
Scott MourierGlobal Process Automation SIS LeaderDow Chemical
Seth MurthuramanCondition Monitoring EngineerSSE
Sharla DeFrainProcess Automation Project ManagerDow Corning
Sharul RashidPrincipal Engineer, Instrumentation and Control Maintenance DepartmentPETRONAS
Shawn AndersonSr.  Research Specialist, Advanced TechnologyFisher Flow Controls
Shmulik AranCEONextNine
Siri VaradanDirector, Product Management ABB Enterprise Software
Stephen HuffmanChairman, Government Relations CommitteeAutomation Federation
Stephen SladeDirectorOracle
Steve BitarR&D Program ManagerExxonMobil Research and Engineering
Steve MustardPresident and CEONational Automation
Steve PavloskySr. Product ManagerGE Automation & Controls
Steve SchneebeliDirector of Engineering/ITMalisko Engineering
Stuart MadnickProfessor of Information Technologies and Professor of Engineering Systems  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Subhash SakorikarDirector and Global Head, Customer Experience Management Tata Consultancy Services
Taylor DepewEngineering SpecialistOwens Corning
Terrence O'HanlonPublisherUptime Magazine
Thomas BurkePresident & Executive DirectorOPC Foundation
Thomas EdgarProfessor of Chemical EngineeringUniversity of Texas
Thomas HedbergMechanical Engineer, Systems Integration DivisionNational Institute of Standards and Technology
Thomas MayerChief Operating OfficerRenault Sport Formula 1 Team
Tom MoroneyVice President, Wells and Facilities TechnologiesShell Projects & Technology
Travis CoxCo-Director, Sales EngineeringInductive Automation
Tyler WilliamsManager, PCD IT Security Shell Global Solutions
Uday DeshpandeSr. Director, Global Electrical Systems Engineering Ingersoll Rand
Usman ShujaVice President, Market DevelopmentSparkCognition
Warren KurisuDirector of Product Management, Embedded Systems DivisionMentor Graphics
Welton DavisInformation Technology LeadJohnson & Johnson
Wil ChinVice President, Marketing and Business DevelopmentUnited Electric Controls
Yousef Abdel-MotyDirector, Locomotive EngineeringCSX

Agenda by Industry

Following is the preliminary schedule for the Forum by industry focus.  Times and sessions are subject to change.  

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

Sunday, February 7 - Super Bowl Reception, 6-10 PM, The Upper Deck

Monday, February 8 - Forum Opening Day Workshop Sessions

9 AM - 12 PM   Oil & Gas Process Power CPG/Food Life Sciences Auto/Aero
Cybersecurity Workshop I:  The Use of Competency Models in Defining Cybersecurity Skills - The Automation Federation

 

12:30 - 1:30 PM
Unidirectional Communications - Technology, Use Cases, and Proven Benefits    
2 PM
Cybersecurity Workshop II:  DHS Update    
Developing the Future Workforce Leaders in an Evolving Manufacturing World
Realizing IIoT-Enabled Machines  
4 PM
Cybersecurity Workshop III:  Cybersecurity and the Plant Engineer
Plant Asset Management Maturity Assessment
Demonstrating Smart Manufacturing Results in Process and Hybrid Industries
12-6 PM:  Supplier Press Conferences
6-9 PM:  ARC Welcome Reception

Tuesday, February 9

7 - 8:30 AM:  Networking Breakfast
8:30 – 10 AM:  Keynote Presentations
10:30 AM – 12 PM:  Executive Panel
12 - 2 PM:  Lunch
1:15-1:45 PM:  ABB Workshop: Survey Results - What Keeps Plant Managers, Manufacturing Engineers, and Operators Up at Night
2 - 3:30 PM  Oil & Gas Process Power CPG/Food Life Sciences Auto/Aero
How Much Is Your Aging Control System Costing You, and How Much Life Does It Have Left?       
Industrial Cybersecurity Management - Part 1          
Dare to Disrupt      
Smart Connected Machines
The Golden Age of Machine Learning    
4 - 5:30 PM
Ethernet and IP for Process Field Devices      
Industrial Cybersecurity Management - Part 2      
Moving to Predictive Maintenance with Industrial Internet of Things    
Industrial Internet of Things Machinery Ecosystems that Leverage the Digital Thread    
Analytics in the Age of the Industrial Internet of Things
6 PM:  Evening Reception

Wednesday, February 10

7 - 8:30 AM:  Networking Breakfast
7 - 8:30 AM:  GE Breakfast (invitation only)
8:30 – 10 AM:  Keynote and Executive Panel
10:30 AM - 12 PM  Oil & Gas Process Power CPG/Food Life Sciences Auto/Aero
Managing Major Automation Projects to Drive Business Value
Enterprise Manufacturing Operational Intelligence:  The Future Is Now  
The Intersection of Enterprise Asset Management and Industrial Internet of Things
Next Gen Operator and Immersive Training Simulators for All Workers  
Operators of the Future:  Changing Roles and New Approaches    
12 – 2 PM: Lunch
​12 - 2 PM:  Wurldtech, A GE Company, Lunch (invitation only)
2 - 3:30 PM  Oil & Gas Process Power CPG/Food Life Sciences Auto/Aero
IT/OT - The Organizational Design Dilemma    
IT/OT Convergence:  Linking Legacy to an Industrial Internet of Things World  
Minimizing Safety Risks with Asset Performance Management      
Enterprise Manufacturing Operational Intelligence:  Analyzing and Visualizing Data    
Designing the Smart Connected Product  
4 - 5:30 PM
Modularization:  Driving the Future of Process Automation    
IT/OT Convergence:  Safely Linking Legacy with OPC and OIC to an Industrial Internet of Things World
Service Performance Management by OEMs with Industrial Internet of Things  ​
Leveraging Smart Field Systems to Create Value in Process Industries
​​Building the Smart Connected Factory of the Future
            6:30 - 9:30 PM:  Dinner Reception at SeaWorld Antartica, Sponsored by ABB

Thursday, February 11

7 - 8:30 AM:  Networking Breakfast
8:30 - 10 AM  Oil & Gas Process Power CPG/Food Life Sciences Auto/Aero
Maximizing Benefits through Control and Information Convergence - Part 1
Building a Supply Chain Control Tower for Industrial Internet of Things Visibility
Industrial Internet of Things Enriches Remote Monitoring
10:30 AM - 12 PM
Maximizing Benefits through Control and Information Convergence - Part 2
Industrial Process Analytics:  Predicting Events Impacting Your Process      
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.

ARC Industry Forum 2015 Orlando 

 

 

Location

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

Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld
6677 Sea Harbor Drive
Orlando, Florida  32821
renaissanceseaworldorlando.com

The Renaissance is currently sold out.  It's a busy week in Orlando, unfortunately, as other hotels are also sold out.  ARC has arranged a block of rooms at the Fairfield Inn at Marriott Village Please contact Rachael Karam at 407-938-4997 and mention the ARC Forum to get the special rate.

If you are having difficulty getting a hotel room, please contact Russ King.  

Orlando Visiting Information
Please contact Orlando's Visitor Information Center at 407-363-5874, www.visitorlando.com, 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.

 

To Register

Forum Fee

The Forum fee is $2,995.  The fee includes breakfast and lunch each day; receptions on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings; and all program materials.  Group rates are available.  Please call 781​-471-1175 or contact us for more information. 

Registration Methods

Please use one of the following methods to register for the Forum:

Opportunity for Millennials

ARC is offering free forum tickets to all young professionals from end user companies in the industry with under 3 years of work experience. This Forum provides young professionals a unique opportunity to learn and interact with industry leaders.  Please call 781-471-1175 to register.

Cancellations and Substitutions

Substitutions may be made at any time at no additional charge. The registration fee is fully refundable up to three weeks prior to the Forum date. A 50% cancellation fee will be assessed after that date. All cancellations must be received in writing.

 

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Speaking Opportunities

For information on nominating a speaker for the forum, please visit our Speaking Opportunities page.

Sponsorship Opportunities

For information on opportunities for sponsoring the forum, please contact your client manager or contact us.

 

Previous Attendees

The following companies have attended recent ARC forums:

3M
ABB
Accenture
Aera Energy
Aerotech
aeSolutions
Agilent Technologies
Agrium
Air Liquide
Air Products & Chemicals
Akzo Nobel
Alcoa
Alliance Coal
Alliance Pipeline
AMEC Natural Resources
American Axle & Manufacturing
Anglo American
Apache
Applied Materials
Applied Technologies
Apprion
Aquarius Software
Aramco Services
ArcelorMittal Dofasco
Arch Coal
Archer Daniels Midland
Areva
Arthrex Manufacturing
Asahi Electronics
Ashland Water Technologies
Aspen Technology
AT&T
Atos
Automation Federation
AVEVA
AVID Solutions
Axeda
Axiall
Azbil
B+B Smartworx
B&R Industrial Automation
Baker Hughes
Barilla
BASF
Bayer MaterialScience
Bechtel
Beckhoff Automation
Bedrock Automation
Bentley Systems
BHP Billiton
Blackrock
Bobst
Boeing
Boise Cascade
BorgWarner
Bosch Rexroth
BP
Brady
Braskem
Bristol Myers Squibb
British American Tobacco
Brock Solutions
C-Labs
Cardinal Ethanol
Cal-Amp
Cambell Soup
Cargill
Celanese Chemicals
Cenovus Energy
CF Industries
CH Robinson Worldwide
Chemtech
Chevron
China Yangzte Power
Chiyoda
Church & Dwight
Cisco Systems
City of Des Moines
City of Lakeland
City of Orlando
Clean Coal Solutions
Coca-Cola
Cognizant Technology Solutions
Comau
Compressor Controls
Conagra Foods
Connacher Oil and Gas
ConocoPhillips
Consumers Energy
Continental Mills
Cooper Industries
Corning
Country Maid
CSIA
Cummins
Dakota Gasification
Danaher
Danfoss Drives
Dassault Systèmes
DC Water and Sewer Authority
Del Monte Foods
Dell
Descartes Systems Group
Digital Bond
DMS Global
Dolphin Energy
Dominion Virginia Power
Dow Chemical
Dow Kokam
DTE Energy
Duke Energy
DuPont
Dust Networks
Eaton
ei3
Electro-Matic Products
Elkay Manufacturing
Elipse Software
EMC
Emerson Process Management
Endress+Hauser
EnerNOC
EQUATE Petrochemical
Ergon Refining
Evonik Degussa
Exelon Energy
Expertune
ExxonMobil
FDT Group
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Festo
Fiatech
Fieldbus Foundation
Fieldcomm Group
Flint Hills Resources
Flowserve
Ford Motor
Fractionation Research
Freeport McMoran
Gallus Pharmaceuticals
GE Aviation
GE Intelligent Platforms
GE Energy
General Dynamics
General Mills
General Motors
Genpact
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia-Pacific
GlaxoSmithKline
Goodrich Petroleum
Goodyear Tire & Rubber
Goss International
Gray Matter Systems
Graybar
Greater Cincinnati Water Works
HART Communication Foundation
Hatch
HCL Technologies
Heineken Supply Chain
HIMA Americas
Hirschmann Automation & Contro
Hitachil
Honda
Honeywell Process Solutions
HubHead
Husky Energy
iBASEt
IBM
ICONICS
Idaho National Laboratory
IFS
iGATE
ILS Technology
Independen Belgian Refinery
Inductive Automation
Industrial Defender
Industrial Evolution
Infor
Infosys
Innominate Security Technologies
INOVx Solutions
InSinkErator
Intel
Intergraph
Integration Objects
International Paper
Invistics
ISA
Iscar Metals
Japan Petroleum Energy Center
JDA Software
JGC
JHP Pharmaceuticals
JMA Wireless
John Deere
Johnson & Johnson
Joltech
Joy Mining Machinery
KapStone
Kennametal
Kepware Technologies
Keystone Foods
Kimberly-Clark
Kollmorgen
Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies
Kraft Foods
KUKA
L&T Infotech
Lafarge
Laird
Lakeland Companies
Lakeland Electric
Larsen & Toubro Infotech
Leverx
LifeCare Services
Lockheed Martin
Lopez Foods
Loram Maintenance of Way
Lowe's
LyondellBasell
M+W Automation
M.G. Bryan Equipment
Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
Manufacturing Connection
Marathon Electric
Mark Andy
Massachusetts Inst. of Technology
Maverick Technologies
MaxGrip
Mazak
McAfee
Mead O'Brien
Mentor Graphics
Meridium
MESA
Met-Mex Penoles
Metso
Mettler Toledo
MGM Resorts International
Microsoft
MillerCoors
MIMOSA
Minnesota Power
Mitsubishi Electric
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Mitutoyo America 
Mohawk Fine Papers
Momentive Specialty Chemicals
Monster Cable
Morgan Stanley
Mori Seiki
Motiva Enterprises
Motorola
Mynah Technologies
Nalco Champiion
NAMUR
National Instruments
NEMA
Nestec
Nestlé
Nexen
NextNine
Nimbus Services
NIST
North West Redwater Partnership
Northwest Analytics
NOVA Chemicals
NovaTech
NRG Energy
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Nucor Steel
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Ocean Data Systems
ODVA
Okuma America
OLDI
OMAC
Omron
Oniqua MRO Analytics
OPC Foundation
OpenText
Opto 22
Oracle
Orlando Utilities Commission
OSIsoft
Owens Corning
Pacific Gas & Electric
Pacific Northwest National Lab
Palmer Foundry
Panasonic
Panduit
Paper Converting Machine
Parker Hannifin
PAS
Patti Engineering
PCN Technology
PEECO
Pepperl+Fuchs
PepsiCo
Petro Rabigh
Petrobras
Pfizer
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Phoenix Contact
Pitney Bowes
PLCopen
PMMI
POSC Caesar
Praxair
Pro Mach
Procter & Gamble
Profibus & Profinet International
Prosoft Technology
ProSys
PTC
Public Service Co. of New Mexico
Pyramid Solutions
Quiet Logistics
Rackspace Hosting
Red Arrow Logistics
Red Lion
Reichhold
Reliance Industries
Rich Products
Robotic Parking Systems
Rocha Controls
Rockwell Automation
Rolls-Royce
Rolta
Rotork
Ryder System
Sabic
Sabisu
Safety Dynamics
Saffron Technology
SAIC
Sandia National Laboratories
Sandvik Coromant
Sans Institute
SAP
Sasol North America
Sasol Synfuels
Sasol Technology
Saudi Aramco
Savannah River Nuclear Solutions
Savigent Software
Schlumberger
Schneider Electric
Schnitzer Steel
Seeq
Sekuworks
Selas Fluid Processing
Setpoint
Shaw Power Group
Shell Exploration & Production
Shell Global Solutions
Siemens 
SKF Reliability Systems
Skkynet Cloud Systems
SMLC
Smurfit-Stone Container
Software Toolbox
Solaris Management
Sony Electronics
Southern Company
Stanley Aeroscout Industrial
Statoil
STEP Tools
Stone Technologies
STX OSV
Styron
Suncor Energy
Supcon
Sustainable Plant
Tata Consultancy Services
Telecom Industry Assoc.
Telenav
Tennessee Valley Authority
Tensile Capital
Tetra Pak
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Thermo Systems
ThingWorx
ThyssenKrupp
Toshiba
TOTAL
Toyota Motor Manufacturing
Trend Micro
Trimble
Trinseo
Unilever
U.S. Corrugated
U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security
UCLA
United Electric Controls
Universal Parks & Resorts
Vale
Valero Energy
Vallourec & Mannesmann do Brasil
Vanderbilt University
Vecco
VIA Information Tools
WAGO
Walmart
Walt Disney World
Waterfall Security Solutions
Waters Corporation
Wells Enterprises
Wells Fargo
Whirlpool
White Cloud Security
Wipro Technologies
Woodward Governor
Worley Parsons
Wurldtech Security Technologies
Wunderlich Malec Engineering
Xerox
Xstrata
Yanbu National Petrochemical
Yaskawa
Yokogawa
YPF