Massimo Banzi Arduino - Co-founder, Chairman & CMO Massimo Banzi is an interaction designer, educator, open-source hardware pioneer, and TED speaker. His background is in electrical engineering, but he spent most of his early career working as a software architect before spending four years at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea as an Associate Professor. Massimo has taught workshops and has been a guest speaker at institutions all over the world. Always interested in what's new, Massimo started the first FabLab in Italy, and is also the author of the book “Getting Started with Arduino”. He currently teaches at USI University and SUPSI in Switzerland, and is a visiting professor at CIID in Copenhagen.

Arduino Pro: From Maker Projects to Open-Source Solutions for Industrial Automation

In partnership with Arduino

Open-source control for automation has been gaining popularity in industrial operations for many years, but a few obstacles have prevented widespread adoption. Arduino Pro is a series of control system modules intended to break free from these boundaries.

Compatibility with existing voltage and network protocol systems, reliable security and robust construction, as well as an easy user interface for programming are all critical aspects of ensuring that any automation system is useful for industrial operations.

As data collection and processing becomes a major priority, the technology to accomplish these tasks and the infrastructure required to implement such technology are rapidly evolving. Join Arduino’s presentation to learn why it is important to learn about these important industry trends. 

Gain insight about the design aspects of this system, and explore adoption cases that are sure to spark ideas on implementation to improve your own equipment and processes.

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