Dan DeYoung Rockwell Automation - Business Director of Control and Visualization Hardware Dan is the Business Director for Control in the Production Automation business of the Software & Control segment at Rockwell Automation. In this role based in Mayfield Heights, Ohio, he looks after Product Management where he provides leadership and strategic direction for the company’s controllers, I/O, design software, and network portfolios. Dan has extensive experience across many industries having spent his early years in Rockwell Automation’s service business as an application engineer. Early on, he worked on multi-million-dollar projects including a major expansion of a multinational automotive manufacturer. Additionally, he has worked with machine builders, system integrators, and end-users spanning numerous discrete, hybrid, and process industries. Beyond Rockwell, he has been involved in multiple industry standards organizations, including leading the marketing organization at the FDT Group. Dan holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Integrated Manufacturing from Purdue University. In 2005, he was the recipient of the College of Technology’s Distinguished Alumni award for his work in assisting in the redesign of the program from which he graduated. Much of the redesign was modeled after his experience in Rockwell’s Engineer-In-Training program after graduation.

Rockwell Automation on the Present and Future of PLC Technology - What Should You do to Prepare?

In partnership with Rockwell Automation

The future of technology has always been a mystery, and even the experts cannot truly predict the progression of industrial automation, nor what the shop floor will look like in 10, 20, or 50 years. But we should always understand how to prepare.

Join Rockwell Automation’s Business Director for Automation Control, Dan DeYoung, as we explore the trends in PLC technology that give us a glimpse into what the future may hold for hardware, software, and system architecture.

Most importantly for your team, we will discuss the most practical ways to understand when it is important to invest in system improvement to see the greatest returns on your investment, and even discuss examples of when it may be wise to delay a major upgrade until the best opportunity presents itself.

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