Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Invensys Software Conference & Technical Support Symposium: It Was The Place To Be!

opening session of Invensys Software Conference & Tech Support Symposium
What can you say about a conference offering over 190 sessions, outstanding customer speakers, compelling product roadmaps and unexpected social events? You'd say, another fine Wonderware/IntelaTrac/SimSci/Avantis party!

The 2013 Invensys Software Conference was titled "The Industrial Software Revolution Begins Now" and it delivered. Featuring presentations from Invensys, new family member InduSoft, global partner Microsoft, the conference covered not only customer case story successes, but technical tips & tricks from the field support engineers, product updates from all brands, and educational tracks from the Technical Support Symposium speakers. Whether you were there for a "one chili pepper" high level product overview to a "four chili pepper" technical deep dive, there was something for everyone's taste.

Something new this year was our social media challenge--who could tweet enough content over the 3 days to win a gift card? With over 250 tweets, the winner was the @everdyners group.

Other highlights were:
Introduction of the Historian in the Cloud for on-demand big data support for industrial companies. The Historian On-lineEdition provides a cloud-hosted Wonderware Historian with visualization and reporting either through the Wonderware Historian Client or Wonderware SmartGlance mobile reporting solution.
Availability of integrated Spiral Software Planning & Scheduling software with SimSci's Simulation and Optimization Software. Spiral CrudeSuite, PRO/II Simulation software and ROMeo Optimization software jointly provide accurate and complete crude assay information throughout plant lifecycle modeling, from design through operations and performance optimization.
Conference kickoff with the announcement of Wonderware System Platform 2014 and InTouch 2014. New capabilities in visualization, alarm management, and information display all maximize operator effectivity and productivity.
If you missed the 2013 conference, there will be more write ups in store for you. And, be sure and see us at other events...check it here.

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