Intelligent Motion Control Driving Higher Levels of Flexibility, Productivity and Sustainability in Smart Manufacturing
Consumer demand is driving a shift away from low mix, high volume manufacturing towards high mix, low volume manufacturing, which demands greater flexibility on the factory floor. Smart manufacturing using intelligent motion control can be reconfigured quickly to support more agile and scalable manufacturing, including batch size 1 production. Agile production built on intelligent motion control solutions increase resilience in a time of disruption and enables a faster response to changing customer demands. This webcast will provide an overview of intelligent motion control solutions and their importance to enables today's and tomorrow smart manufacturing.
Strategic Marketing Manager
Maurice O’Brien is the strategic marketing manager for industrial automation at Analog Devices. He is responsible for delivering industrial automation focused, system-level solutions. Prior to this role, Maurice spent three years working on Industrial Ethernet and 15 years working in applications and marketing roles in power management with Analog Devices. He has a B.Eng. in electronic engineering from the University of Limerick, Ireland.
Chris Murphy is a field technical leader with the European Centralized Applications Center, based in Dublin, Ireland. He has worked for Analog Devices since 2012, providing design support on motor control and industrial automation products. He holds a Master of Engineering in electronics by research and a Bachelor of Engineering in computer engineering.