Webinar: Windows Embedded: The platform for Connected, Efficient Industrial Devices
Here is a great Webinar you don’t want to miss, especially if you are in the Industrial Automation domain.
When, and how long?
Date: September 17, 2009
Event Start Time: 8:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time (UTC - 7 hours)
Duration: 1 hour
What is it about? Here is the abstract:
Your customers—with factories producing manufactured goods, oil, gas, food, and pharmaceuticals—look to you to provide devices and systems that help them run at the highest efficiency without sacrificing quality.
The Windows Embedded family of operating systems provides a single platform and development environment for any customer requirement from sensors to servers; and real-time, connected capabilities to help you maximize your development resources and customer satisfaction.
In this concise introduction and Q&A for business/technical decision makers, find out how Microsoft can help you make the right operating system investments for your manufacturing customers and your industrial solutions business. For more information visit the Windows Embedded Industrial Solutions website. Questions? Contact us.
Who is presenting? Rock stars!
John Coyne , Windows Embedded Systems Engineer, Microsoft Corporation
John has worked with Windows Embedded products for nine years, helping dozens of OEMs bring devices to market with Windows XP Embedded, Windows CE, Windows Embedded for Point of Service, and Windows for Embedded Systems. A former MVP and Microsoft Embedded Trainer, John has a background in server products, ISP datacenter management, and network system design. When he's not working with embedded OEMs, John enjoys spending time with his family and sailing in Puget Sound.
Chris Muench , Industrial Solutions Subject Matter Expert, Amplify Solutions, Inc.
As the Siemens-Microsoft relationship manager for more than ten years, Chris developed a unique understanding of the OEM's challenges in industrial and manufacturing solutions. He has a total of 17 years experience in industrial solutions and close involvement with the Windows Embedded team since the first release of Windows CE, notably as an MVP and the author of The Windows CE Technology Tutorial. Chris is from Germany; he currently lives in Redmond, Washington.
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