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Automation Fair® 2013
Pre-Show Program
November 13-14, 2013
George R. Brown Convention Center
Houston, TX USA
FOR MORE INFORMATION & TO REGISTER VISIT
WWW.AUTOMATIONFAIR.COM
SMART, SAFE, SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS
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During the next decade, emerging market countries will contribute more growth than developed nations.
As a result, long-term global demand continues to grow for resources such as oil and gas and manufactured
goods for an expanding middle class. Simultaneously, developed countries will need to generate
productivity gains as they reduce waste and maximize effi ciency.
Whether your customer base is located primarily in emerging or developed markets, Rockwell Automation
can show you how to make the most of your automation, process control and information opportunities.
Make plans now to attend Automation Fair® 2013 where you can see smart, safe and sustainable solutions
that will help you improve business profi tability, optimize your plants, and make your operations cleaner,
safer, more secure, and more energy effi cient.
The Automation Fair® event off ers a wealth of learning and networking opportunities that demonstrate the
latest in discrete and process control technologies. Here you will be able to:
• Learn at our industry forums how to reduce product development cycles, lower production costs and
meet ever-changing regulatory requirements.
• Visit more than 100 exhibits from Rockwell Automation and our PartnerNetwork members to see the
newest and most advanced power, control, and information solutions.
• Participate in technical sessions and demonstration workshops on key automation and
information issues and trends.
• Experience Rockwell Automation products fi rst-hand in our hands-on labs.
• Meet experts from Rockwell Automation and our global PartnerNetwork,
including Encompass Product Partners, OEMs, Solution Partners and others.
Please mark your calendar now for Automation Fair:
November 13-14, in Houston, Texas USA,
at the George R. Brown Conference Convention Center.
I hope to see you there!
Best regards,
Keith Nosbusch
Joi n us f or Automat i on Fai r 2013
Wednesday, November 13 – 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, November 14 – 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Need help with registration?
Call the Automation Fair event help line at 781.821.6733
or send an email to automationfair@thepulsenetwork.com.
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PARTICIPATING EXHIBITORS*
HOW TO REGISTER
Online registration opens in early August. For detailed
information on how to register, visit www.automationfair.com.
If you register through your local distributor, you will receive an
email bar code confi rmation with instructions to pick up your
badge at the show.
Exhibitor
Partner Companies
Acme Electric
Advanc
ed Micro Controls Inc.
Ametek Automation & Process Technologies
Apex Dynamics Inc.
Arteche PQ Inc.
ASD Inc.
Aspect Automation
Autodesk
Badger Meter
Belden
BLAC Inc.
Block USA, Inc.
Bonitron
Brady Corporation
Burkert Fluid Control Systems
Codian Robotics
Concept Systems
Control Station, Inc.
Cooper Crouse-Hinds
Data-Linc Group
DENSO Robotics
ECN Automation
E-Technologies Group
Elwood Corporation –
High Performance Motors Group
Endress+Hauser
EPLAN Software & Service
eRPortal Software Group, LLC
ESTeem Wireless Modems
Exlar Corporation
FANUC FA America
FLIR Systems
Flowserve Corporation
Fluke Corp.
General Cable
Grace Engineered Products, Inc.
Hammond Power Solutions, Inc.
Hardy Process Solutions
Helm Instrument Co. Inc.
Hermary Opto Electronics, Inc.
HMS Industrial Networks AB
Hubbell Electrical Systems
Industrial Electric Mfg.
item North America, Inc.
Itoh Denki USA, Inc.
Jacobs Automation
Kepware Technologies
KTR
Leviton Mfg. Co.
Littelfuse Inc.
MathWorks
Matrix Technologies, Inc.
Melfi Technologies
Mersen
Mesta Electronics Inc.
Metso Automation Inc
Mettler-Toledo, Inc.
Molex
Motorola
MTE Corporation
MTS Systems Corp. Sensors Division
MYNAH Technologies LLC
Nidec - Shimpo Corporation
Numatics, Inc.
Online Development Inc. (OLDI)
Outbound Technologies, Inc.
Panasonic Solutions Company
Panduit Corp.
Parker Hannifi n
Filtration & Separation Division
Parker Pneumatic Division
Pentair Equipment Protection –
Hoff man Mclean Schroff
Pepperl+Fuchs, Inc.
Phoenix Digital Corporation
Point Eight Power
POSITAL FRABA Inc.
Post Glover Resistors
Powerit Solutions
Powerohm Resistors, Inc.
Prime Controls
ProSoft Technology
Pyramid Solutions, Inc.
RACO Manufacturing & Engineering Co.
Revere Control Systems, Inc.
RF IDeas, Inc.
Rice Lake Weighing Systems
River Consulting
Ross Controls
RoviSys Company
Roxtec Inc.
Schaff ner Group
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
SeQent
SMC Corporation of America
SolidWorks
Spectrum Controls Inc.
Stone Technologies
STOBER Drives, Inc.
Stratus Technologies
TCI, LLC
Teledyne DALSA
Tissue Machinery Company SPA
Tolomatic, Inc.
Ultra Electronics
VIC -Vecoplan Integrated Controls
WIN-911 Software
WITTENSTEIN, Inc.
Wulftec M.J. Maillis
Yaskawa America, Inc.
Motoman Robotics Division
Zeppelin Systems USA
Rockwell Automation Exhibits
Energy Management
Essential Components
e
Tools
FIRST Robotics
Global Lounge
Industrial IP Advantage
Information Software
Integrated Architecture
Intelligent Motor Control
Oil & Gas
Process Solutions
Product Research
Safety Solutions
110
th
Allen-Bradley Anniversary
GEORGE R. BROWN CONVENTION CENTER
* list complete as of July 22, 2013
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PROCESS SOLUTIONS USER GROUP (PSUG) 2013 ANNUAL MEETING
November 11-12, 2013
Houston, TX
George R. Brown Convention Center
Join us for our annual Process Solutions
User Group (PSUG) meeting just prior to
A
utomation Fair 2013. It’s a great way to
exchange ideas with your peers, learn best practices and fi nd
solutions to your process application issues. Plus, the feedback
you provide in the PSUG voting sessions helps determine the
development priorities and technical roadmap for the PlantPAx
Process Automation System. Create an entire Process Week of
activities by attending PSUG and Automation Fair.
Fee and registration
The participation fee is $499 per person. This fee covers educational
sessions, main room sessions, meals, refreshments and a Monday
night event at The Houston Museum of Natural Science.
Hotel accommodations and travel expenses to/from PSUG 2013
are not included in the participation fee. Registration will open in
early August.
For more information or to register, visit us at:
http://psug.rockwellautomation.com.
This Two-day Event will Feature:
• 20+ educational sessions with PDH hours/certifi cates awarded
• PlantPAx™ process automation system technology
roadmap discussion
• Sessions to voice your prioritization on future developments
to the PlantPAx system
• 24+ customers providing “best practices” in utilizing the
PlantPAx system in various industry applications
• Keynote speakers addressing challenges and trends in the
process industries
Pre-show Event s
November 12, 2013 • 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. • Houston, TX • George R. Brown Convention Center
For more information on Automation Perspectives: www.rockwellautomation.com/events/automationfair/press/
Automation Perspec
tives, the Rockwell Automation annual
global media forum, explores leading news topics in the
automation industry. The event allows members of the global
trade media to hear fi rst-hand about trends and issues facing
manufacturers and producers across a variety of industries and
geographies. Held prior to the opening of Automation Fair,®
industry experts will discuss control system security and weigh
the benefi ts and risks that a connected enterprise brings. We’ll
also look at the global energy landscape and the impact of
energy diversifi cation.
Media registration is scheduled to open in early August.
AUTOMATION PERSPECTIVES 2013
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The automotive and tire industries continue to evolve at
an incredible pace. Manufacturers need to build fl exibility,
consistency and safety into their production systems. Each
stage of the manufacturing process – design, deploy, optimize –
impacts a manufacturer’s ability to quickly and profi tably adjust
their manufacturing velocity and thrive in a global economy.
These changes are requiring new approaches to manufacturing
across the supply chain. Manufacturers need to globally connect
their enterprise, integrate fl exible manufacturing processes, and
gain better insight into manufacturing operations, all at a time
when their business can aff ord little risk.
You will learn:
• Trends and issues of the global automotive and tire industries
• Improving manufacturing velocity in a globally
connected enterprise
• New manufacturing strategies to drive productivity and meet
today’s challenges
Thursday, November 14
9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Who should attend?
Manufacturers, machine builders and equipment
suppliers including:
• Plant managers
• Quality & safety managers
• IT managers
• Engineering, production, & operation managers
• Sales and marketing managers
• Executive leadership
AUTOMOTIVE AND TIRE
I ndust r y For ums
The food and beverage industries are as diverse as the global
consumer base they serve. There is a continuous demand for a
greater variety of packaged products to satisfy a wide range of
demographics. At the same time, regulations have gotten tighter
and operations have become more complex and expensive. Faced
with these challenges, producers still need to improve the bottom
line and grow.
Additionally, the industries no longer have the luxury to produce a
small number of products on dedicated lines. They must produce
a variety of products on the same equipment. Further, heightened
emphasis on sustainability and corporate responsibility drive
reductions in WAGES expenses. All of these concerns require
fl exible, tightly integrated manufacturing systems.
You will learn how others have:
• Increased yield while optimizing costs
• Ensured safe, secure and compliant production
• Improved workforce agility
Wednesday, November 13
9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Who should attend?
If you have responsibility for, or contribute directly to, the
fi nancial, production, energy or overall effi ciency of your plant,
and want to hear how you can optimize your plant’s operations,
this forum is for you.
• Plant managers
• Operational/production managers
• Manufacturing directors
• Engineering managers
• IT managers
• QA, engineering, maintenance and operations
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
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Manufacturers today are demanding innovative machines that
easily integrate into their plant-wide infrastructure. They need
fl exible and effi cient equipment that increases business agility,
optimizes productivity and helps achieve sustainability
objectives – all while lowering their total cost of ownership.
OEMs are responding with smart machines that seamlessly
connect the plant fl oor with the enterprise. Using a single control
and information platform, these machines demonstrate an
unsurpassed level of intelligence with the ability to consume and
generate information automatically, adapt to new situations and
give OEMs the remote access and insight they need.
You will learn:
• Challenges faced by today’s OEMs and how to succeed in an
increasingly competitive market
• How OEMs are designing equipment for supply chain effi ciency
• Best practices for providing safe, secure machines
Thursday, November 14
9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Who should attend?
Machine and equipment builder engineering, sales and
management personnel including:
• Engineering and operations management
• Sales and marketing management
• Executive leadership
GLOBAL MACHINE AND EQUIPMENT
BUILDERS (OEMs)
MARINE
Rising energy costs. Increasing environmental regulation.
Accelerating demand for larger, multi-use ships. When it comes to
designing high-performance, cost-eff ective diesel electric vessels,
today’s ship builders are faced with daunting challenges. And for
each new challenge you face, you must fi nd a solution that can
withstand the rigors of a marine environment.
During this industry forum, Marine industry professionals will
provide insight into industry trends and best practices to help you
reduce total cost of ownership and drive effi ciency, fl exibility and
productivity across your ship.
You will learn:
• How today’s industry challenges and regulations are helping
to shape next-generation ship design
• Which best practices you can implement to ease compliance
with future environmental requirements
• Why the latest advancements in vessel technology can have a
dramatic impact on your success
Wednesday, November 13
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Who should attend?
• Marine/naval architects
• OEMs
• System integrators
• Electrical design engineers
• Control engineers
• Operations engineers
I ndust r y For ums
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In today’s business climate you are confronted by a myriad of
challenges linked to energy issues – rising costs, reliable supply
and environmental regulations.
Whether you’re generating your own power, or using utility
generated electricity, as a manufacturer/producer you need to
fi nd ways to produce your goods using fewer natural resources,
improve your effi cient use of energy while reducing emissions to
help you comply with government regulations.
During this forum, leading companies and industry experts will
demonstrate how they manage these challenges and use information
solutions and automation to achieve a competitive advantage.
You will learn:
Industry veterans and leaders will provide real-life examples of
how they are reacting to industry issues and the business drivers
that infl uence their power and energy strategies, and how they
are meeting these challenges.
Wednesday, November 13
1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Who should attend?
The power and energy forum is designed for all levels of
management and engineering who have an interest in on-site
power generation and energy management, including, but not
limited to:
• Plant managers
• Energy and sustainability managers
• Maintenance managers and engineers
• Operational and production managers
• Utilities managers and engineers
• Facilities managers and engineers
POWER AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT
As demand for energy around the world expands, oil and gas
will continue to make up the majority of the globe’s energy mix
through 2050. There is enormous pressure on energy-focused
companies to explore, produce, transport and process oil and
gas more effi ciently and safely while positively impacting their
bottom lines. As the industry continues to evolve, technical
advancements are helping to unlock more economically viable
resources from unconventional and challenging environments.
These forums have diff erent agendas and will present expert
industry views and customer case histories that explore and
demonstrate innovative ways to meet the changing face of the
industry’s landscape.
You will learn:
How your peers are meeting and taking advantage of industry
trends and issues impacting their business by implementing
information, control, power and safety solutions and lifecycle
services across diff erent segments of the oil and gas supply chain.
Wednesday & Thursday, November 13-14
9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Different speakers and presentations will be featured on each day
Who should attend?
Personnel at oil-and-gas-focused organizations and related
businesses with an emphasis on:
• Operations and production
• Engineering, maintenance and facilities
• Safety, environmental and security
OIL AND GAS
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WATER/WASTEWATER
Globally, water treatment facilities are facing unprecedented
concerns. For decades, the infrastructure has been able to
handle and meet the demands of society; but today, aging
infrastructure, growing population and urban sprawl are
stretching treatment facilities beyond capacity.
At this forum, water industry professionals will provide insight
into critical water industry requirements with respect to FEMA
funding for municipal projects, specifying and procuring an
integrated, network-based process control and power system,
and case studies focused on migrating legacy systems to
current technology.
You will learn:
• Improved processes to handle government funding requirements
and the rules and regulations regarding the use of funds
• Procurement methods to ensure a scalable, integrated
control system
• Critical steps and best practices for legacy migration to
current control hardware and software standards
Wednesday, November 13
9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Thursday, November 14
1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Who should attend?
• Municipal representatives
– Owners, operators, management, executives and
government offi cials
• Engineering and EPC fi rms
– Consultants, contractors, control and automation
engineers, power, mechanical and civil engineers
• Equipment and system suppliers
– Process control companies, pump and equipment OEMs,
process system OEMs, system integrators
I ndust r y For ums
2013 is a year of refl ection and transformation for the specialty
chemicals industry. A year of excitement, as shale gas reshapes
the North American market and a year of concern as Europe
and the growth engine of the Far East take on new trajectories.
Industry leaders are re-examining many of the operating and
investment strategies created when the global market appeared
more stable and transparent. The leading Specialty Chemical
companies have realized that winning today requires greater
organization and operational agility and effi ciency than ever
before. Learn how top Specialty Chemical companies have
implemented and leveraged Operational Information to take
advantage of and succeed in a rapidly changing world market.
You will learn:
• How top companies leverage information and operating
effi ciency to win
• What information is essential for success
• How to transform operating costs into key competitive metrics
Wednesday, November 13
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Who should attend?
• Plant operations management
• Information Technology
• Process Engineering
• Financial Management
SPECIALTY CHEMICALS
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ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS
Get the right components, at the right price, right when you
need them. Allen-Bradley® components provide the highest
quality at a fair price, with intuitive product selection and fast
delivery. Rockwell Automation off ers quality Allen-Bradley
industrial components that have been used by customers for
more than 100 years. Our industrial component off erings include
Power, Connectivity, Logic, Sensing and Switching, Operator
Interface and Safety products.
Infrastructure for the Architecture
Rockwell Automation off ers a comprehensive solution for
the electrical Infrastructure for your automation Architecture;
components that Supply, Connect, Convert and Protect your
critical control circuits.
Line-to-Load Power Solutions
Rockwell Automation provides a complete power control
solution plus the expertise to help you design innovative
solutions for the global marketplace.
Connected Components
A preferred control solution for stand-alone machines at low cost,
Connected Components gives machine builders what they need
to address their control requirements in the shortest possible
time. Take advantage of Connected Components Building Blocks
(CCBB) – essential tools that make
it quicker and easier to implement
common control tasks as part of
the machine design.
Haz Loc Product Offering
Rockwell Automation off ers a broad range of products designed for
hazardous locations, supporting global standards such as UL, ATEX,
IECex, GOST, and others. From simple logic control of pushbuttons
and contactors to fully capable logic controllers and I/O, we’ve got
you covered! Products include, but are not limited to:
• Terminal blocks
• Power supplies
• Electronic circuit protection
• Interposing relays
• Pushbuttons
• Beacons and horns
• Wiring systems
• Signal conditioners
• IS Barriers
• Contactors, starters and
lighting contactors
• Safety disconnect switches
• Manual motor switches
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ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Utilize your existing automation and power system investments
to begin consuming less energy, while more effi ciently managing
what you use. As a leading provider of industrial automation,
power, control, optimization and information solutions,
Rockwell Automation has helped companies in a wide range of
industries improve their energy demand management. Let us
provide you with a customized roadmap that helps you measure
and monitor energy consumption by individual energy-intensive
assets (i.e., process units, loads, machines and lines), more
eff ectively manage consumption patterns for the plant and facility,
predict the overall impact of production changes on energy use
and emissions, and ultimately automate production for optimal
energy consumption across the enterprise.
We off er a number of solutions to help you manage your
energy resources in a way that brings meaningful value to your
business – by lowering production costs and optimizing profi ts:
• Power monitoring
• Power and energy management solutions
• Intelligent Motor Control solutions
• Energy-effi cient variable frequency drives
• Energy Intelligence software
• Model predictive control
• Power quality and detection solutions
Booth Highlights
Energy Intelligence – turn data into information for informed
decision-making, and integrate energy data with operational data
for improved visibility.
Integrated Energy – allows you to leverage existing Integrated
Architecture investments to report and actively manage energy
consumption without having to invest in, or confi gure, a
standalone energy management solution.
Power Quality Solutions – consist of scalable solutions that help
you identify and mitigate “dirty power” issues to increase your
uptime plant-wide or on individual machines and processes.
Information Software Enables
The Connected Enterprise
The Information Age enables collaboration across all levels
in the organization.
• Connects manufacturers with their supply chain and gives
better insight into their customer’s needs
• Connects employees to one another for easy collaboration and
problem solving
• Connects the business – from the plant fl oor to IT
These high levels of collaboration help drive productivity
improvements, innovation, and ultimately optimize
business processes.
Connect Your Enterprise with Rockwell Software.
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INFORMATION SOFTWARE
See the Connected Enterprise in Action
See how Rockwell Software can help connect your enterprise
from Design & Simulation, to Visualization and Manufacturing
Intelligence to Operations Management. Rockwell Software can
help you to improve productivity, optimize processes, manage
operations, reduce energy costs and much more.
See live demonstrations, ask questions of our Information
Engineers and learn how the latest technologies like virtualization,
collaboration, mobility, cloud, and big data are changing how we
do business today!
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INDUSTRIAL IP ADVANTAGE
The Internet Protocol (IP) encompasses the use of advanced
networking technology, infrastructure and practices to create
the secure communications fabric necessary to support every
device and process within a plant. The end-to-end connectivity
allows for improved productivity and operational effi ciency
that’s possible with seamless communication between devices,
processes, systems and people – from the plant fl oor to the
corner offi ce.
By investing in IP technology that is optimized for your entire
enterprise you can leverage emerging tools and technologies to
improve production quality, effi ciency as well as support security
and energy management initiatives.
The Industrial IP Advantage details the technologies, strategies
and best practices behind IP and how they can be applied.
The Industrial IP Advantage, founded by Rockwell Automation,
Cisco and Panduit, in cooperation with ODVA, is committed to
help you understand the business agility and opportunities for
innovation that lay in a common IP-centric network infrastructure.
Booth Highlights
Learn more about and how to apply Industrial IP to turn your
visions into a reality.
This year’s booth will focus on how the following industry trends
leverage Industrial IP and apply them to automation, security and
compliance and mobility.
• EtherNet/IP™
• Convergence
• Internet of Things
• Network Fabric
www.industrialip.org
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INTEGRATED ARCHITECTURE™
Build a Better Machine. Build a Better Plant.
Build a Better Enterprise. With the Evolution of
Integrated Architecture
A myriad of non-compatible technologies, obsolete systems,
competing standards and a “one size fi ts all” approach have
forced many users to alter their manufacturing strategies
to fi t the control system instead of the other way around.
This impedes integration and information fl ow across the
organization, and slows reaction to changes in consumer
demand. Rockwell Automation has set out to deliver a better
way to help OEMs, End Users and IT professionals build a better
machine, plant and enterprise.
The Value of Integrated Architecture for OEMS:
• Footprint
• Precision
• Scalability
The Value of
Integrated Architecture
for End Users:
• Collaboration
• Performance
• Power Integration
• Sustainability
The Value of Integrated Architecture
for IT Professionals: Building a Better Enterprise:
• Connectivity
• Real-Time Information
• Security
Innovations you’ll see in the booth include the Stratix 5900™
Security Appliance, Armor GuardLogix® IP67 controller, the
PanelView™ Plus 6 – 400/600 (4 inch & 6 inch) operator interface,
and a demo of a highly-integrated process skid. We’ll also give
you a sneak preview of Studio 5000™ View Designer graphical
design environment.
Booth Highlights
A process skid will be included to highlight machine and
skid builder solutions using Rockwell Automation
Integrated Architecture equipment.
Highlights include the EtherNet/IP™ Network Wall, the
Multidiscipline Control Wall, The Visualization Center,
The Software and Integrated Architecture Tools Design Zone.
INTELLIGENT MOTOR CONTROL
Intelligent Motor Control provides a complete portfolio for low
and medium voltage applications, PowerFlex® drives, CENTERLINE®
Motor Control Centers (MCC) and OneGear™ starters designed to
meet your motor control and power distribution needs. With the
added benefi ts of EtherNet/IP connectivity and built-in safety,
you can provide your operations with higher availability, energy
savings, and protection for personnel and equipment.
See how Premier Integration allows you to consolidate system
confi guration, operation and maintenance into a single, integrated
environment with
CENTERLINE MCCs, and
PowerFlex drives on
EtherNet/IP. Combined
with the added benefi ts
from Automatic
Device Confi guration,
experience how
you can optimize
productivity
with PowerFlex 525
and 755 AC drives.
Remote monitoring helps remove personnel from hazardous
locations while the CENTERLINE MCCs – with SecureConnect™
and ArcShield™ – help provide added protection on the plant
fl oor. Designed to deliver easy-to-use, fl exible safety solutions,
Intelligent Motor Control devices meet global compliance
standards and are designed to provide industry leading safety
solutions, helping make your facilities safer and more productive.
Visit the Intelligent Motor Control Booth to
see how this portfolio can benefit
your industry
• The new compact PowerFlex 520-Series of AC drives with an
innovative modular design combined with a variety of motor
control, simplifi ed programming and energy savings
• See the complete line of PowerFlex 750-Series AC drives
and the packaging options for low voltage applications up to
2000 Hp/1500 kW
• Expanded IntelliCENTER Software for Logix integration and the
new E300 overload relay with embedded Ethernet/IP
• The portfolio of medium voltage PowerFlex AC drives,
CENTERLINE MCCs, and OneGear motor starters for resource
based industries
Looking for a process control system that delivers more than
a DCS? Visit our booth to learn about the capabilities of the
PlantPAx™ process automation system.
Discover how its one common control platform delivers true
plant-wide control including process control, discrete control,
safety, and power – eliminating the need for disparate control
systems, lowering costs and enabling optimization.
Explore the possibilities of implementing one control platform
utilizing a scalable, fl exible architecture for single station or
large distributed architectures. PlantPAx leverages EtherNet/IP
and provides unmatched, easy integration of process equipment
to the distributed control system.
Learn how one common control platform is able to integrate
control, power, safety and information from the plant fl oor
to business systems to deliver real-time intelligence for better
business decisions, decreased energy consumption, increased
asset availability and improved production.
Understand that PlantPAx is supported globally by local services
and expertise from Rockwell Automation and its partners,
including distributors and system integrators saving you valuable
time and costs.
The Oil & Gas Pavilion is new in 2013. With Automation Fair® in
the heart of oil and gas country in Houston, Texas, the Pavilion
provides a central location on the Fair’s show fl oor for companies
from all segments of the entire supply chain from off shore and
onshore exploration and production through to refi ning to learn
more about Rockwell Automation and our PartnerNetwork’s
capabilities for the industry.
With investments in the industry on the rise, but a shortage
of skilled labor to keep up with demand, oil and gas companies
are turning to advanced automation control technology to not
only bridge the skills gap, but to also make their operations
more effi cient.
Rockwell Automation provides integrated information, control,
power and safety solutions and lifecycle services to end users and
OEMs globally, as they develop operations in more inhospitable
places, strive to extract more from existing assets and look to
improve their profi tability safely and sustainably.
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OIL & GAS PAVILION
Pavilion Highlights
Integrated Control Room – See how your integrated operations
could look if controlled and visualized by Rockwell Automation.
Solutions & Capabilities – Learn more about Rockwell Automation
solutions and capabilities across the Oil and Gas supply chain.
Wayfi nder – Your starting point for discovering what’s
relevant to the oil and gas industry at Automation Fair from
Rockwell Automation and our PartnerNetwork.
* And don’t forget to stop by to learn about Rockwell Automation
subsea solutions.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
Learn why PlantPAx is More Than a DCS
Join us as we unveil these new enhancements to help improve
system architecture fl exibility, operator eff ectiveness, and safety
and critical control:
• PlantPAx Library 3.0
• PlantPAx Sequencer
• AADvance Workbench 2.0
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SAFETY SOLUTIONS
Machinery • Process • Electrical
Rockwell Automation expertise, experience and the broadest
technology off ering in industry have established us as the world
leader in industrial safety, helping reduce injuries and costs while
improving productivity with functional safety solutions for process,
machinery, and electrical safety applications.
Compliance – Understand how current standards improve risk
mitigation and provide for use of newer safety technologies
that help reduce nuisance shutdowns, prolonged restarts, and
operational costs.
Process Safety –
Over 40 years of
experience providing
process safety
solutions to satisfy
cost, safety integrity
level (SIL 1,2 and
3), performance,
and availability
requirements including ESD, F&G, Turbine and Compressor,
Combustion Control and CPC.
Electrical Safety – Over 300 U.S. workers are killed each year in
arc fl ash incidents. Thousands more are sent to burn units. See the
measures you can take to reduce the risk of an arc fl ash occurrence
taking place, and to reduce worker exposure to electrical hazards.
Machinery Safety – Find out how innovative safety solutions can
improve the functional operation of machinery to help improve
safety, productivity, and reduce waste.
Best-in-class Safety and Productivity
Multiple studies have shown that best-in-class plants have 5-7%
higher OEE, 2-4% less unscheduled downtime and signifi cantly
fewer injuries.
High performing companies focus on putting procedures in
place to ensure compliance, investing in technologies that
improve both safety and productivity, and developing a culture
that adopts safety as a core value.
Rockwell Automation has developed the Safety Maturity Index™
detailing best practices to help you assess current level and
determine a path forward.
SOLUTIONS AND SERVICES
Rockwell Automation
understands that a profi table,
safe and sustainable operation
is your goal. Across industries
and processes, our global
solutions and services teams
deliver repeatable, scalable
and maintainable solutions – tailored to you and the unique
challenges you face every day. As your partner, we off er world-
wide talent with industry- and technology-specifi c expertise to
help you meet or exceed your business goals.
Our teams provide:
• Complete, end-to-end engineering solutions
• Expertise in process and discrete automation, information,
safety, power and motion
• Migration solutions
• Remote support and monitoring
• Front-End Engineering & Design (FEED)
• Main Automation Contractor (MAC) services
• Consulting services – Networks, Safety, Reliability
• Training services
• On-site support
• Asset management and repair services
With over 4000 engineers, project managers and remote support
specialists, our solutions and services teams have an average of
13 years of experience and are ready to help you in more than
80 countries. Our global execution capabilities include:
• Single-site or multi-site delivery
• Global project delivery processes and standards to help ensure
consistent project implementation
• Nine exchange hubs and 18 ISO-certifi ed repair centers
• Six remote support centers covering every time zone
• 20 languages
See our Solutions and Services in Action
Booth Demonstrations:
• Remote monitoring capabilities, training, Remote Terminal Unit
(RTU) and integrated information, control power and safety
Live Whiteboard Sessions:
• Complete end-to-end
engineering solutions
• FEED
• Energy Management
• Phased Migrations
• Service Agreements
• Remote Monitoring
• Reliability
• Obsolescence Management
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AUTOMATION LIFECYCLE & MIGRATION SERVICES
T01 Survive the Maintenance Apocalypse
Today there are over 10 million unfi lled manufacturing jobs due to skill gaps. Maintenance and
engineering employees are retiring at a rate faster than those entering the workforce. Companies
are expected to spend more than $3.7 trillion on new technology in 2013 alone. These trends are
leaving those responsible for supporting and managing automation technology with fewer skilled
resources, supporting larger and more sophisticated systems, with ever-increasing productivity
goals. Learn how to leverage service agreements with guaranteed response times to identify your
biggest risks, create a plan to manage them and improve your organization’s chances of success.
AUTOMATION LIFECYCLE & MIGRATION SERVICES
T02 Best Practices in Front End Engineering Design (FEED)
FEED is more than just an acronym. This session will focus on where it fi ts in the overall project
execution lifecycle and why you should engage Rockwell Automation. You’ll learn how to get all
the right stakeholders together – EPCs, end users, operators, fi nance, specialists, etc. We’ll use
real world examples to discuss deliverables and how to drive overall project results.
AUTOMATION LIFECYCLE & MIGRATION SERVICES
T03 Optimizing Your Onshore Operations through SCADA
Alarm management is critical to effi cient pipeline operations. It ensures operators and controllers
can focus on value-added activities. If or when a pipeline upset occurs, alarm management
provides rapid and easy access to critical information. This session will focus on tools and
techniques for identifying and tracking alarms employed in recent projects, and the applicability of
alarm management techniques to other aspects of automation and control.
AUTOMATION LIFECYCLE & MIGRATION SERVICES
T04 Health Is Wealth – The Importance of Remote Monitoring
Between 2010 and 2012, the cost per hour of downtime increased by an average of 65%.
Do you have a plan to prevent these costly catastrophes? Learn how remote monitoring of
your automation assets can help keep your line running, improve productivity and optimize
maintenance eff orts.
AUTOMATION LIFECYCLE & MIGRATION SERVICES
T05 Integrated Line Control and Performance Management –
A New Approach
Line control systems are traditionally custom engineering eff orts challenged by many disparate
machine control systems and programming standards, which makes control and data collection
diffi cult. This interactive session will discuss and demonstrate a new approach to help enable line
control, performance management and many other aspects of production management being
delivered in a confi gurable, reusable and extensible application environment.
AUTOMATION LIFECYCLE & MIGRATION SERVICES
T06 Technology is Changing the Way Training is Delivered
Your employees are your greatest asset. To achieve peak manufacturing performance, you need
technologies and processes driven by highly trained employees. Learn how technology is shaping
the way training is delivered to help you develop a workforce that is ready to meet any challenge –
and ultimately, improve production, lower turnover and increase employee morale.
AUTOMATION LIFECYCLE & MIGRATION SERVICES
T07 Achieving a Higher Level of Maintenance and Reliability to
Help You Increase Uptime
When a critical asset in a highly complex production system fails without warning, the cost
in damage and downtime can be high not to mention the potential risk to personnel and the
environment. Asset reliability can be a competitive business diff erentiator which causes many
organizations to rethink how they can leverage existing resources to improve the performance of
their critical assets. Attend this session to learn how Rockwell Automation Reliability Services can
help prevent and predict unplanned downtime.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN
T08 Increasing Software Development Effi ciency Using the
Integrated Architecture Application Tools
Learn about new and existing Integrated Architecture tools that can speed implementation
of your control system in all phases of the project. From videos to manuals to simple
software applications, these tools help you understand, plan, and confi gure an
Integrated Architecture System.
Technical sessions are sixty minute presentations by leading industry and
product experts. All sessions are available on a fi rst-come, fi rst served basis
on site- no registration required.
TECHNICAL SESSIONS
Techni cal Sessi ons
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CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T09 Optimize Engineering Processes within the Oil & Gas Industry
The oil and gas industry is facing complex data patterns, multiple data within a variety of systems,
and is in great need of a highly automated, accurate, and consistent solution. Learn how to provide
information from a central, consistent source using interdisciplinary software from fl uid and
electrical engineering to seamlessly integrating with RSLogix™ 5000 and 3D wire harnessing.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T10 Managing Firmware Upgrades in the
Integrated Architecture System
Learn about tools available for managing and automating fi eld upgrades to equipment in the
Integrated Architecture system. Topics to be covered include Firmware Supervisor, Control Flash,
Logix Data Preserve Download and Update Tool and the new Compatibility website.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T11 FANUC FA America and Rockwell Automation – Beyond Automotive
This session will provide end users and systems integrators alike with an overview of the FANUC
America Corp FA Division including products and markets served with the intention of providing
transparency to numerous opportunities where robust FANUC and Rockwell Automation scalable
solutions can benefi t your manufacturing environment.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T12 Embedded Motion and Ethernet Capabilities on Micro800®
Controller Family
Learn about the embedded motion capabilities with up to 3 Axes of 100 kHz Pulse Train Output for
simple positioning applications with Micro830® and Micro850® controllers. Applications such as
intermittent VFFS and labeling machines will be discussed including advantages and limitations
of Micro800 motion. Learn about upgraded features such as embedded Ethernet client messaging
for controlling drives and get an introduction to the upcoming 5V diff erential line driver HSC and
DeviceNet™ plug-ins.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T13 Benefi ts of Remote Management with the Micro800
Discover how you can enhance your Micro800 with a Remote Management Solution utilizing Cloud
Technology. Add a User Interface, Datalogging, Email and Text alert, and Report Generation to a
Micro800 PLC through Ethernet or Cellular. Monitor and Control your equipment across the world
using your computer, tablet, or even smart phone.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T14 Accelerate Your Small Machine Design with
Connected Component Solutions
Learn how to optimize your stand-alone machine designs by taking advantage of the Connected
Components Accelerator Toolkit pre-written BOMs, CAD, Logic and HMI design examples that
provide the base design structure, so you can focus on making your machine more competitive.
This includes PID control and solar tracking applications. Add functionality to Micro800 Controller,
such as analog or serial ports, without expanding the control panel footprint by leveraging plug-in
modules. The free single software package, Connected Components Workbench, reduces initial
time to set-up controls between multiple devices.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T15 Automated Weight Based Quality Control for Machines
Automated, high precision, in-line weight based quality control increases yield and throughput.
The ultra-compact WMC modules provide high precision and fast weight values for automated
quality control in a variety of machines ranging from precision parts to solar cell manufacturing,
with integration to diff erent fi eldbus networks.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T16 Position-Based Control with CIP-SYNC Technology
Due to network latency, the On-Machine DIO solutions were limited to Standard/Analog I/O
applications in the past and were rarely used for high-speed motion applications. By adopting this
position-based control solution today, it allows machine builders to do precision control eff ectively
with minimal latency and simple to use with MAOC.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T17 Relational Data Exchange Via a Single ControlLogix Module
OLDI’s tManager module provides bi-directional data exchange between ControlLogix and
databases. All setup is via confi guration software and there is no programming or scripting.
Actual case histories will be presented as will product positioning vs. separate software solutions
and historians.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T18 What’s New in Visualization
Discover new solutions that improve productivity by expanding connectivity and enhancing
design and maintenance tools. From machine-based operator interface to highly networked
systems, this session will focus on the FactoryTalk® View SE, FactoryTalk® View ME, PanelView™ Plus,
FactoryTalk® ViewPoint, FactoryTalk® VantagePoint and Allen-Bradley industrial computers.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T19 Vision Guided Robotics Tackle a Complex Track and Trace Challenge
Learn how Concept Systems created an innovative solution with Hermary Opto and Nachi Robotics
to tackle a track and trace solution on very diffi cult to handle parts, leading to the elimination of
production loss.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T20 Monitoring & Control of Diesel Engine Driven Equipment
Pyramid Solutions will demonstrate how our AB7645 Ethernet to J1939 Gateway enables
Rockwell Automation controllers to monitor and control diesel engine driven equipment in
such applications as oil & gas exploration and extraction, power generation, water & wastewater,
marine, locomotive and other fi xed and mobile applications through EtherNet/IP and
standard logic.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN

T21 Using ControlLogix and Factory Talk for a Natural Gas Packaged
Compressor Unit
Design and commissioning of control systems for interstate natural gas transmission pipeline
packaged compressor unit using Programmable Automation Controller and FactoryTalk software.
Control system provides interface with reciprocating NG engine/driver, control of compressor frame
components, connection with supervisory systems and monitoring of status and diagnostics of the
compressor package.
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INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE
T22 Just in Time Maintenance
This session will present a demonstration of how Maintenance and Plant Uptime levels can be
optimized using eRPortal in a FactoryTalk environment. Using Condition based maintenance
triggers, we will show work orders being created, along with materials parts demand notifi cations
sent to appropriate suppliers, based on values exhibited by FactoryTalk tags. Then, we’ll show
how the open work order is moved to a mobile device/tablet, the maintenance technician enters
appropriate information, time, supplies and parts and closes out the work order. Notifi cations
are sent to appropriate personnel. Then, asset history and KPIs are updated and displayed via
VantagePoint EMI.
INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE
T23 Innovations in RFID, Mobile HMI and Supporting Infrastructures
Join Motorola and Rockwell Automation for an overview on selecting and implementing three
critical technologies: Industrial Voice and Data Networks supporting mobile devices and radios on
the plant fl oor; RFID with direct integration to PLCs for tracking materials, products and assets; and
Mobile HMI extending both PanelView Plus 6 and FactoryTalk View SE. Following the overview
presentation, three demo stations will be setup for a hands-on look at these technologies.
INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE
T24 Introduction to WIN-911 Version 8 for Rockwell Software
Specter Instruments will discuss WIN-911 Version8 off ering alarm notifi cation for
Rockwell Automation FactoryTalk A&E, Panel View Plus and Machine Edition product lines.
We will demonstrate the ability to create complex alarm escalation scenarios using new concepts
including Tactics and Strategies.
INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE
T25 How ISP-Stone Technologies applied Advanced Virtualization:
See how Stone Technologies helped a large manufacturing facility benefi t from advanced plant
fl oor virtualization. Utilizing products from Cisco, VMware, Veeam, and WYSE enabled a high
availability solution for mission critical applications. This system spans multiple buildings and
provides a complete fail over to a second location in a DR scenario. We will review the entire
project lifecycle from funding through implementation and current expansion project which
included savings of over $100k.
INFORMATION & VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE
T26 Leverage VMware for Rockwell Automation Applications
There are huge benefi ts to using VMware to deploy and run Rockwell Automation applications.
Learn important practical information on how to leverage virtualization on your next project.
Training on a new VMware server sizing tool for Rockwell Automation applications will be
provided. Participants will each get a copy of the sizing tool. Also covered will be the steps for
deploying new PlantPAx Virtual Templates and setting up a fault-tolerant environment to protect
your Rockwell Automation virtual machines.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
T27 Steps to Help Eff ectively Secure Industrial Control System (ICS)
Securing Industrial Control Systems requires a managed defense-in-depth approach. From risk
management to technical and non-technical security controls, learn the ISA-99 / IEC 62443 and
NIST 800-82 best practices and development recommendations from Rockwell Automation
Security professionals. This session is recommended for anyone.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
T28 More Data, More Sources, More Problems
The Automation Industry continues to face challenges in how it chooses and implements
data-access software within an Industrial Control System (ICS). However, successfully navigating
these challenges is becoming far more critical to an organization’s success. This paper explores
the fi ve key challenges facing an ICS, and addresses the key principles in solving these challenges
through real-world applications.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
T29 Industrial Demilitarized Zone Design Principles
There are many organizations and standards bodies that recommend separating the enterprise
zone from the industrial zones by utilizing an industrial demilitarized zone (iDMZ). This session
will describe the basic principles and strategies of designing an iDMZ to separate these two zones.
A prior understanding of general Ethernet concepts session is recommended.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
T30 Maximize DeviceNet Uptime by Bringing Diagnostic Data into a
Logix Controller
eNetMeter DN provides in-depth diagnostic data on DeviceNet, allowing early detection of
many DeviceNet issues that can cause communications to fail. Ladder code has been created to
minimize the work required to consolidate the eNetMeter DN diagnostic data into Logix controllers.
Consolidating the data in the controller allows further logic to be written so decisions can be
made based on changes in the data (i.e. interpret data for users less knowledgeable on DeviceNet,
generate warnings, take DeviceNet controller offl ine, etc.). This also allows easy retrieval of the data
into a Rockwell HMI station by accessing the tags where the data is stored. Proactive monitoring of
the DeviceNet data, provided by the eNetMeter DN, can reduce costly downtime.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
T31 Improving Industrial Security and Robustness for Industrial Control
Systems (ICS)
Learn practical security capabilities delivered with Rockwell Automation products and systems that
improve the resiliency of the Integrated Architecture and help assure safety, operational integrity
and protection of key information and intellectual property. Explore new security features and
capabilities in Logix controllers and how to use FactoryTalk Security for user authorization and
authentication and role-based access control.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
T32 How to Design Wireless Ethernet Networks for Oil & Gas Applications
The ESTeem RF Design Software suite is used to design wireless Ethernet networks for off -shore
platforms, tank farms, pipe lines and production facilities using narrow band licensed and/or
unlicensed FCC frequencies. This information also applies to Water/Wastewater or other land based
applications. The software is available to attendees.
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NETWORKS & SECURITY
T33 A Network Foundation – Applied Case Study in Deploying a Reliable
Physical Infrastructure for Process
Whether updating existing systems or planning plant expansions, the amount of development
and implementation time can be costly. A “pre-built” building block approach can reduce
deployment time up to a 75%. This session will follow an applied case study covering building
spaces, industrial data center requirements, plant fl oor zone architecture, fi ber backbone
and device level ring connections and grounding/bonding systems to connect, manage and
automate the physical infrastructure.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
T34 Remote I/O to EtherNet/IP Component Migration
There are 100s of thousands of legacy Allen Bradley Remote I/O Drives and PanelViews installed in the
fi eld. Learn how to easily upgrade to EtherNet/IP PowerFlex drives and PanelView Plus 6 terminals without
modifying PLC Code.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
T35 Practical Applications for OEMs: Secure Remote Connectivity to
Automation Networks
Monitor and manage systems from anywhere using VPN broadband technology. Learn about
specifi c applications where remote connectivity reduced costs, minimized downtime and provided
enhanced diagnostics. Develop a proactive service model to reduce downtime and travel expense.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
T36 Heavy Industry Perspective on Intelligent Motor Control Solutions
This session will focus on the advantages of the Intelligent Motor Control portfolio for resource
based industries and how the integration into plant control systems can help provide improved
personnel safety, plant availability and energy effi ciency. Using an integrated EtherNet/IP network
for LV and MV CENTERLINE Motor Control Centers with IntelliCENTER® software, you now have
visibility to the device level, energy usage data, along with seamless integration into the
Allen-Bradley control system.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
T37 Variable Frequency Drive Cables – Features,
Benefi ts and Applications
Cables used for variable frequency drives (VFDs) are constructed in a variety of ways, providing a
range of protection from stray voltage and harmonics. This session will cover why and when to use
VFD cables as well as the ideal construction to ensure cables deliver power for the life of the drive.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
T38 Advantages of Intelligent Motor Control for the Machine Builder
The seamless integration of intelligent motor control devices is key to the successful automation of
a machine. In this session, machine builders will learn how these devices are integrated into the
Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture, helping them reduce time to design and develop
their machines.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
T39 Specifying Magnetics – Environmental and Application Concerns in
the Oil and Gas Market
Properly specifi ed and installed, magnetics should survive for decades, join us for an in depth
discussion on specifying transformers and reactors for varied environmental and industrial plant
environments. We will explore the challenges of using magnetics in places as varied as an off shore
oil platform in the Gulf, to a refi nery in the Middle East, to a drilling rig in the Dakotas. While
this discussion will highlight the oil and gas industry, it will be applicable to many other heavy
industry applications..
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
T40 Next Generation of Compact AC Drives
The new PowerFlex 525 AC drive delivers an innovative design that is remarkably versatile and can
accommodate systems ranging from standalone machines to simple system integration. Learn
how the PowerFlex 525 AC drive can help you maximize your system performance and reduce your
time to design and deliver better machines.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
T41 Future of Automation: Emerging Multi-Axis Intelligent Track
(iTRAK®) Technology
Hear about how emerging linear motor based intelligent track, iTRAK®, technology from Jacobs
Automation is changing application solutions across the industry. While previous motion control
systems have been constrained by the mechanical limitation like the pitch of a chain or the speed
of a particular line, iTRAK® makes it possible to place multiple movers (or carriages) on a track
and independently control the motion profi le for each mover as a virtual axis. Learn how machine
builders are able to increase the speed and fl exibility of their products and reduce their design
and assembly costs, while end users experience dramatically increased productivity with higher
throughput, faster changeovers and reduced maintenance.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
T42 Optimize Production and Reduce Downtime with AC Drives for
Pump Jack Applications
Learn how PowerFlex 753 and 755 AC drives provide users with built-in features for seamless
pump control. Ideal for speed control in constant torque oil well, pump jack and progressive
capacity pumps (PCP) applications, these PowerFlex drives have specifi c pump-off features
designed to provide optimal well output while helping to minimize wear on expensive rod and
motor assets.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
T43 Using Dynamic VAR Compensation (DVC) for Improved Electrical
Power Distribution Systems
Many of today’s industrial power systems incorporate equipment and processes that use both
older as well as the latest technologies. Depending upon the electrical load characteristics,
high speed and dynamic changes can occur, which can cause machinery or device failures. This
can also aff ect the power network causing various power quality problems. Learn how DVC
(SmARTvar) can off er relief.
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POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
T44 Considerations for Designing an Intelligent Motor Control Center
Learn about the features of the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture and communication
infrastructure that can deliver a positive impact to the design and operation of intelligent motor
control centers (MCC). Gain a better understanding on the EtherNet/IP topology and specifi c
functionality of our Ethernet switches that will drive benefi ts through the lifecycle of your
MCC installation.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
T45 Brake Chopper and Resistor Sizing for Drill Rig Top
Drives and Drawworks
Gain insight into the sizing considerations for both choppers and resistors. See fi eld test results
of brake power profi les for the Top Drive and Drawworks motion on generator-fed drill rigs. Data
includes power profi les for drilling, back reaming and tripping in motion for pipe/casing lowering.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
T46 Global Short Circuit Current Rating Solutions
This session will demonstrate how to use the new Line-to-Load web-based tool to determine
component short circuit current ratings, and provide the test summaries for circuit breaker
and fused component solutions. The session will cover applications through 690V, with high
coordination performance.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T47 High Availability: More Than Just Redundancy
Learn about scalable options for high availability control systems that will ensure uninterrupted
control of your applications and processes. From redundant controllers, to communications, to I/O,
to a completely fault tolerant system, Rockwell Automation provides hardware and software tools
to meet your application requirements and provide a sustainable competitive advantage.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T48 Instrumentation for Produced Water Applications
Produced water refers to any water brought up to the surface during oil and gas production, typically
as the result of drilling, exploration, and hydraulic fracturing. Before disposing or reusing the water,
it must be treated to extract hydrocarbons and satisfy environmental code regulations. Achieving
the required levels of control and monitoring requires instrumentation and analyzers to measure
composition, fl ow, level, pressure and temperature, which this session will cover.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T49 Dynamix™ Integrated Vibration Protection System on EtherNet/IP
Learn about the Dynamix™ 1444 Series, integrated vibration I/O and the equipment
protection system. Dynamix leverages the power of the Logix controller and Ethernet to
deliver unprecedented power, performance and fl exibility in a distributed I/O architecture.
See how this innovative design can provide a lower cost and simpler solution for equipment
monitoring applications.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T50 Leveraging the Rockwell Automation Platform to Fulfi ll Business
Regulated Requirements
In this session you will learn how to align diff erent Rockwell Automation capabilities with
GAMP5 so the control system can achieve and maintain the “validated” status. Life cycle
management, confi guration management, validation strategies, and additional topics will be
covered in this presentation.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T51 PlantPAx Process Automation System Overview
Learn about the Rockwell Automation distributed control system. This session provides an
overview of the PlantPAx Process Automation System capabilities including high availability, batch
and sequencing, device integration, and design and operations productivity. This session is ideal for
those who need a basic understanding of the system.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T52 Breaking Barriers in Simulation…Advancing the PlantPAx
Virtual Plant
The use of dynamic simulation for control system testing and development and operator training
is a proven method to increase the eff ectiveness of operation staff s and automation systems.
Advances in the PlantPAx Virtual Plant are reducing the time and investment required to get
signifi cant business results. This session covers advances in RSLogix™ Emulate 5000, MiMiC
Dynamic Simulation, and virtualization.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T53 Design Considerations for Batch Sequencing
Learn how a modular design helps achieve maximum process agility and improved repeatability,
clearly defi nes and enforces operating procedures to meet regulatory compliance, and lowers your
total cost of ownership. Discussion will include batch reports, material usage, genealogy and other
solutions to optimization batch production.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T54 Introducing WirelessHART with EtherNet/IP Gateway and Add-On-Profi le
WirelessHART is the only wireless standard approved for the process industry. This session will
give an overview of the new WirelessHART technology. It will also introduce the WirelessHART
Ethernet/IP gateway and how it integrates into ControlLogix®.
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PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T55 Applying Information Software to the PlantPAx Process Automation
System for Increased Production Intelligence
Process applications generate valuable data every second of the production cycle. This demo/
discussion showcases examples of how information from a PlantPAx system can be leveraged to
gain added visibility to real-time reporting, dashboards and better decision making. In addition to
an overview of PlantPAx system information, the session provides examples of HMI trending, data
logging, data connectivity, new reports and more.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T56 Process Optimization: Isolating and Correcting Underperforming
PID Controllers
This session covers the Loop Performance Monitoring capabilities within PlantESP – a software
platform that actively monitors PID controller performance and isolates opportunities for
continuous process improvement and process optimization. The platform diagnoses performance
issues and off ers recommendations for corrective action. PlantESP fully complements other process
solutions from Rockwell Automation.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T57 Using Model Predictive Control to Improve Effi ciencies
in an Ever-Changing Production Environment
To remain competitive, natural gas processing companies have to respond to a dynamic market where
operational profi ts require periodic shifting between max gas production to max NGL recovery. Model
predictive control (MPC) improves controls, adjusts plant parameters to gas composition changes,
increases production effi ciency and maximizes product consistency and ROI.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T58 Strategies and Tools for Migrating Legacy
Distributed Control Systems (DCSs)
Diminishing support of legacy DCSs and today’s continuous optimization and innovation demands
are leading users to replace legacy DCS system. This session will explore the scope of available
tools, review well developed project plans, and discuss the benefi ts of migrating to the PlantPAx
system. Gain insight into best practices to follow whether you’re considering a phased, rip and
replace, or multi-site project.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
T59 Mining Solutions Utilizing the PlantPAx Process Automation System
The Rockwell Automation mining solution combines the robust PlantPAx system with years of
mining domain expertise to provide a powerful heavy industry solution. With the emphasis on
easy maintainability and a high level of intrinsic diagnostics, the risk, and total cost of ownership
associated with your control system can be signifi cantly reduced.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T60 Process Safety: Considerations When Selecting a Safety Solution
Many critical control and safety applications require a high Safety Integrity Level (SIL) to
ensure the safety of personnel, assets and the environment. Choosing the correct SIL to meet
availability and safety requirements is a critical decision. Explore our process safety off erings
including Logix-based architectures, AADvance™ distributed and scalable architectures, and
Trusted® fault-tolerant architectures. These off erings provide safety and availability capabilities
to meet specifi c requirements and deliver improved effi ciencies and performance.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T61 Permanent Electrical Safety Devices Exceed NFPA 70E 120.1
Verifying zero-energy outside the panel is the heart of NFPA 70E 120.1, and PESDs exceed
requirements for creating an electrically safe work condition by off ering a safer and more
cost-eff ective LOTO procedure that doesn’t require PPE. This presentation will include proper
installation procedures for validation and hazard risk analysis.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T62 Trends in Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) in the Process Industries
This session summarizes some of the latest trends in Safety Instrumented System (SIS) designs
in the oil and gas industries. These trends include: smaller, scalable distributed systems; fl exible
redundancy; integrated control and safety from one source; safety fi eld busses; fi eld device
diagnostics and certifi cation; personnel certifi cations; SIL ratings for fi re and gas systems, and
much more.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T63 New Advances in Shock Protection for Industrial Facilities
Although arc-fl ash is rightfully receiving a lot of attention, electric shock is a leading cause of
electrical safety injuries. New GFCI technology now provides sensitive protection in industrial
applications without nuisance tripping. Recently UL listed the fi rst GFCI up to 600V, and this
presentation will outline the technology that will help you better protect employees without
shutting down process lines.
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SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T64 Machinery Safety System Selection and Development
Following a risk assessment identifying hazards to be mitigated, suitable methods of safeguarding
measures to meet machinery safety standards must be designed and implemented. Safety
automation technologies are usually deployed including inputs, logic device, and outputs to
perform a specifi c safety function. This session will cover safety function design, including tools to
expedite and document the process. Ideally, we recommend attending “Machinery Safety System
Development and Confi guration Tools Overview” Workshop prior to this session.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T65 Demystifying Equipment Design for Hazardous Locations
Confused about how to design safe control panels or terminal boxes in hazardous areas around the
world? Don’t be. Learn about hazardous locations and acceptable protection concepts as defi ned
by IEC, ATEX and NEC. Purging large enclosures and Increased Safety terminal boxes will be a
special focus.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T66 Machinery Safety Verifi cation and Validation Requirements,
Processes and Documentation
The Safety LifeCycle approach, as defi ned in standards IEC 61508 and IEC 62061, requires
verifi cation to prove the circuit for the safety functions of the machine are working properly
and meet specifi ed requirements, and validation to test the safety functions of the system.
These functions require a plan and proper documentation. This session will cover the verifi cation
and validation process, proper documentation, and available tools. Ideally, we recommend
attending “Machinery Safety System Development and Confi guration Tools Overview”
Workshop prior to this session.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T67 Safety First – Putting Up Your Guard with Rockwell Automation
Safety Technology
Learn how Polytron applies machine safety best practices to help a major consumer packaged
goods company implement its strategic risk assessment plan using Rockwell Automation Safety
Technology to mitigate risk. The client also relied on Polytron’s focused training to ensure continuity of
performance for workforce safety in updated machine operation.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T68 Introduction to Functional Safety for Machinery (English)
Emerging technologies and changing standards provide new requirements and opportunities for
machine builders. Learn about these new opportunities and how to take advantage of them in this
session that reviews EN ISO 13849-1, the SISTEMA calculator and other tools you can use to build a
better machine.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T69 Pneumatic Risk Assessment for Machine Guarding
This presentation will focus on the risk assessment process for the fl uid power portions
of machines and focus on a few circuits that are similar but whose risk assessment yields
varying results.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T70 Introduccion a la Seguridad Funcional en Máquinas (Español)
Nuevas tecnologías y estándares cambiantes proporcionan nuevas necesidades y oportunidades
para los usuarios y fabricantes de maquinaria. En esta sesion aprenderemos acerca de estas nuevas
oportunidades y cómo aprovecharlas en nuestras aplicaciones. Revisaremos el estandard EN ISO
13849-1, la calculadora SISTEMA y otras herramientas que pueden utilizarse para tener y construir
una mejor máquina.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T71 Mitigating Arc-Flash Hazards Using Multiple
Arc-Flash Detection Elements
This presentation provides an overview of how to mitigate arc-fl ash hazards using detection
elements in the SEL-751 and SEL-751A Feeder Protection Relays to reduce the arc-fl ash incident
energy in metal-clad switchgear and motor control centers (MCCs). Event detection and mitigation
initiation are imperative to reducing incident energy levels.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T72 How to Select the Right Machinery Safety Logic System
Machinery control and safety applications range from simple to complex. Learn how to select the
right safety logic system to help create a safer, sustainable, more productive, and cost-eff ective
machine. Rockwell Automation experts will explore the pros and cons of diff erent safety logic
systems – from relays to integrated safety controllers – to help you make the right choice.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T73 Advanced Programming Techniques for Machinery Safety Applications
In addition to the standard control applications performed by programmable controllers, complex
safety applications can also be performed that would be far more diffi cult and expensive using
hardwired devices. This session will review the considerations and techniques for programming
safety devices to address safety and productivity issues in complex applications.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T74 Safety Solutions for Discrete/Process Hybrid Applications
Most manufacturing operations involve a wide range of application types – from discrete, to batch,
to process – requiring diff erent approaches to safety. This session will discuss how common control
system architectures can be used to mitigate risks throughout a plant, mill, or brewery to reduce costs,
improve safety and productivity. This session will focus attention primarily on Logix-based safety
systems for boilers, oven control, and larger SIL2 applications.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T75 Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) – More Than Just Locking Out Energy Sources
Many items are involved / required of a LOTO Program. Attend this session to understand the
regulatory requirements, along with the fi ve required components of a LOTO Program.
Techni cal Sessi ons
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SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T76 Boiler Safety Solutions
Learn how the Rockwell Automation complete portfolio of control and safety solutions are applied
in a typical biomass boiler used in cogeneration equipment. In this session, you’ll see how the
controls solution met and in some aspects, exceeded NFPA85.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
T77 Functional Safety in the Process Industry:
Application of IEC61511 and ANSI/ISA-84.00.01
Improve your understanding of the standards and requirements of key process safety standards.
This session will provide an introduction to functional safety and guidance in the application of
IEC61511, the process industry specifi c implementation of IEC61508, and corresponding
American standard AMSI/ISA-84.00.01.
SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION
T78 Achieve Electrical Energy Savings Through Demand Response/Demand
Management Control Solutions
In this session, you’ll learn about demand response and demand management strategies to
save electrical energy costs. Learn how to leverage your existing automation and information
investments to get your program started, and integrate a Demand Response/Control program into
your automation systems to transform your plant into an active energy manager.
SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION
T79 Software-based, Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems for
Reporting & Optimization
Software CEM® utilizes powerful analytic models of the process and emission sources with
real-time validation to provide highly accurate, predictive emission values at half the costs of
traditional sensors. Learn how this technology can be applied to gas turbines with SCR’s, boilers
and other combustion/burner units in a variety of industries including marine.
SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION
T80 Automated Emissions Monitoring and Compliance/Reporting
This session takes a look at how a leading chemical company with 22 processing units and
more than 420 emission sources, including a comprehensive fl are monitoring system, uses
Real-time Environmental Monitoring (REM), an environmental compliance and reporting system.
Additionally, learn how Software Continuous Emissions Monitoring (CEM) has been applied to
both land-based and off -shore units.
SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION
T81 Protecting Your Architecture Investment through Rockwell Automation
Power Quality Solutions
Power irregularities can be extremely costly for customers. Learn how Rockwell Automation
Power Quality solutions – Allen-Bradley uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) and new
SoftSwitching Technologies products including the DySC Dynamic Sag Corrector, I-Sense®
voltage monitoring and the I-Grid® monitoring network – can help leverage and protect your
Integrated Architecture investment and improve uptime in your facility.
SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION
T82 Using Automation Systems to Improve Energy Effi ciency
Rockwell Automation integrates energy management into the control, visualization and information
layers of the Integrated Architecture system. Leverage energy enabled devices, machines and
production lines to report energy data through your control system in a transparent and native manner
via integrated energy. The energy data exposed through the control system can enable opportunities
for operational effi ciency improvements and cost reductions.
SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION
T83 Energy Monitoring and Control with the Rockwell Automation
Energy Intelligence Portfolio
The focus of this session will be the new FactoryTalk Energy Intelligence software portfolio that can
provide a fl exible decision support tool built on a premier ability to manage, visualize, and analyze
system-wide energy data. This session will also touch upon the Allen-Bradley Power Monitors and
how they are used to collect energy information.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN
L01 Introduction to Studio 5000 Logix Designer™
Learn how to reduce development time, start-up and maintenance of your control system by
designing, creating, downloading and testing an Studio 5000 Logix Designer program using a
Logix Programmable Automation Controller.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN
L03 Understanding Advanced Programming and Editing
Techniques in Studio 5000 with Logix Designer
Take full advantage of programming features that set Logix Programmable Automation Controllers
apart from conventional control systems. Learn how to improve productivity by using global
objects in add-on instructions and FactoryTalk View.
HANDS-ON LABS
HANDS-ON LABS LAB REGISTRATION
Hands-on labs allow you to work directly with Rockwell Automation
products. You can register for them before arriving at Automation Fair.
Registering online for hands-on labs will save you time and help
you plan your day more effi ciently, giving you more time to take in
all Automation Fair has to off er.
Review the step-by-step procedure below or talk to your local
Rockwell Automation sales representative or local distributor for
more information.
Register for Automation Fair®
Go to automationfair.com in early August to register to attend
Automation Fair 2013 in Houston, TX.
Register for Hands-on Labs
Go to automationfair.com beginning Monday, September 16
and click on the link for “Hands-on Lab Registration.” Remember
you must be registered for the Automation Fair to register for
hands-on labs; you will need your Automation Fair registration ID
number from your Automation Fair confi rmation email. Once you
make a selection, you will get an email confi rmation that your seat
has been reserved.
Note: If a lab time slot does not appear, it means all seats have
already been reserved. You can register for up to two labs per day
with a maximum of four total.
Check-in for your Hands-on Lab Seats
Starting on Tuesday, October 22 you will need to check-in to
confi rm all your hands-on lab seat selections. You must confi rm by
11 p.m. EST on Friday, November 1 to keep your registered seat(s).
At Automation Fair
When you arrive at the Automation Fair, go to show registration
to pick up your show badge along with your ticket(s) for the
hands-on labs that you are registered for. If you do not register for
your hands-on labs ahead of coming to Automation Fair, you will
still have the opportunity to register once on site, at the walk-up
hands-on lab registration area.
For more information about registering for hands-on labs at this
year’s Automation Fair event, please go to:
www.automationfair.com
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CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN
L04 Increase Your Productivity with Studio 5000 Modular Programming
Modular programming is a way to increase your productivity by using reusable logic and objects.
This session will cover the basics of modular programming from development to deployment. See
what Logix off ers both today (Add on Instructions) and tomorrow (Parameterized Programs), and
when to use which technique. The session includes both instructor-led demonstrations as well as
hands-on activities.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN
L06 Basic PLC Programming with Micro800 Controller Family
This introductory lab will cover the basic capabilities, applications and programming of micro
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). In this lab you will learn about the Micro800 Controller
features such as enhanced graphic programming and controller password protection. This is followed
by programming the Micro800 PLCs with the Connected Components Workbench™ software for a
simple application.
Hands-on labs are ninety minutes and allow you to work hands on
with Rockwell Automation products. See below for information
on how to register.
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CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN
L07 Advanced PLC Topics for Micro800 Controller Family
In this advanced lab, learn how to interface the Micro800 controller family with the PowerFlex
compact drives and Kinetix® component servo drives. Participants will utilize the Connected
Components Accelerator Toolkit to complete simple machine applications.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN
L08 New Techniques to Increase Effi ciency with
PanelView Plus 6 Applications
Learn how new features in PanelView Plus 6/FactoryTalk View Machine Edition can help reduce your
HMI development time, while making your applications more secure. This hands-on lab will focus
on using global objects, leveraging parameters and faceplates, and extending functionality with
ActiveX controls. Customers interested in remote connectivity to their HMI application will
also benefi t from a section of this lab dedicated to FactoryTalk ViewPoint v2.0, featuring a new tag
write capability.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
L02 Applying Network Address Translation (NAT) in
Machine Applications
This combination hands on lab and discussion highlights the utilization of integrated Network
Address Translation (NAT) on the Stratix 5700 switch to easily integrate duplicate machines and
modular systems into a larger Ethernet network. A prior understanding of subnets, VLANs, and routing
is highly recommended.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
L10 Applying Integrated Architecture features to Improve
Industrial Control System (ICS) Security
Gain a better understanding of security features available in the Integrated Architecture and
PlantPAx solutions. Learn how you can protect your IP, secure the communication channel to your
controller, and control access to your processes with FactoryTalk Security in both Studio 5000 and
FactoryTalk View SE. Finally, learn how to audit controller changes and detect unauthorized changes
using FactoryTalk AssetCentre.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
L14 Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP
Learn how to confi gure, program and commission a CompactLogix™ 5370 controller with
integrated motion on EtherNet/IP using the new Kinetix 5500 servo drives and PowerFlex 755
variable frequency drives.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
L15 Size, Select and Confi gure Kinetix® 5500 Servo Drive Using
Motion Analyzer and Studio 5000™
Experience the speed and simplicity of using Motion Analyzer to size and select a
Kinetix 5500 servo drive system. Following the selection process, this lab will also demonstrate
how to export the motion system confi guration to Rockwell Software® Studio 5000 and complete
system commissioning.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
L05 Speed Integration and Reduce Energy Usage with Ethernet-enabled
MCCs, Studio 5000 and IntelliCENTER Software
Experience the ease of integrating CENTERLINE Motor Control Centers (MCCs) with their associated
components – PowerFlex drives and E300 overload relays. See how, with a click of the button,
the new IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant populates the Studio 5000 I/O tree, simplifying device
confi guration and reducing commissioning time and errors. In addition, discover the powerful
combination of IntelliCENTER Energy which will monitor the energy usage within your MCC.
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POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
L09 Premier Integration with Intelligent Motor Control Devices
Gain fi rst hand experience on how “Premier Integration” enhances the integration of PowerFlex
AC drives, E300 overload relays and SMC’s with Logix controllers. See the real time saving
benefi ts of this simplifi ed integration and how this can help reduce time required during system
development, operation and maintenance.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
L11 Drive Programming with the New PowerFlex 520-Series AC Drives
Learn how to quickly and easily confi gure PowerFlex 525 AC drives. From the built-in
human interface module (HIM), to Connected Components Workbench or the Studio 5000
environment, we provide you with powerful, intuitive tools to help enhance your user experience
and reduce your development time so you can deliver machines faster and more effi ciently.
Finally see how automatic device confi guration can save valuable time to get your machines
back on line faster.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
L16 Introduction to the PlantPAx Process Automation System for
Operations and System Engineering
This two part lab examines the PlantPAx System within a simulated plant environment through
the eyes of an operator OR system engineer. As an operator, learn about navigating and
interfacing with the system in a utilities and batch area. As an engineer, learn how to execute
simple confi guration changes and add a new control strategy using the PlantPAx Library. Ideal for
those seeking basic familiarity with the PlantPAx system.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
L17 PlantPAx: Field Device Interface and Asset Management
Interested in driving consistency, reliability and fl exibility in the integration of HART,
EtherNet/IP, Foundation Fieldbus and Profi bus-PA fi eld devices? Learn how to integrate process
instrumentation by utilizing the PlantPAx Device Integration Library and asset management tools.
Gain insight into smart instrument integration by identifying and monitoring device parameters
and viewing online diagnostics. During one hands-on lab there is time to explore only one
technology: HART, EtherNet/IP, Foundation Fieldbus or Profi bus-PA. Attend multiple times to gain
experience in all technologies.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
L12 Introduction to Configuring an AADvance Process Safety Solution
The AADvance solution is a truly distributed, scalable architecture comprised of a hardware
controller and a software environment that allows you to apply diff erent levels of module
redundancy as required by specifi c parts of your application. It off ers a high level of fl exibility from
small quantity I/O to large systems, non-safety to SIL 3, and fail-safe to multiple fault tolerant.
This session will show you how to select, confi gure and deploy a fl exible architecture using the
AADvance Process Safety solution.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
L18 Eff ective Design Methods for Integrating Safety
using Logix Controllers
Learn how you can improve safety and productivity while reducing cost using the integrated
standard and safety GuardLogix® solution. This lab uses simple built-in safety instructions and
features to demonstrate how easily these goals can be achieved.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
L13 Reducing Machinery Safety System Development Time using
Safety Automation Builder
In this session, you’ll learn how to dramatically reduce development and deployment time of
machinery safety systems using the Safety Automation Builder (SAB) confi guration tool. SAB
facilitates the planning of safety systems, helping you lay out the machine safety hazards and
access points, defi ne the appropriate safety functions, select products to achieve the required safety
performance level (PL) according to EN ISO 13849-1, create SISTEMA projects for analysis of all
Safety Functions, and create a bill of material.
SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION
L19 Combining the Latest Rockwell Automation Hardware and
Software for Improved Energy Management
This lab looks at integrating the latest PowerMonitor™ 5000 functionality utilizing FactoryTalk®
EnergyMetrix™ to analyze and understand energy consumption, demand, and power quality
information. It will also introduce FactoryTalk VantagePoint Energy and demonstrate how the basic
meter data can provide overall energy information in a plant’s asset model to correlate energy
information with production for more informed decision making.
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AUTOMATION LIFECYCLE & MIGRATION SERVICES
W01 Real World Workforce Development: A Thought Leadership Panel
Developing a workforce development strategy is paramount to unlocking the potential of your
operation, but it’s often diffi cult to determine where to begin and choose the path that’s best for
you. This panel features representatives from Ford and Alyeska who will discuss their workforce
development strategies and the successful impact on their production and bottom line.
AUTOMATION LIFECYCLE & MIGRATION SERVICES
W02 Lifecycle Extension and Migration Solutions – We Give You Notice and
We Give You Options
Lifecycle challenges have evolved due to advancements in technology. Lifecycle Extension &
Migrations Services help to identify, mitigate and eliminate automation obsolescence risk. Learn how
Rockwell Automation encourages a proactive migration strategy to help minimize your risk associated
with operating older or discontinued products.
AUTOMATION LIFECYCLE & MIGRATION SERVICES
W03 Stop Associating Support with Emergencies
If you have a TechConnect contract, you know you have access to expert engineers to help you
troubleshoot if your line is down. But what you may not know is that support from Rockwell
Automation means so much more than crisis resolution. Our suite of off erings include a wealth of
services that can be used every day to help you run a more effi cient operation and prevent downtime
events. From remote access and monitoring with Application Support or Virtual Support Engineer
(OEMs and end users) to software downloads, Chat Live and Forums through the Remote Support
Center, our live demonstrations in this workshop will show you how to get maximum value for every
support dollar you spend.
AUTOMATION LIFECYCLE & MIGRATION SERVICES
W04 End-to-End Pipeline Control:
From Source to LACT
Over 40,000 kilometers of new pipeline infrastructure is built each year around the globe to help
meet rising demands for energy. Because much of the typical pipeline operation (Well pads,
pipelines and LACT units) is isolated and doesn’t have personnel dedicated to controls engineering
and maintenance tasks, any system failure can be costly and time-consuming. During this
workshop we’ll discuss how to communicate with multiple protocols to allow interfacing with
vendor skids for effi cient control and data collection, and how to design, engineer, install and
maintain your pipeline operations with enhanced safety and improved effi ciency to help you
minimize risks and maximize uptime.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
W05 SLC Migration: Tips & Tools
This workshop will cover the use of SLC migration enablers that help perform an SLC to
CompactLogix migration. Topics covered include Integrated Architecture Builder, code conversion
tools, and the 1747-AENTR Ethernet adaptor.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
W06 802.11 Wireless Considerations for EtherNet/IP
Industrial Applications
Wireless LAN (WLAN), specifi cally 802.11N, is a technology expanding for both mobile personnel
and equipment within EtherNet/IP industrial applications. WLANs and wired LANs have similarities,
but diff erences to consider before design and deployment. This course will introduce WLANs,
review WiFi 802.11N, explain wired and wireless LANs diff erences, basic WLAN topologies, and
explain how to prepare the industrial application for successful deployment of WLANs.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
W07 Design Considerations for Securing EtherNet/IP Networks
Review considerations to help you design and deploy a secure plant-wide EtherNet/IP network
infrastructure. Topics include a defense-in-depth holistic security approach, network security
framework and solutions developed by Rockwell Automation and our partners to help improve
the availability, integrity and confi dentiality of the EtherNet/IP network. A prior understanding of
general industrial Ethernet concepts is recommended.
NETWORKS & SECURITY
W08 EtherNet/IP Network Design Considerations
Review the Rockwell Automation and Cisco Converged Plant-wide Ethernet (CPwE) reference
architecture and network design considerations. Learn the fundamental recommendations to help
reduce network latency and jitter. Also described are segmentation techniques, data prioritization,
resiliency, time synchronization, structure and hierarchy. A prior understanding of general Ethernet
concepts is recommended.
In-depth demonstration workshops are ninety minute presentations by leading
industry experts. All workshops are available on a fi rst-come, fi rst-served
basis on site – no registration required.
WORKSHOPS
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POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
W09 PowerFlex Medium Voltage Drives for Oil and Gas Applications
Learn how PowerFlex 7000 medium voltage drives contribute to oil & gas and other heavy industries
that require continuous and effi cient operation, with focus on oil pipelines, electrical submersible
pumps and propulsion systems for service vessels. To help reduce downtime, realize cost savings and
increase plant safety, see how Virtual Support Engineer monitors equipment and collect valuable
performance analytics.
POWER, MOTION & MOTOR CONTROL
W10 Power Quality and Installation Considerations for
Variable Frequency Drives
Gain a better understanding of power quality issues and installation practices that can help improve
performance of your variable frequency drives. Learn how application requirements vary across
industries and how to help extend the life of your assets.
PROCESS SOLUTIONS
W11 Using the PlantPAx Virtual Image Templates in VMware vSphere
Take some of the mystery out of designing safety solutions by walking through the design of an
actual application utilizing aspects of the “safety lifecycle.” This process includes risk assessment,
risk mitigation, component selection, functional requirements specifi cation, circuit design and logic.
Attendees will help design the circuit and perform verifi cation testing via practical application of
functional safety principles.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
W12 Machinery Safety System Development and
Confi guration Tools Overview
In this session, you’ll learn how to dramatically reduce development and deployment time of
machinery safety systems using the Safety Life Cycle methodology and an array of tools available from
Rockwell Automation. You’ll use a range of tools to help you determine return on investment for safety
projects, design safety functions and systems, select appropriate safety devices, and ensure that your
system meets global safety standards and directives being increasingly specifi ed by manufacturers.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
W13 Introduction to Machine Risk Assessment and Functional
Specifi cation Development
Machine risk assessment provides the framework for safeguarding existing machinery and new machine
designs. By properly identifying hazards and risk associated with machine interaction, you can apply
more eff ective and suitable methods of safeguarding measures that are conform with today’s global
machine safety standards and regulations. This session will showcase the process of performing a
machine risk assessment process, including its place in the safety life cycle and use of available tools
to expedite and document the process. Ideally, we recommend attending “Machinery Safety System
Development and Confi guration Tools Overview” Workshop prior to this session.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
W14 Machinery Safety Solution Design – It’s Not Black Magic
Take some of the mystery out of designing machinery safety solutions by walking through the
design of an actual application utilizing aspects of the “safety lifecycle.” This process includes risk
assessment, risk mitigation, component selection, functional requirements specifi cation, circuit
design and logic. Attendees will help design the circuit and perform verifi cation testing via practical
application of functional safety principles.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
W15 Understanding the Standards Surrounding Arc Flash Hazards and
Arc Resistant Equipment
Uncover the “how-to” of implementing arc resistant equipment within typical industrial or
commercial facilities. This workshop off ers insight into several practical aspects of procuring and
applying arc resistant equipment including NFPA 70E highlights, arc fl ash basics, a review of arc
resistant equipment and arc assessment services.
SAFETY & COMPLIANCE
W16 Understanding Changes to the 2015 edition of NFPA 70E
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the changes to NFPA 70E in the upcoming 2015 edition.
NFPA 70E requirements for safe work practices protect personnel by reducing exposure to major
electrical hazards. Originally developed at OSHA’s request, NFPA 70E helps companies and
employees avoid workplace injuries and fatalities due to shock, electrocution, arc fl ash and arc blast.
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Simplify: By streamlining access to best-in-breed companies
already vetted to meet high standards for quality, ease of
use and technological advancement, Rockwell Automation
and its PartnerNetwork members help simplify project sales,
implementation and support while providing access to expanded
resources to solve your business challenges.
Collaborate: In the context of the PartnerNetwork, collaboration
means building multi-level relationships and executing
coordinated planning, sales and marketing among the partners.
Rockwell Automation and its PartnerNetwork members act as
a single resource to support your business goals and solve your
automation problems.
Innovate: Rockwell Automation works closely with
PartnerNetwork members to design, develop and deliver cutting-
edge technology and services that increase the value of your
automation investment while simplifying your vendor supply chain.
Rockwell Automation and its partners act as a single resource
to support your business goals. Working with members of the
PartnerNetwork requires less time to manage and results in a
broader range of capabilities to solve your automation problems.
THE POWER OF COLLABORATION
Come visit more than 100 partners
from our PartnerNetwork at this
year’s Automation Fair. Our partners
will be displaying their latest
solutions and showing you how they
can help you save time and money.
“ We have a long history of partnering. It is fundamental in our DNA, and we see it as the best way to
address customer needs. Our approach to partnering is based on an understanding that no single supplier
can do it all and a belief in the importance of working with best of breed companies to bring innovation,
global reach and local responsiveness.”
Keith Nosbusch, Chairman and CEO, Rockwell Automation
Collaboration is the best way to provide a complete solution
to address your manufacturing and automation challenges.
After all, no individual organization can command all the
relevant technologies you need. The strength of your network,
including its upstream and downstream partners, will
ultimately determine your ability to grow.
That’s why the Rockwell Automation PartnerNetwork program
provides you immense value. It is a framework of well-
managed relationships based on your needs. It provides you
access to a local, regional and worldwide network of experts.
PartnerNetwork Benefi ts
Each member company of our PartnerNetwork is committed
to helping you streamline your supply chain, simplify
project implementation and receive the best value for
your automation investment. Customers who utilize the
PartnerNetwork have consistently shared that they experience
these three core values: simplify, collaborate, innovate. These
values translate into automated solutions that are clearly
diff erentiated from any other supplier.
Par t ner Net wor k™ Showcase
HMS Industrial Networks Inc
Rockwell Automation Encompass Global Product Partner HMS Industrial Networks
presents the Anybus® Communicator and Anybus X-gateway for DeviceNet™,
ControlNet™ and EtherNet/IP™.
Over 300 individual off -the-shelf gateways
are available to help solve almost any kind of
industrial communication connectivity problem.
All versions are very easy to confi gure, requiring
no programming skills.
Reliability, performance and ease of use have
made Anybus Communicator and Anybus
X-gateway the leading gateway choices within
device and system integration.
Anybus gateways help streamline network infrastructures through easy system
and device integration, thus helping to reduce the overall cost of ownership within
the entire plant.
www.anybus.com
Grace Engineered Products, Inc.
The optical cable voltage indicator (R-3F) from
Grace Engineered Products provides customers
with a Permanent Electrical Safety Device
(PESD) that is designed to keep customers on
the SafeSide™ of electrical panels by providing
them with a no-voltage-at-the-door option.
The R-3F meets both international and
domestic electrical safety standards and
increases employee productivity.
www.graceport.com
WebPort
WebPort is a complete remote access
solution that promises to deliver,
unprecedented ease-of-use, end-to-end
connectivity, data access and event notifi cation. The Complete WebPort solution
couples the WebPort hardware with the WebPort Connects cloud service to provide
the user with a global VPN without the high cost of building and maintaining
their own VPN infrastructure. The Complete WebPort solution promises remote
programming, diagnostics, reporting, alarming, defi nable user roles, cloud storage,
data logging and much more! With WebPort, not only do you get easy to use
Remote Access, with an intuitive user interface and online context-sensitive help,
you have a solution that can scale with your business’ needs, now and in the future.
Let WebPort get your data working for you!
InView
InView is a proven display technology with programmable font sizes that are viewable
from up to 450 feet away! Available in NEMA4 and NEMA12 enclosures, InView is
compatible with Rockwell Automation controllers and networks, including EtherNet/IP,
ControlNet and DeviceNet. Whether
its process alarming, safety messages,
inventory data or just congratulating
the team, InView delivers the right
information to the right place at the
right time. With eleven diff erent models
off ering a variety of display sizes, colors,
fonts, and eff ects, InView delivers the long-term reliability that you expect from
industrial message displays. Technical support for your InView is just a phone call
away. Technical support, provided by the Rockwell Automation Technical Support
Center, is included with every InView display at no charge.
Let InView put information where you want it, when you want it.
www.spectrumcontrols.com
Par t ner Net wor k™ Showcase
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Ultra Electronics, NSPI MX-Series Multiplexers
MX-Series Multiplexers are designed to transmit up to 16 channels of bi-directional
electrical information over a pair of fi ber optic cables. MX-Series feature input/output
module selections that include 4-20 mA, 0-10V DC, contact closure and RS-232/485.
No programming is required, and installation does not require an engineer. MX-Series
carries the relevant certifi cations for use in hazardous environments (ATEX, CE and
FM), making it perfect for applications that include remote data acquisition and signal
transmission in lightning-prone locations and hazardous areas.
Ultra Electronics, NSPI Multi-Channel Contact Closures
Multi-Channel Contact Closures convert up to 10 contact closure inputs (switches, relays,
etc.) into fi ber optic signals for transmission over a single fi ber optic link. Upon activation
of the inputs, the receiver module receives the transmitted signals and de-energizes a
corresponding, on-board relay operating in a fail-safe mode for switching critical systems.
Each of the transmit modules includes two inputs, and is capable of multiplexing up to
10 inputs by cascading additional dual channel input modules. An integrated backplane
allows for communications between modules with no external intermodular connection.
www.ultra-nspi.com
FAST
Wulftec’s FAST is a revolutionary
fi lm feeding system which
accurately delivers fi lm to the
pallet without reacting to a
demand. The best way to control
fi lm failure, ripping and breakage.
FAST eliminates excessive stress on the fi lm and you can use the fi lm to its top
performance. With conventional methods, you reduce the fi lm tension to a point
where the fi lm does not break and waste up to 35% fi lm force. With the FAST you
don’t need to do this. Because you can now use ALL the force that is in the fi lm,
FILM CONSUMPTION can be reduced up to 35% while achieving same containment,
FILM BREAKS are eliminated, and FILM WASTE due to damaged rolls or punctures
are not a factor anymore.
WAVE
Wulftec’s WAVE…there is
nothing like this pallet stretch
wrapping machine in the
packaging industry.
To reduce downtime on a
production line, consideration
must be given to the
downtime resulting from fi lm
changeovers on a conventional
stretch wrapper. Reducing this changeover time is like adding capacity, profi tability
and gaining a competitive edge. The WAVE will not only cut operating costs but will
also improve employee safety – while maximizing your plant’s throughput.
The WAVE patent-pending concept:
• 4 complete No-Thread® powered pre-stretch fi lm carriages that work
alternatively for continuous wrapping
• An indexing mechanism that automatically switches from one carriage
to the other
• Operator exposure to moving parts is eliminated / Category 3 safety package
• Programming of wrap patterns with diff erent roll sizes, thicknesses, pre-stretch
levels, colors, logos, etc.
www.wulftec.com
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The Legacy of Leadership Continues
For the last 20 years your professional electronic troubleshooters have trusted and
relied on Fluke ScopeMeter® Test Tools. Now there is a new addition to the family with
the new 190-502. The higher bandwidth is ideal for those who work in high-tech
electronics or with power electronic devices with switching IGBT’s that produce pulses
with fast, high voltage edges (dV/dt). The scope’s higher sample resolution is critical to
detecting edge rise-time and amplitude and the peak of any refl ection. Combined with
the 500 MHz bandwidth you get everything you expect from a ScopeMeter®, Isolated
input channels, 1000V CAT III, 600V CAT IV safety rated, paperless recorder for up to 48
hours data recording. Stop by the Fluke booth to see one for yourself.
Fluke CNX™ Wireless Test Tools
Your tools - connected.
Solve problems faster. Fluke CNX wireless tools
work together to help you troubleshoot faster.
With the CNX, measurements are:
• Remote
• Simultaneous
The CNX 3000 Wireless Multimeter displays the meter measurement, plus readings
from up to 3 wireless modules. CNX enabled Fluke Thermal Imagers capture up to fi ve
measurements wirelessly and displays them in the image.
No More Run Around:
• See up to four measurements (DMM and 3 modules) on one screen, at the same time
• Five additional measurements with a CNX thermal imager
• Set up the modules and take the readings from up to 20 meters away
No More Writing Down or Waiting:
• Capture up to 65,000 sets of readings over single to multiple logging sessions
using the dmm recording capability
www.fl uke.com
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Par t ner Net wor k™ Showcase
CM44x Liquiline Series Multichannel Analytical Transmitters
Liquiline CM44x is a digital multiparameter controller for process monitoring
and control in industrial and environmental applications. The modular four-wire
transmitter is available as one/two channel,
four channel and six/eight-channel versions
and can be extended at any time. One controller
for all Memosens protocol parameters: pH/ORP,
conductivity, dissolved oxygen, turbidity free
chlorine, SAC and nitrate. Open communication
standards simplify the integration into your process.
Quick sensor exchange can be accomplished
with precalibrated Memosens sensors. Intelligent software recognizes sensors
automatically allowing plug and play for all Memosens sensors without performing
a system reset. Its ease of use and maintenance guarantees operational safety. Our
complete Memosens platform supports you in achieving your goals.
Promass 100 Coriolis Flowmeter
Endress+Hauser’s new Promass 100 compact profi le Coriolis fl owmeter is capable of
0.05% of rate mass fl ow accuracy. Mass or volume fl ow, density, reference density,
temperature and viscosity are control variable options. Communication
outputs are EtherNet/IP and Modbus RS-485, 4-20mA HART and
pulse/frequency. The Promass 100 includes an Add-On Profi le (AOP)
off ering customers seamless integration into the Rockwell
Automation PlantPAx process automation system.
Promass 100 can be commissioned from the control
room via digital fi eldbus communications link or
locally via any web browser by embedded webserver.
Webserver functionality includes full parameter access,
upload/download of parameter settings, troubleshooting
and diagnostics. On-board diagnostics and HistoROM ensure process
safety and plant availability. Stainless steel or aluminum enclosures
allow installation in a variety of applications.
www.endress.com
Burkert ELEMENT Valves, Sensors and Controllers
The Burkert ELEMENT line of Valves, Sensors and Controllers off er a cleaner environment for hygienic processes. The ELEMENT
line is reliable in the control of fl uids including steam, corrosive solvents and chemicals or abrasive fl uids such as slurries in a
wide variety of applications. They combine the desirable characteristics of engineered polymers with highly washable endurance
of stainless steel. There are no coatings, pockets or external pneumatic lines to hinder cleanliness and valves are delivered with
bright visual feedback via signal LEDs or a backlit graphic display.
www.burkert-usa.com
AN-X Gateways
ProSoft Technology’s AN-X gateways are
powerful migration tools designed to allow
ControlLogix™ PACs to control Legacy I/O
platforms such as Remote I/O™, DH+™,
Modicon S908, Texas Instruments 505, and GE Genius. The AN-X gateways also allow
classic PanelViews and Allen-Bradley Drives on Remote I/O to be upgraded to a new
PanelView™ Plus 6 or PowerFlex drive on EtherNet/IP. For more information please visit
our website at http://www.prosoft-technology.com/migration.
Advances in 802.11n Wireless Technology Improve
Mobile Machine and Material Handling Systems
The new ProSoft Technology 802.11abgn
Fast Industrial Hotspot features breakthrough
advancements in client/bridge fast roaming
between access points , EtherNet/IP™ packet
optimization, and support for leaky antenna
cabling expanding secure wireless into
critical mobile machine and material
handling systems.
These new capabilities provide seamless high
speed EtherNet/IP connections for machines
and platforms traveling long distances in assembly plants, crane systems, automated
guided vehicles and mining. The secure, high speed wireless network reduces project
costs, while improving productivity by eliminating mechanical festooning, rails and slip
rings for economical and reliable mobile EtherNet/IP applications.
Applications include wireless Producer/Consumer PLC/PAC networking, wireless remote
I/O, wireless safety I/O, and mobile worker connectivity.
www.prosoft-technology.com
ENGINEERING OUR FUTURE™
FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology),
a not-for-profi t organization, was founded in 1989 by inventor
Dean Kamen. The organization’s vision is to create a world where
science and technology are celebrated and where young people
can dream of becoming science and technology heroes.
The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) is a unique varsity sport
of the mind designed to help high school-aged young people
discover how interesting and rewarding the life of engineers
and researchers can be. FRC challenges teams of young minds
and their mentors to solve a common problem in a six-week
time frame using a standard “kit of parts” and a common set of
rules. FIRST redefi nes winning for these students because they
are rewarded for excellence in design, demonstrated team
spirit, gracious professionalism and maturity, and the ability to
overcome obstacles. Scoring the most points is secondary.
FIRST also off ers the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC), a more
aff ordable and accessible program for high school students,
the FIRST LEGO® League (FLL) for 9 to 14 year-olds and the
Junior FIRST Lego League (FLL) for 6 to 9 year-olds. Teams
from the FRC, FTC and FLL programs will be at the booth
demonstrating their robots.
You are sure to be engaged as students showcase their FIRST
robots in the FIRST Automation Fair booth. Among all the
sophisticated automation products and systems you’ll see in
the convention center, the FIRST booth will surely remind you
why you were inspired to become an engineer.
Rockwell Automation has been a dedicated
sponsor for more than a decade – and that
support has earned Rockwell Automation the
2013 FIRST Founder’s Award. Be sure to visit the
FIRST booth to learn more.
UNIVERSITY RELATIONS
Rockwell Automation provides value off ering a broad range
of partnering opportunities. The University Relations program
is an extension of our partnerships, where relationships are
built with selected universities that off er engineering, business
and technology curriculum. Students gain exposure to
Rockwell Automation technology and its application, helping
them become better candidates for future jobs in industry.
During Automation Fair, students get to see a wide variety of
products and technology and attendees can learn more about
the degree programs off ered by of many of the universities.
Current schools in the Rockwell Automation University
Relations Program:
• Case Western Reserve University
• Florida A&M University
• Georgia Institute of Technology
• Marquette University
• Milwaukee School of Engineering
• North Carolina A&T University
• Penn State University
• Purdue University
• Texas A&M University
• The Ohio State University
• University of Illinois – Urbana/Champaign
• University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
• University of Wisconsin – Madison
• University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Stop by University Row to visit our showcasing schools.
School Par t ner shi p Programs
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