Why do we need smarter machines?
In the mobile equipment market, it’s not enough to be different. You have to be distinctive. To satisfy demands for better performance and productivity, OEMs must deliver machines that challenge the limits of what’s possible.
In this webinar, Eaton will introduce us to the “Smarter Machine Movement”. They will cover the top three reasons we need smarter machines as well as redefining what mobile machines can do. This free webinar will provide insight on:
- Dynamic Machine Control
- The next generation of advanced valves
- How to overcome valve problems
- Examples of Smart Machines in the field
Experience a whole new level of control – Dynamic Machine Control. Empowered by Eaton.
Paul Brenner, Global Electronic and Controls Manager, Eaton
Paul Brenner has over 25 years of experience in the fields of engineering research of ground engaging machinery and advanced hydraulic systems. Paul holds several US patents and has patents pending relating to high efficiency hydraulics, hydraulic energy recovery and system wide diagnostics. He has held senior engineering and strategic roles within large privately owned and publicly traded companies in Europe and North America.
Nadine Powell, Global Product Manager Mobile Controls and Mobile Valves, Eaton
Nadine Powell is a marketing and sales professional with nearly 20 years of experience developing and implementing sound marketing strategy. She is currently the Global Product Manager – Mobile Valves for Eaton’s Hydraulics Business, where she drives market analysis and development to grow the company’s mobile valve market share. Powell holds a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in journalism and public relations from Eastern Illinois University.
Paul Heney, Moderator – Editorial Director, Fluid Power World
Paul J. Heney is Editorial Director of Design World, and has been writing about engineering and manufacturing topics for nearly 20 years. His specific coverage areas include hydraulics, pneumatics, robotics, power transmission, green engineering, and aerospace. He has a BS in Engineering Science & Mechanics from Georgia Tech.