Explore the promise of connected devices and how the pumping ecosystem can work seamlessly with them.

The term Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming more common in business meetings, sales calls, industry conferences, and commercial advertising, but what does it mean for the pumping industry and how it can be leveraged for business improvements? The answer, simply put, is that there is no easy answer. In this session, we will explore the promise of connected devices, or IoT, and how the pumping ecosystem can work seamlessly together through automated processes with limited intervention or manual input from traditional human users.

SPEAKERS

Nicole George
Nicole George
Product Manager, Pumping Variable Frequency Drives, Industrial Controls Division
Eaton

Nicole George is the product manager, Pumping Variable Frequency Drives, Industrial Controls Division, Eaton. George has more than eight years of experience with Eaton in various roles in operations, sales, engineering and marketing. She is responsible for Eaton’s pumping strategy including new product development and sales execution. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Tennessee and an MBA from the University of Florida.

Jake Wysocki
Jake Wysocki
Product Manager for Software and IoT, Industrial Controls Division
Eaton

Jake Wysocki is the product manager for software and IoT for the Industrial Controls Division, Eaton. In this role, he is responsible for the division IoT strategy, and working with the various product lines to provide technologies that add value to their customer bases. Jake has more than six years of experience with Eaton from the sales and marketing organizations. He holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Florida.

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Eaton