Daily Industrial Automation Rundown:

This Monday morning we have new blogs, events, and details on Studio 5000 v35.

First up is a new article from Automation Direct covering the basics of what PID Control is. While there are many such articles on the net, this one was just recently released and you can read it here.

Next up is a press release from Siemens discuss their new collaboration with 80 Acres to scale up their vertical farming, including the use of SIMATIC Automation products. You can read the entire press release here.

Over on the Aveva website (the folks behind InTouch WonderWare) we have a new blog article about the future of Industrial Automation Data, and what innovation may become the trend in 2023, which you can read all about here.

Next up are some recently announced events, including the first one we’ll highligh which is from Copia.

This coming Thursday, January 12, Copia is holding a Introductory Webinar about it’s Git based source control product as well as it’s Device Link device backup solution, and you can sign up for this free event here.

Next up is a Live Webinar on January 26 from Auvesy-MDT (the company behind “Autosave”) discussing fatalism in production and 2023 trends with STATISTA. You can learn more about this event here.

Also quickly approaching is the industry favorite trade show, ATX West. This year is seems like most of the vendors we follow will be attending the show from February 7th to 9th, and you can see a complete list of exhibitors here.On our own website we’ve just released a new article covering the highlights of what’s new in Studio5000 Logix Designer, which you’ll find here.

And that’s it for today’s Industrial Automation roundup! If you’d like to watch or listen to this morning’s show, you can do so below:

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