Stan Galanski, is SVP of Engineering Services, CBT. Stan is a Program and Engineering Executive in Information Technology, with Aerospace and IT Industry experience. Significant achievements in Program Management, Solution Design/Deployment/Test, Domestic and Global Sales, Product Management, and developing GTM Strategies with Systems Integrators, and OEMs. Recent accomplishments in integrating IT/OT technologies and bringing advanced IIoT Solutions to market for process and discrete Manufacturing companies. Across-the-board experience in government contracts, corporate restructuring (mergers and acquisitions), overseeing large program, sales, and engineering-specific teams, executive customer engagement, and mentoring diverse corporate personnel. Complimentary knowledge and practice in sales pipeline production, project management, business plan development, and budget adherence. Consistently met program deliveries, achieved revenue goals while maintaining customer satisfaction throughout contract periods. Aspiring to lead companies into new frontiers, e.g., Digital and Information Technologies, Aerospace Sciences.View the profile
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Modern connected business demands that we deliver faster, safer, more reliable and lower cost compute platforms than ever before. In this session, we’ll review how Edge Computing is quickly becoming the optimal architecture for addressing these desired attributes in industries such as Manufacturing, Automotive, Healthcare, Construction, and Retail, as well as cite some of the leading companies investing in Edge Computing. We will share a real-world example of a Process Manufacturing Plant that has deployed HPE’s Edgeline products which contributed direct and indirect ROI for solutions of Condition Monitoring, Video Analytics, Connected Worker, and Operational Analytics. Finally, we are prepared to share some of the lessons learned from our experience delivering these solutions and subsequently discuss how your business could reap the benefits of an Edge Computing implementation.
01:21 What drives the need for edge computing (high level)?
04:03 Leaders in edge computing
07:33 The future HW architecture
09:50 Use cases
11:55 Video analytics
17:09 Edge computing ROI
Good afternoon. My name is Stan Galanski, and I'm Senior Vice President of Engineering Services for CB Technologies. I'm also certain is a systems integration executive on Refinery the Future today. I'm going to talk about Edge Computing and how it delivers for turn on the decimal point in the process manufacturing earlier a test to see if across answers to a chemical plant. of the technology that we had talked about today. Points of discussion that we're going to cover is what's driving
Edge Computing and today's Industries what technologies are enabling as Computing to be value in this field. Where is that Computing being the Ford besides WKC know where it's being a suspected least a little eyes processing that the industry for gas, in the chemical processing industry for the work. They're usually two sets of drivers for Innovation, but a technical challenge that needs to be solved or an urgent cost-saving measure that needs to be discovered. But this bothers me to convey a relational aspect of Easter driver.
Industry is always looking for a way to reduce costs in the eye of the IT world. This is often accomplished by faster execution. The processing Freedom with that you're going to need large amounts of data a higher quality of information for personnel to make a smarter decision. If you have venom play you will likely produce more products. Another way of looking at faces. If you can process large amounts of data where the
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