Today’s competitive environment demands automation solutions that increase plant efficiency and profitability. Control system performance can significantly impact your bottom line. Leveraging automation capabilities through simplified, cost-effective migration to a new technology, while optimizing current investments is a key to success.

A well-designed approach coupled with right technologies can help ease out challenges posed by the pandemic while undertaking control system refurbishment projects without further delay.

Join this Honeywell webinar to learn about:
• Challenges regarding mobility and project delivery in the current situation
• Methods to ease these challenges by choosing right technologies
• Integrated solution to avoid multiple vendor interfaces
• Virtual Engineering Platform to minimize physical interaction - remote project creation and engineering using cloud technology
• Honeywell technologies to offer design flexibility and reduce project schedule (Universal Channel Technology, IO and Controller HIVE, IT HIVE, LEAP, and late binding)
Tue, Jun 29, 2021 · 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
Sanjay Deshmukh
Global Marketing Leader–Power, Honeywell
Sanjay Deshmukh is the Global Marketing Leader for Power Generation Vertical at Honeywell. He is responsible for providing marketing and business development support to grow business in Power Generation Industry Vertical. He also oversees product development, solution architecting, standard builds and best practices needs specific to power generation industry to improve overall business performance.
He has well over 25 years’ experience in the power generation automation industry having held various roles and level of responsibilities in engineering, sales & marketing.
Sonal Patel
Editor/Moderator, POWER magazine
Sonal Patel is a national award–winning journalist, who has covered a wide range of technology, business, and policy issues for POWER since 2008. Along with keeping her eye on international matters for the magazine’s monthly Global Monitor section, she contributes in-depth analysis and spot news pieces for POWER and its other media channels. Sonal also surveys, crunches, and visualizes power sector data and trends for inclusion in web and print infographics. She is a graduate of the University of Houston.