Working within the remote world is definitely challenging and figuring out a new way to get the training and education you need can be tricky. I love webinars, but although they can be informative and a great visual way to learn, after a while they tend to run together. Or at least they do for me. I need something more interactive. And if you’re anything like me, which maybe you’re not, you’re looking for a new way to learn too.
Now granted, I may be a little biased since I worked on the program, but I think Siemens Innovation Sessions are the next best thing. They’re the latest addition to the Process Automation Innovation Tour.
Hosted by technical and industry experts, this ongoing series of education sessions are a great way to learn the best practices, interact with the latest technologies, and stay informed about what’s going on in the market.
I know what you’re thinking – or at least, what I’d be thinking if someone told me about this: Another webinar series? Great. How is this any different?
These 30-minute sessions aren’t your average presentation!
We’re putting a new spin on the webinar – think live Q&As, polls, games, and product demonstrations! Coffee talk at its finest!
Sure, we may use some PowerPoint slides here and there, but it’s only going to be when we want to share some really detailed information and we don’t want you (or us) to miss anything!
What are you looking for?
- Distributed control systems? Got it.
- Instrumentation? Of course! (That’s my bread and butter.)
- Industry focus? It was first on the list!
- Systems and security? Absolutely!
- Digitalization? Are you kidding me?! Where would we be if we didn’t include some element of digitalization? Without a doubt!
Our first Innovation Session, on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, at 2 p.m. ET, will be covering instrumentation and digitalization. My colleague and fellow blogger, Jack Roushey, will be participating in a live Q&A (with yours truly interviewing) to discuss how digitalization can help in today’s work environment and in light of the issues surrounding water as a resource.
Join us and let us know what questions you have! Or, you can contact me with your questions and I’ll post the recording here for you!