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Travis Cox

Co-Director of Sales Engineering / Inductive Automation
Travis Cox started with Inductive Automation in 2003 and has previously served as director of training and director of support. Travis has overseen numerous successful launches of HMI and SCADA projects across various diverse industries. His exemplary work as an Ignition trainer and sales engineer has helped produce hundreds of vocal Ignition advocates who continue to drive the company's growth.
Data, SCADA and Digital Transformation Travis Cox Mon, 01/11/2021 - 10:24
Editor’s Note: Our content marketing team had the opportunity to sit down with Travis Cox, one of the Co-Directors of Sales Engineering at Inductive Automation. With so many industrial automation solutions out there, we wanted to pick Travis’ brain about some important topics affecting SCADA now and in the future. See what Travis has to say about SCADA systems, digital transformation, the explosive increase in data, and the future of SCADA.
How Security Works in the Ignition Perspective Module Travis Cox Mon, 04/13/2020 - 11:50
If you’ve visited this blog at all during the past year, chances are you’ve heard about the Ignition Perspective Module. Since releasing the module in April 2019, we’ve told you quite a bit about how Perspective provides powerful new capabilities for building mobile-first industrial applications natively in HTML5 and CSS3. One aspect of Perspective that we haven’t explored in much detail are its security features, so in this blog post I’ll give you a closer look at how we’ve built Perspective with security in mind, right from the very beginning.
Ignition Projects Wanted: Submit Yours to the Discover Gallery Travis Cox Tue, 01/07/2020 - 13:30
From virtual reality to airport baggage handling, solar energy to oil and gas, Ignition is used everywhere, in all kinds of fascinating applications. As Co-Director of Sales Engineering, I’m lucky enough to see these projects out in the field on a regular basis, and I’m always impressed with the ways our customers innovate with our platform.
Facing 21 CFR Part 11 and Data Integrity Requirements With Confidence Travis Cox Fri, 07/12/2019 - 11:53
Like all industries, companies in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries are concerned with protecting and getting more insight from their data. Additionally, the issues of electronic-record and electronic-signature management and data integrity have become increasingly important for these industries in recent years. This has been driven by 21 CFR Part 11 and ALCOA standards, which are in place to help ensure the quality and safety of all pharmaceutical products.