Ignition Projects Wanted: Submit Yours to the Discover Gallery

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.



Ignition is especially exciting to work with because of the many capacities that it can be used in: visualization, controls, IIoT, plant management, enterprise systems, the list goes on. We love to celebrate innovation of all kinds at Inductive Automation, especially the ingenious projects that our customers build all over the world. 

That is why we created the Discover Gallery, a yearly showcase at the Ignition Community Conference where attendees can see the greatest and most innovative projects using Ignition. It’s our way of encouraging and honoring the brilliant minds working with Ignition. 




We invite members of our Ignition community to submit their top projects for consideration. Projects are then whittled down to a select few. Each winning project receives a full case study completed by Inductive Automation, which will receive a spot in the gallery, both onsite at the conference and on our website. They also receive an opportunity to win one of our Firebrand Awards, which are awarded annually to the top projects within the Discover Gallery.




Not only is the Discover Gallery a great way to bring visibility to your company, but it’s also an excellent way to commemorate your team’s hard work in the past year. At every ICC the impressive quality of the projects inspires our Ignition development process.

Submit Your Project

I’d like to invite you to consider submitting a project you’ve completed in the past year for the Discover Gallery. Now is a great time to start thinking about your submission! Whether you’ve never submitted, or you’re a Discover Gallery veteran, we want to see how you are leading with Ignition and celebrate your wins. 

See the submission page for details on the process. The deadline for applications is May 15th. 

Submit your project for the Discover Gallery here!

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.