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ICC 2020 Recap: Envisioning the Future Together at our First Virtual Conference

It’s no exaggeration to say that the 2020 Ignition Community Conference was unlike any ICC before. This year’s ICC, held on September 15th, was the eighth ICC overall and the first ful...

by David Dudley, Inductive Automation  -  September 23, 2020
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ICC 2019 Recap: Exchanging Limitless Ideas and Possibilities

Is it really possible that another Ignition Community Conference has come and gone? After months of increasing excitement and preparation, we held our 2019 conference last week at the ...

by David Dudley, Arnell J. Ignacio, and Lauren Walters  -  October 01, 2019
From Mice to Dinosaurs, Master Inventor Andy Stanford-Clark Finds Practical Uses for IoT Lauren Walters Thu, 11/01/2018 - 14:02
At Inductive Automation, we’re always excited when we get to work with innovative thinkers. It was a thrill to host one such figure, Andy Stanford-Clark of IBM, for a talk called “Andy Explains the Internet of Things — and Mousetraps.” The talk was sponsored by Inductive Automation and presented on September 20th at the Harris Center in Folsom, California, where ICC 2018 had concluded the previous day. A crowd of well over 300 people, including many ICC attendees, joined IA for an evening of inspiration, conversation, and Internet of Things (IoT) innovation with one of the leading minds in the industry.