Gary On Manufacturing - Gary Mintchell



Where Operations Technology and Information Technology come together. Essays and interviews with Gary Mintchell.


  • Automation Minutes 010 - 05.26.2006

    26/05/2006 Duración: 19min

    Gary Mintchell's Automation Minutes including further notes on news from Hannover, MES/HMI and PLM combination, ISA standards updates, the ABB users conference and the Packaging Automation Forum.

  • Automation Minutes 009 - 05.02.2006

    02/05/2006 Duración: 14min

    Report on Boston trip for Invensys InFusion announcement. Report from Hannover Fair.

  • Automation Minutes 008 - 04.01.2006

    01/04/2006 Duración: 13min

    Not an April Fools joke, but ruminations on some market forces affecting automation professionals. Also announcing my upcoming trip to the Hannover Fair and thoughts on the Automation Federation (what, no AA 12-step jokes?).

  • Automation Minutes 007 - 03.20.2006

    21/03/2006 Duración: 10min

    Another edition of Gary Mintchell's Automation Minutes. News on important software survey, notes on standards, thoughts for marketing people, innovation and adoption of technology.

  • Automation Minutes 006 - 03.06.2006

    06/03/2006 Duración: 18min

    News and views from the world of automation from the editor in chief of Automation World magazine. Includes discussion of software interoperability and some Linux and Java thoughts.

  • Automation Minutes 005 - 02.21.2006

    21/02/2006 Duración: 05min

    Live from the ARC Forum in Orlando, Rockwell Sr. VP of Global Industry Solutions Keiran Coulton discusses his new role and the company's emphasis on vertical industry solutions.

  • Automation Minutes 004 - 02.17.2006

    17/02/2006 Duración: 20min

    Sitting in for Gary Mintchell, Dave Newcorn speaks with P&G's open architecture evangelist, Dave Chappell, direct from Italy, on the results of the Make2Pack meeting held earlier in the day with about 40 Italian packaging machinery OEMs. Chappell talks about the implications of Make2Pack for all machine builders, both foreign and domestic, as well as end users.

  • People Who "Get It"

    09/02/2006 Duración: 08min

    Some marketers "get it" and some don't. I just had a meeting with Bengt and Victoria from the Swedish HMI manufacturer Beijer, and they "get it." That is, they understand where automation is today and how to build a smart company.

  • Automation Minutes 002 - 01.30.2006

    30/01/2006 Duración: 08min

    Many executives are moaning about the coming loss of expertise as baby boomers retire taking all their knowledge with them. As Dorothy Leonard details in her books "Wellsprings of Knowledge" and "Deep Smarts" they really should be building a learning organization and building their knowledge pools to avoid that disaster.

  • Automation Minutes 001 - 01.18.2006

    18/01/2006 Duración: 05min

    Manufacturing software industry consolidation took a new turn last week as Gary Mintchell describes in this podcast. Not only was one company acquired, but a venture firm took an equity stake in another company and raised the bidding for a third. RSS has had a tremendous impact on the way information flows over the Web. Shouldn’t manufacturing software suppliers be looking at this technology as well?

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