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Patti (Foote) Schnick
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AV Tech - Paul
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AV Tech - Paul
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Thanks, Chris! Can your tech be used in "air gapped" systems or do you need to access cloud-based resources?
Chris and Denise- Do you or any of the CEOs you have worked with think about the sociological effects technology has locally or globally? Specifically ,automation creates joblessness which then affects homelessness, access to healthcare, etc. Then those in turn affect social services and burden local government fiscally. Does anyone discuss that, or is all about the bottom line?
Training in the cloud. Real time in the plant.
Chris: The main issue for automation today is covering for the lack of available labor. That is the trend I see for the foreseeable future.
Interesting, Chris. I did not know that.
Chris, agreed. Very hard to find enough qualified Operators in utilities
Denise here: as I mentioned, regulatory and biological (matrix) considerations really impede the ability to automate. Having said that, it is difficult for me to get enough qualified staff. Keep sending them my way!
What skills are the available work force lacking?
There is a lot of turnover in the laboratory workforce, especially during covid and people don't progress from skill to mastery frequently enough. Sorry but I have to sign off! Best!
Thank you, James, Chris, and Denise!