Drives and Control Solutions

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DCS Rotator Products

Glenn McManus is a Technical Sales Representative for Rotator Products Limited based out of Woodbridge, Ontario. He got his start in the industry as a control panel technician in the 70’s for Fischer & Porter, a company that would eventually be purchased by ABB.

 

 

DCS Cotton 400Daniel Cotton began his career with ABB in 1989, where he remained until 1993 and returned to in 2007.

 

 

 

 

DC PB Shakeel 400

Shakeel Rajwani is a Senior Controls Engineer with AeroFarms, a vertical farming company operating out of Newark, New Jersey.

 

 

 

 

DCS matt davis 400

Drives & Control Solutions had the pleasure of interviewing Matt Davis of Newfoundland Power, a talented young professional working as a Protection and Controls Engineer.

 

 

 

DCS RMI Profile 400

Founded by John Pawloski, Rolling Motion Industries operates along side Jewelers Machinist Company, which began with John and his brother Ray’s grandfather.

 

 

 

Chris Beharrell Exceed 400

Chris Beharrell is a Control Systems Engineer for Exceed Electrical Engineering, a company he founded earlier this year along with Joshua Laye.

 

 

 

DCS Tervit Canada Controls 400

Canada Controls, currently in their fifth year, is a unique company in the system integration and building controls industry.

 

 

 

EIN Medeiros ABB 2 400Stephanie Medeiros leads ABB Canada’s Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure team, as well as transit bus charging in the United States and Canada. She has been with ABB in various positions for 10-years, compiling a diverse skillset that includes work all over the world.

 

 

Jon Watson Eramosa 400After attending Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario for Electrical Engineering Technology and Automated Systems, Jon Watson began as a System Integrator at Eramosa right out of school.

 

 

 

DavidBlake 400At 68-years young, David is a veteran of the industry, spending the majority of his 40-year career with Electrozad dealing with automation related components, dating back to the introduction of PLCs.

 

 

 


Editor's Pick: Featured Article


By Brian Fortney, Global Portfolio Lead, Rockwell Automation

Having a workforce that’s well trained on current technologies and equipment is critical for any manufacturer. When workers lack necessary skill sets, they are more likely to make expensive mistakes that result in costly downtime. Without proper training, employees are also less productive and have lower job satisfaction. They often feel as though they aren’t moving forward in their career and get discouraged. In addition, the correlation between well-trained workers and a safer manufacturing environment shouldn’t be overlooked.

Clearly, the importance of industrial training must be a key consideration for employers. Unfortunately, developing a workforce with necessary knowledge isn’t always easy. A variety of factors are creating a serious skills gap, and many companies are struggling to find ways to address the challenges.

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ABB Made In CanadaABB is an international company with a large global presence, but did you know that a significant percentage of the products sold in Canada are also designed and manufactured locally? As part of its sustainability 2030 strategy, ABB is focused on energizing the transformation of society and industry to achieve a more productive, sustainable future.

ABB is committed to Canada’s vision for a green, safe, and affordable infrastructure and to supporting the country’s value chain. With supply chains as local as possible, ABB ensures adaptability to sudden shifts, opportunities for new jobs and economic growth. 

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Regal Tag-It Asset management ProgramRegal Beloit Corporation, a major manufacturer of electric motors, electrical motion controls, power generation and power transmission components, recently announced the introduction of its Tag-It program for asset management. Part of the Regal internet of things (IoT) offering, the Tag-It program creates a path for continuous facility improvement by enabling faster maintenance and simplifying the MRO procurement process.


In addition, users can easily add Perceptiv diagnostic services remote monitoring to keep an eye on critical equipment. This 24/7 monitoring technology will help customers increase equipment reliability and maximize production. 

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