This webinar's objective is to educate current TDC2000/3000 end users with additional options to
the often costly and disruptive system migration or replacement approaches.
This is a must-attend webinar for people who plan to continue to use legacy TDC2000/3000
control systems and therefore must continue to support and maintain these systems.
The presenter will discuss:
Control system migration requires significant cost, time, and staff resources, especially for a fully
integrated system on a large scale. Are you a TDC2000 or TDC 3000 user that is worried about
the cost of replacing equipment? Does the ROI far exceed the benefit? Has your plant been
operated with satisfactory performance and continuing use (life-extension) for another 15 years is
desirable with a minimal investment? Would you benefit from a service that audits and analyzes
your systems performance and robustness, provides recommended improvement, implements
changes and assists you in maintaining your system, allowing you to free-up resources?
Join us to discuss how TDC users can protect their existing investments, avoid obsolescence,
increase reliability, and take some of the time pressure off having to make decisions relative to
ultimate DCS platform migration.
Azbil Industry Adviser
Monte Cadle has over 40 years of process control experience.
Monte started out as a Process Operator at an FMC Specialty Chemical plant while going to college. After college, Monte started his career in automation as a sales and application engineer for Foxboro. After a stint with Texas Instruments where he was the Major and National Accounts Manager, Monte transferred to Honeywell. Monte held a variety of positions at Honeywell including the Worldwide Oil and Gas Marketing Manager, Western Region Aftermarket Sales and Service Manager and the Legacy DCS product line manager. During his time at Honeywell, Monte was the Product Line Manager for the TDC2000/3000 product line.
Having worked for both end users and suppliers for many years, Monte brings a broad perspective to discussions concerning the automation industry.