We know you’re busy – but hear us out! If you’re questioning whether or not you should attend this year’s Pro4M event then you need to know what four tracks we will be focusing on. We will have a host of vendor partners and subject matter experts on hand to dish out the details on how you can improve productivity, connectivity, and reliability. Keep reading for more detailed information regarding each track and visit our event website to learn more about this 2 day event and register before April 19th to save money!


The Industrial Internet of Things is a reality. Manufacturers are struggling as plant floor networks continue to grow unchecked. Many have concerns about safety, security, and reliability. One misplaced cable can bring an entire production area to its knees. Take this opportunity to learn what it takes to build a future-proof network. Featured sessions in this track include:

  • The Importance of Physical Infrastructure to Achieving a Connected Enterprise
  • How to Design Mission Critical Data Collection Using PLC/PAC Based SQL Database Modules
  • Transforming Traditional Industrial Networks to IoT Architectures


We will have our very best vendor partners on hand to highlight new products and technologies at Pro4M 2019. Take this opportunity to learn from them what your first steps would be to get started. Learn key features and benefits as well as get an understanding of what the engineering effort would be required to implement those solutions. Featured sessions in this track include:

  • Getting Started with Embedded Analytics and Mobility
  • Addressing Workforce Challenges Through the Use of Technology
  • Utilizing Machine Builder Libraries Content to Deploy Robust, Reliable, and Repeatable Solutions


Pro4M is a Process Control Forum, meaning that  a good portion of the sessions will be focused on Process Control Fundamentals. We have technical sessions, product demonstrations, and hands-on labs focused on continuous process control, sequential control, and process fieldbus networks. Subject matter experts from Rockwell Automation, Yokogawa, and the International Society of Automation (ISA) will be on hand to lend support, answer questions, and give insight. Also featured in this track is Werner Electric Supply’s very own process trainer, MiA (Mee-ah)! Sign up for a front row seat and get a firsthand look at the process control solutions in action! Featured sessions in this track include:

  • Understanding Control Valve Attributes
  • Best Practices for PlantPAx: Proper Project Sizing, Add On Instructions, Graphic Libraries
  • MiA Deep Dive (an up close and personal demo with our process trainer)


All Client Case Studies at Pro4M 2019 will be from the user perspective. Learn from your peers how they implemented process projects – what would they do differently? What have they learned? Sign up for these sessions to understand the steps they took to identify and fund their projects. Join us as they share lessons and key takeaways for manufacturers considering going down the same road in the future. Featured sessions in this track include:

  • Paper Mill Sees Clearly the Benefit of a Single Pane of Glass
  • Hitting Paydirt with CIP
  • Faster Reaction Time with PlantPAx

Download the Pro4M Technical Session Agenda for more details, or contact Dan Egan, Direct of Process Control Product Manager at Werner Electric Supply, to learn more!

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