Ignition Community Conference will be virtual this year

May 27, 2020
Virtual ICC will include the keynote address from Inductive Automation’s leadership team, a live-streamed discussion with its VP of technology and director of software engineering, discover gallery projects, and Ignition Firebrand Awards

The Ignition Community Conference will not be held as a physical event this year. Instead, Inductive Automation will host a more streamlined, digital version of the ICC on September 15. This year’s free virtual ICC will include the keynote address from Inductive Automation’s leadership team, a live-streamed panel discussion, video case studies of Ignition projects and several short presentations from experts.

This year, the pre-recorded ICC keynote will be available for all virtual attendees to watch on-demand. At the keynote, attendees will get to hear from the leaders of Inductive Automation as they reflect on the past year in the Ignition community.

The developer panel is a combination of live audience Q&A and a discussion of future plans for the Ignition platform with its software development leadership team. The panel will be live-streamed on its conference website. Attendees will get to hear directly from Inductive Automation’s VP of technology Colby Clegg, and software engineering director Carl Gould, about what’s next for Ignition’s development. In the live Q&A portion of the session, attendees will also be able to participate in a live-streamed, moderated discussion.

The Discover Gallery is a showcase of some of the projects from around the diverse industries that make up the Ignition community. Each year, Inductive Automation creates multiple videos that profile real Ignition projects from around the world of automation. Companies with the top Discover Gallery projects will receive the Ignition Firebrand Award. The deadline for submissions is June 15.

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