Machine Builder Speaks About Diagnostic Data, Flex Packaging and Machine Validation

By Control Design

Jack Chopper is an automation professional with more than 30 years of manufacturing experience. He's served as a plant engineer for two different manufacturing companies and as the chief electrical engineer for Boston-based Filamatic for more than 18 years. Chopper holds a bachelor of science degree in computer science, loves technology and thoroughly enjoys helping clients solve the ever-growing challenges they face on a daily basis.

His most recent whitepaper, "Dirty Dishes, the FDA and the Fire Department," takes a very interesting look at a common problem shared by organizations across industries—machine validation.

Jack Chopper, chief electrical engineer at Baltimore-based Filamatic, talks about the disconnect between IT and the plant floor when it comes to diagnostic data.

 

Jack Chopper, chief electrical engineer at Baltimore-based Filamatic, discusses OEMs' challenges to avoid a Swiss-army-knife solution with flex packaging.

 

Jack Chopper, chief electrical engineer at Baltimore-based Filamatic, explains machine validation and regulatory requirements.

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