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Michael Skurla

Radix IoT

Chief Product Officer

Michael Skurla

As Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder of Radix IoT, Michael Skurla handles global Marketing & Product Viability for forthcoming product strategy and IP for markets, and merger & acquisitions targets. Previously, as CTO, he set product strategy. His over two decades’ experience in control automation and IoT product design with Fortune 500 companies focused on the intersection of software/hardware, data aggregation & analytics for mission-critical industries. He’s a sought-after speaker, a thought leader, a contributor to top industry publications, lecturer on outcome-based analytics, consolidated data methodologies for building and industrial applications through data, and a contributing member of ASHRAE, USGBC, 7x24Exchange, and IES Education.


On The Edge of Security

With IoT’s vast global economic and societal significance, this timely presentation will explain and answer security concerns for manufacturers, software platforms, and end-users interested in investing with clarity, adapting to the new norm, while consolidating previously disjointed data for insight, automation, AI, and ML.

IoT is a rapidly growing mix of hardware, firmware, and cloud services with vast global economic and societal significance. IoT theoretically brings together what was disjointed to allow for such outcomes as long-term analytical insight via AI and ML based automation. Though these outcomes are in debatable states of maturity; they are on an irreversible course in an intercommunity of hardware and data that are driving a new world.

Panel: Revamping Legacy SCADA Systems: Approaches and Challenges for Modernization in the 21st Century

Moderator: Mike Skurla, Chief Product Office & Co-Founder, Radix IoT

Reed Wells, Manager of SCADA & System Operation, Flint Energies
Haakon Sullivan, Electrical Engineering Specialist, City of Prince George
Jake Hawkes, Sr. Product Manager, Enterprise SCADA, Aveva

This panel session will focus on modernizing legacy SCADA systems, particularly those designed and implemented in the 19th & 20th century, to meet the demands of the 21st century. The panelists will discuss approaches and challenges for upgrading SCADA systems, including the latest trends and technologies, best practices, and strategies for overcoming obstacles.

As we move into a more connected and digitalized era there are many reasons why companies need to modernize the way they interface with and use their SCADA systems. Examples include, customer satisfaction, regulation, efficiency and safety.

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