In this episode, host Tim Wilson concludes season 1 of Evolution in Controls. One year ago, Tim and his production team created the set and readied the cameras for the very first episode. With excitement, anticipation and even apprehension, the first episode was posted and viewers began to tune in.
Each new episode introduced an expert special guest to keep viewers up-to-date on the electrification of mobile off-road equipment, form-in-place foam gasketing, the development of automated conveyor systems and more.
One of our favorite episodes from season 1 is "Factory of the Future" where Tim met with Greg Gumbs, the president and CEO of Bosch Rexroth. They talked about factory automation and mobile hydraulics. Mark Garrett, the president and co-owner of Morrell Group, also talked about hydraulics power with Tim. They also discussed the Internet of Things (IoT) and its impact on equipment optimization.
We had a great season, so join Tim for the final episode of season 1. And, get ready for the launch of season 2 of Evolution in Controls coming next year where we'll take a deeper look at applications, converse with industry leaders, and take a deep dive into new or developing technology.
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