Inductive Automation

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    Inductive Automation is a company developing industrial automation software. It offers the Ignition, an industrial application platform that provides supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), manufacturing execution system (MES), human-machine interfaces (HMI), alarming, reporting, edge computing, enterprise, and mobile solutions.
    HQFolsom, CA, US
    Employee Ratings3.8

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    Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)151(+3%)
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Inductive Automation

    Steve Hechtman

    Steve Hechtman

    Wendi-Lynn Hechtman

    Wendi-Lynn Hechtman

    Katharina Robinett

    Katharina Robinett

    Executive VP of Operations
    Colby Clegg

    Colby Clegg

    VP of Technology
    Don Pearson

    Don Pearson

    VP of Sales & Marketing
    Ilene Block

    Ilene Block

    VP of Administration & General Counsel
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    Inductive Automation Office Locations

    Inductive Automation has an office in Folsom
    Folsom, CA, US (HQ)
    90 Blue Ravine Rd
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    Inductive Automation Financials and Metrics

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    Inductive Automation Operating Metrics

    Inductive Automation's Customers was reported to be 274 in May, 2020.
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    Inductive Automation Cybersecurity Score

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    Inductive Automation Online and Social Media Presence

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    Inductive Automation News and Updates

    Opto 22’s groov EPIC Firmware Update Enhances Secure Remote Access with VPN, adds Inductive Automation Ignition Options

    Opto 22 announces the release of firmware update 1.4.1 for the groov EPIC® Edge Programmable Industrial Controller, expanding the capabilities of this next-generation industrial control system. Engineers and developers will find helpful new networking options and tools, plus new software choices for…

    Inductive Automation Blogs

    Data, SCADA and Digital Transformation

    Editor’s Note: Our content marketing team had the opportunity to sit down with Travis Cox, one of the Co-Directors of Sales Engineering at Inductive Automation. With so many industrial automation solutions out there, we wanted to pick Travis’ brain about some important topics affecting SCADA now and…

    Summing Up 2020 with Our Top Content of the Year

    It’s been an unprecedented year for the world, and for all of us here at Inductive Automation. While it certainly hasn’t been an easy year for many, our team found ways to rapidly respond to our changing global situation, while growing new programs and initiatives and building the Ignition community…

    Unlimited Licensing: A Gift That Never Stops Giving

    Holidays are a gift-giving time and it’s always nice to get a gift, but have you noticed how some gifts last longer than others? Some break and get tossed out, some lose their novelty and gather dust, while others are useful and lasting year after year.

    Ignition 8.1.1: Improvements to Commissioning, Gateway Interface, Designer Find/Replace & Performance

    We’re hot on the heels of 8.1.0’s release and the trains keep pushing along! As mentioned during the ICC Developer Panel, we’re spending more time in 8.1 polishing and refining existing features. That’s why you won’t find any large new features this time around but you’ll definitely find quite a few…

    New Options and Important Changes Coming to TotalCare Support

    At Inductive Automation, we talk constantly about our software. We love to highlight how powerful the software is, and discuss the endless range of functionality it provides. We often discuss new features, future plans, useful tricks, and, very importantly, the success our customers have using it. A…

    Edge Computing’s Essential Role in Digital Transformation

    Editor’s Note: At Inductive Automation, we like to engage in conversations with other thought leaders in the industrial space. Recently, our marketing content team had the opportunity to interview Johnny Chen, the Solutions Architect for OnLogic, which is a leading maker of built-to-last industrial …
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    Inductive Automation Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Inductive Automation founded?

      Inductive Automation was founded in 2003.

    • Who are Inductive Automation key executives?

      Inductive Automation's key executives are Steve Hechtman, Wendi-Lynn Hechtman and Katharina Robinett.

    • How many employees does Inductive Automation have?

      Inductive Automation has 151 employees.

    • Who are Inductive Automation competitors?

      Competitors of Inductive Automation include SDC, ASM Technologies and Emircom.

    • Where is Inductive Automation headquarters?

      Inductive Automation headquarters is located at 90 Blue Ravine Rd, Folsom.

    • Where are Inductive Automation offices?

      Inductive Automation has an office in Folsom.

    • How many offices does Inductive Automation have?

      Inductive Automation has 1 office.