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.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2003
    HQFolsom, CA, US
    Websiteinductiveautomation.com
    Employee Ratings3.9

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Jul 2021)163
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Inductive Automation

    Steve Hechtman

    Steve Hechtman

    CEO
    Wendi-Lynn Hechtman

    Wendi-Lynn Hechtman

    COO
    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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    Founding Date

    2003
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    Inductive Automation Operating Metrics

    Inductive Automation's Customers was reported to be 274 in May, 2020.
    Jan, 2017May, 2020

    Countries

    100100

    Customers

    274

    Industries Served

    28

    Trademarks

    27
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    Human Capital Metrics

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    Inductive Automation Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    B

    81/100

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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

    Ignition 8.1.8: Visualization Updates, Expression Language, OPC UA, Docker and Much More

    Moving at a steady pace, the release train has been on the go since Ignition 8.0 was introduced to the world. With all the far reaches the train has traveled, occasionally it needs to come in for maintenance and get a tune-up. Ignition 8.1.8 brings some maintenance updates and "fit and polish" to Ig…

    5 Reasons Why Ignition is the Future of the Food & Beverage Industry

    In today’s world, automation is a necessity for all manufacturers. Food and beverage manufacturers in particular face many challenges that make an investment in automation and supervisory control essential to remaining competitive. The market changes abruptly and often: recipes need to be reformulat…

    5 Levels of Cybersecurity in Automation

    As manufacturers continue to adopt Industry 4.0 and IIoT technology, cybersecurity is becoming more and more critical with each passing day. Successfully protecting a network requires not only constant vigilance but strategies for securing your organization at every level. However, even with the bes…

    We’re Calling on the Community for the 2021 Build-a-Thon & Exchange Challenge

    In our ICC 2021 announcement, we mentioned that this year marks the historic return of the Build-a-Thon. When we chose “Evolve” as the theme for this year’s conference, we picked it for a reason: We’re taking the Build-a-Thon to its next evolution!

    Inductive Automation is Now a Remote-First Company

    When COVID-19 hit the United States in March 2020, it became immediately clear that life — both at work and at home — would be different. The question was: how different and for how long?

    The Future of Ignition 7.9 LTS and EOL Plans

    Ignition 7.9 is the last Long-Term Support (LTS) release for the Ignition 7 branch. LTS versions of Ignition receive active support from our development and tech support teams, including improvements and fixes for a full five years after their release. Our original plan was to end active, long-term …
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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 163 employees.

    • Who are Inductive Automation competitors?

      Competitors of Inductive Automation include Emircom, Upstack and e-fluxus.com.

    • 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.