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.) (Apr 2021)161(+4%)
    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 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 8.1.5: New Security Features, Perspective Improvements, and Tab Browser Updates

    Descending from Update Mountain, Ignition 8.1.5 brings you a packed train of features and updates that continues to make Ignition better. This train in particular brings goodies forged in collaboration with you, the users. In 8.1.5, we have added security features to expression objects, SAML provide…

    Ignition 8.1.4: Perspective Embedded Parameters, Workstation On-Screen Keyboard, EAM Inherited Resources & More

    Have your tickets at the ready! Ignition 8.1.4 is pulling into the station, loaded with new updates to keep making your Ignition experience better and better. This release train delivers a lot of exciting changes, but I only have time to call out a handful. Those changes include an easier way to set…

    ICC 2021: Evolving the Virtual Experience

    For everyone, 2020 was a year of firsts. At Inductive Automation, it was the first time we hosted our Ignition Community Conference virtually. One of the benefits of this format change was that ICC 2020 was by far the highest-attended conference in Inductive Automation’s history, so we’re coming int…

    Ignition 8.1.3: Audit Profile Pruning, Barcode Scanning Color, and Perspective, Web Dev, and Logix Driver Updates

    Ignition 8.1.3 just pulled up to the station. Continuing the trend started in 8.1.0, this release is maintenance-focused, giving more priority to polish and quality-of-life improvements over large new features. As a result, this train is packing numerous fixes and changes, as well as some really use…

    Beyond the Hardware: The Importance of HMI Software

    Editor’s Note: We sat down with Travis Cox, one of the Co-Directors of Sales Engineering at Inductive Automation to talk about HMIs, specifically software. While the hardware options for HMIs can be endless, the software in most cases is the "secret sauce" that brings it all together. See what Travi…

    Celebrating the Top Integrators of 2020

    After the wild ride of 2020, it’s great to have an opportunity to look back and reflect on the accomplishments of last year. In particular, our integrators celebrated huge victories in their sales in spite of huge obstacles. Throughout the year, we got the opportunity to celebrate their successes wi…
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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 161 employees.

    • Who are Inductive Automation competitors?

      Competitors of Inductive Automation include, 31 Events and SDC.

    • 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.