Minnesota manufacturer, Emerson, is hosting a panel discussion titled “automating the commercial kitchen” during its E360 Breakfast on February 8, prior to the NAFEM Show.
Participants of the panel will include: moderator Paul Hepperla, vice president, solutions integration, foodservice, Emerson; Chuck Guerin, vice president of controls, The Middleby Corp.; Matt Toone, vice president and general manager, Cooper-Atkins; and Jim Kleva, director of equipment engineering, Wendy’s.
The participants will provide an informative end-user and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) panel discussion filled with key insights into maintenance and service, food quality, labor efficiency and technology.
Paul Carlson, vice president and general manager at Emerson, said: “Connected devices have become a large part of our customers’ operations.
“We want to use this discussion as a way to better understand how to make these connected devices help address customers’ specific needs and convert data into actionable strategies that drive business.”
The breakfast will be held from 7-7.30am with the panel discussion to follow immediately after, running from 7.30-8.30am.
Emerson encourages attendees to continue the conversation at its booth (4100) at the NAFEM Show.