Otto Mation has the C.A.P. Comic Series
The story of Otto Mation
Little Otto Mation was born with a rare gift called the C.A.P. (Certified Automation Professional), which is a non-biased, third-party, objective assessment and confirmation of skills as an automation professional offered by ISA (International Society of Automation). Those of us in the automation industry have studied and worked for years to earn the C.A.P title. Little Otto Mation was born with those C.A.P. skills. Follow the life of Otto through this unique cartoon series.
Otto questions his manager about the military uniform and crew cut.
Otto explains to management why the future is so bright for automation engineers.
Otto is too young to realize that he is using a inappropriate Seinfeld reference.
Otto says, "The Automation Future's so Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades."
Otto and Mr. Barnes lament the large number of industry acronyms and twitter hashtags.
Otto draws comparison between project delay and delay in government responsibilities.
Otto makes a good argument for a pay raise.
Otto and his fellow engineers discuss politics around the water cooler.
Congratulations to our winner! The winning comic caption was submitted by Nelson Gil in Texas.
"He's old school...from back when a blinking red light was a high priority alarm."
Otto shows IT a few "complicated" dashboards he developed with web-based software tools.
Otto encourages the engineers to leverage IT technology for control applications.
Congratulations to our winner! The winning comic caption was submitted by Sam R. in California.
Note: If you don't watch Duck Dynasty, you won't understand the caption. Background - "Si" (Silas Robertson) is the goof-ball, red-neck brother of the founder of the Duck Commander company and also the uncle of the three brothers who currently run the company.
Otto visits Mars.
Otto introduces the team to a new high-speed, lightweight data historian.
Otto pitches idea for new reality TV show to television executive.
Otto's colleagues give him an idea on how to raise more awareness for the automation profession.
Otto meets with suppliers to outline requested features for a new automation architecture.
Otto's manager buys 'Big Servers' to handle the 'Big Data' problem at the plant.
Congratulations to our winner! The winning comic caption was submitted by Rich Merritt in Iowa.
"Forget Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics. The new ANSI Collaborative Operation Standard R15.06-2012 says I can't hurt you. It doesn't stop me from fooling around, though."
Otto explains to IT why they can't be trusted to create usable information dashboards.