Otto Mation has the C.A.P. Comic Series
The Story of Otto Mation
Little Otto Mation was born (or believes he was born) with a rare gift called the C.A.P. (Certified Automation Professional), which is an objective assessment and confirmation of skills as an automation professional offered by ISA (International Society of Automation). Those of us in the automation profession have studied and worked for years to earn the C.A.P. Follow the life of Otto through this unique comic series.
Mr. Barnes inundates Otto with all of the latest industry buzz-words.
How to use robots and stay compliant with the Equal Opportunity Employment Act.
This comic idea was submitted by Nancy Zarrow from Massachusetts. Thank you, Nancy!
Congratulations to our winner! The winning comic caption was submitted by Douglas Zimmerman in Texas.
Otto, is this an April Fool's joke, or is this machine still running on XP?
Otto warns his manager about those Windows XP computers that are running production.
Otto is introduced to another set of clones, this time female, who were created to help achieve W.A.D.
Mr. Barnes asks Otto about a new trend where robots are coming out of the closet.
Otto's clones ask for more help to achieve automation domination in their countries.
The winning caption was submitted by Rob Dickson of Ontario, Canada. Congratulations to our winner!
Otto introduces his clones to the concept of Worldwide Automation Domination (WAD).
Martians show up in Otto's office with a bunch of Otto clones and news about his C.A.P. gift.
Otto finds geneticist to clone engineers so he can achieve World Automation Domination (WAD).
Otto visits Mars.
Congratulations to our two winners - Todd Scott of Texas and Alvin Augustin of New Jersey! Enjoy your new Automation.com coffee mugs. The top caption was submitted by Todd and the bottom caption was submitted by Alvin.
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.