Preston Reine

Preston Reine

Preston Reine is a group manager in the Industrial Technology team at IHS Markit.

Mr. Reine's areas of expertise include manufacturing technology, such as industrial automation equipment, building technologies, and wireless power and power supply. Since 2012, he has contributed to the broadening of IHS Markit coverage into energy efficiency, smart manufacturing, Industrial Internet of Things, and impending transformative technologies. Additionally, he engages with other IHS Markit groups in order to bring to our customers a deeper understanding of the crucial trends occurring in a wide array of verticals that shape the global environment. Mr. Reine has done extensive research on motor-driven systems and related factory automation equipment, and is highly skilled in advanced research methods, statistical interpretation, and public speaking. While conducting his research he has been successful in forming several new working relationships with major suppliers and trade associations in these new areas of study for IHS Markit. He holds a BBS in Finance from Saint Edward's University, United States, and he currently works in the Austin, Texas office.


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COVID-19: Motors and Drives Market Braced for Impact

Although the effects of COVID-19 on the industrial automation equipment market were not obvious in the first quarter of this year, it seems that the worst is yet to come. Looking specifically at motors and drives, end users across all industries have put orders on hold and reduced investments in new equipment. Some industries like food & beverage and other consumer-driven applications have remained unaffected, but the main takeaway is that the impact of COVID-19 on the motor and drive markets has been quite detrimental.

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Manufacturing Technology Building, Home & City Technology
Key takeaways from AHR Expo 2020 underscore ongoing significance of IIoT for HVACR industry
Key takeaways from AHR Expo 2020 underscore ongoing significance of IIoT for HVACR industry

At the recent 2020 AHR Expo in Orlando, Florida, Omdia analysts were among more than 50,000 attendees and 1,900 exhibiting companies attending the show. The world’s largest event on heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR), the Expo attracts OEMs, engineers, contractors, facility operators, architects, educators, and industry professionals from around the globe to share ideas and to showcase the future of HVACR technology.

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Manufacturing Technology Building, Home & City Technology
Industrial Automation Event Tracker - February 2019

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Manufacturing Technology
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