The Automation Conference is the one event you won't want to miss in 2012. Addressing core cross-industry concerns such as safety, security, and industrial networks--as well as specific vertical issues such as regulations, standards, and device/machine integration-this two-day educational event will address the issues that matter most to your business.
The agenda was developed by automation end users across multiple industries, including Frito-Lay and Boeing. Also helping to shape this unique conference was input from the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Research Center.
The Automation Conference addresses the specifics of automation application from a cross-industry approach. Vertical track sessions offered both days of the event are also key to the conference structure so that you can focus on the specific issues that matter directly to you and get insight into the best practices from other industrial users applying the same technologies.
Here's why attending The Automation Conference, May 22-23, 2012 in Chicago will be so valuable to you:
• Enjoy unmatched opportunities to network with peers in your industry and other industries. An outstanding program will attract industry professionals with experience that can be adapted to your automation strategy.
• Find innovative products and solutions for your operations as you connect with leading automation technology suppliers.
• It is a solid investment of your time. The team behind The Automation Conference is also the acclaimed team that brought you the Packaging Automation Forum (PAF). The PAF concept is now being brought to all production industries applying automation technologies through a cross-industry platform with more than 25 information-rich sessions in a two-day event.
So mark your calendars for May 22-23, 2012. Better yet, you can register now at The Automation Conference Web site
See you there.