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Annual Automation Fair event

06 November 2008

More than 10,000 manufacturers, business partners and analysts are expected to meet in Nashville, Tenn. during the week of Nov. 17 for the 17th annual Automation Fair event hosted by Rockwell Automation. The educational event will offer workshops, technical sessions, industry forums, hands-on labs and exhibits that provide attendees with opportunities to learn about the latest trends, issues and solutions for manufacturers worldwide.

Annual Automation Fair event
Annual Automation Fair event

“The Automation Fair event provides ways for our customers, integrators, OEMs and other decision makers to improve time to market, profitability, optimise assets and plant-wide performance, and reduce manufacturing risk,” said Keith Nosbusch, Rockwell Automation chairman and CEO. “It brings together the largest collection of advanced automation solutions with the industry’s most valuable continuing education forum, all in one location.”

As market pressures continue to drive companies to improve productivity, innovation, globalisation and sustainability, the Automation Fair event offers a wide range of solutions. Specialists will explore how manufacturing convergence – the merging of separate automation disciplines and systems across the enterprise – can help improve business performance. Manufacturers also will discuss how sustainable production makes their operations cleaner, safer and more energy efficient. Attendees will learn about a wide range of solutions for these and other challenges through a variety of activities.

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