Industrial Automation North America show debuts in September 2012 | Automation.com

Industrial Automation North America show debuts in September 2012

Held in conjunction with IMTS in Chicago on September 10-15, 2012
 
June 1, 2012 - Hannover Fairs International is launching its latest business-to-business industrial technology show in the U.S. this year in conjunction with IMTS at Chicago’s McCormick Place from September 10-15, 2012.  Media sponsors of the event include Automation.com, CFE Media and Penton Media.
 
Main industry sectors include automotive, aerospace, energy, infrastructure, food & beverage, machine tool, material handling, medical, mechanical and fluid power transmission. Exhibitors, who have secured booth space, include B&R Automation, Beckhoff Automation, Harting North America, IXXAT Automation and Lanbao Sensor of China. Click here to view featured supplier exhibiting at IANA.
 
Technologies for improving manufacturing processes will be on display and will feature key applications of process and production automation plus energy-related applications. IANA 2012 promises to attract high profile domestic and international buyers offering an excellent platform for networking with their global peer.
 
Hannover Fair’s portfolio of industrial automation events are well established industry gatherings in Europe and the BRIC countries. Hannover Fairs will promote IANA during all of its industrial shows, including Hannover Messe, the world’s leading showcase for industrial technology held annually in Hannover, Germany, as well as its other shows geared towards target industries for automation vendors:
 
“Access to industrial automation solution providers at IANA will significantly increase return on investment for the more than 80,000 attendees,” said Larry Turner, Hannover Fairs CEO. “We have secured commitments for nearly all of IANA’s exhibitor space.”
 
Featured ISA Training
 
The International Society of Automation (ISA) will offer a number of one-day courses on automation standards. Topics of Measurement and Control Fundamentals, Grounding and Noise Reduction for Control Equipment, Introduction to and Practical Applications of SCADA Systems, Industrial Wireless Systems, Improving Manufacturing through Automation and Safety Instrumented Systems are just some of the highlights.
 
Global Automation & Manufacturing Summit
 
CFE Media, which includes Plant Engineering and Control Engineering magazines and their associated website and electronic products, will present a two-day global automation forum.  Keynote topics range from enterprise asset management to process optimization, energy management and sustainability manufacturing. Case studies of plants that have automated for profitability, improved performance of existing assets and reduced maintenance costs will be presented. Educational events and topics covering a broad array of interests will include an international focus.
 
Motion, Drives & Automation Conference
 
Other conference tracks will include presentations on motion control in automation and hydraulics and pneumatics in automation. The goal of these tracks are to help engineers tasked with improving performance, productivity, life efficiency and the green efficiency of manufacturing equipment and industrial automation systems.
 
“To secure further growth in the industrial automation sector during this challenging economic climate, the U.S. needs to ensure that productivity is broadly based,” said Turner. “IANA‘s keynote themes, training and educational tracks have been formatted to offer best-in-class solutions for all IANA visitors.”
 
Visitor Registration
 
Attendees can register to attend Industrial Automation North America (IANA), held in conjunction with International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) using this link: https://www.xpressreg.net/register/imts092/landingdom.asp?shcode=IANA
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