Visiting historical sites is not the only reason you should come early to this year’s Automation Fair event in Philadelphia. On Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 5 and 6, the Rockwell Automation Process Solutions User Group (PSUG) – including representatives from more than 230 companies worldwide – will gather to exchange ideas and learn new approaches to critical challenges. Parag Patel, vice president of alliances for VMWare Inc., will address the audience and explain how you can use virtualization to transform your process automation. You will also learn firsthand from over 30 process customers who are utilizing the PlantPAx process automation system to streamline their processes, establish new best practices, and tap into fresh revenue streams.
Over 24 educational sessions will be conducted on relevant topics, such as network security, industry standards and sustainability. Insights will be shared, discoveries will be made, and the opinions of all will help drive the development priorities for the PlantPAx process automation system.
And it doesn’t end there. Once PSUG has adjourned, continue your week of process education by attending the Automation Fair event on Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 7 and 8. This premier industry event is uniquely designed to help companies, OEMs and system integrators leverage their automation investments to fulfill their businesses’ potential. View the newest product and system technologies, meet with specialists, attend workshops and technical sessions specifically geared to the process industries, and participate in live demonstrations designed to give you a competitive advantage.
WHAT: Process Solutions User Group and the Automation Fair event
WHEN: Nov. 5 – 8, 2012
WHERE: Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia
WHO: Plant managers, process control engineers, quality management, production operators, OEM principals, vice presidents of operations, vice presidents of engineering, directors of quality and reliability, information managers, system integrator and EPC principals.Nike Air Force 1