Call for Presentations

The Call for Presentations has Passed

Abstracts are Now Being Reviewed on a First-Come Basis to
Fill the Remaining Slots

Motion Control 2014 is currently accepting abstracts for its second annual event, May 14-15 in Milwaukee, Wis. This event is focused on the latest advancements in the design and operation of electric and hydraulic motion control systems for manufacturing and industrial applications. Topics will include improving efficiency, accuracy and connectivity.

Presentations should provide real-world examples of motion control systems, including customer requirements, solutions and ROI.

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Advancements in Industrial Automation & Networking
  • Designing and Integrating High-Performance and High-Precision Motion Control Systems for Demanding Applications
  • Improving Energy Efficiency, Accuracy or Reliability
  • Building Smart Motion Control Systems
  • Advancements in Connectivity, Interfaces, Network Security and Safety

 

The conference provides an excellent forum to discuss new developments in technology and end-user requirements that are driving performance improvements, serving the needs of operation managers and system engineers responsible for the performance of sophisticated machinery and industrial equipment.

Full-conference registration fees will be waived for all confirmed speakers.

For more information on submitting an abstract contact Shannon Given, program manager, 608-351-9245 or shannong@webcomcommunications.com.

 


Submitting an Abstract

The basis of the proposal or the presentation may not be the promotion or marketing of a product. Presentations should provide real-world examples of motion control systems, including customer requirements (problems, solutions, unexpected issues and ROI).

Please Note: Submissions will be accepted only electronically by email. Send your proposal in the body of your email letter and include supporting material as attachments. Submit to Shannon Given: shannong@webcomcommunications.com.

Submission Guidelines

The Proposal should include:
- A title for the presentation
- A summary of the presentation content (100 words)
- Presenter(s) biography and high-resolution head-shot
- Contact information: name, title, company, address, phone, email address and web site