Motion Control 2014, May 14-15 in Milwaukee, Wis., will help OEM design engineers and system engineers discover how new technologies are improving performance, energy efficiency and providing cost savings for manufacturing and industrial operations.
Three in-depth workshops, 11 technical sessions, more than 200 exhibitors and private tour of the MillerCoors brewery; register today for the lowest possible rate.
- Industrial Road Map for Connected Machines ARC
- A Review of the Latest High Torque Density Motors Incremotion Associates
- Internet of Things, Big Data, Industry 4.0: Savings Start from the Factory Floor Schneider Electric
- Industrial Ethernet Comparison for Motion Control Applications Ethernet POWERLINK Standardization Group
- Is EtherCAT the Next Ubiquitous Machine Network Interface ADVANCED Motion Controls
- Integrating Robotic Control into Standard Machine Controllers Beckhoff Automation
- Motion in Minutes: Single and Multi-Axis Speed and Position Control LineStream Technologies
- Adding Advanced Features to Everyday Brushed Motors Texas Instruments
- Smarter Motion Control Systems: Innovations In PWM Drive Technology for Nanometer Level Motion Control Applications ACS Motion Control
- Advancements in Motion Control Offer More Productive, Simplified Conveying Crouzet Motors
- Sine Commutated Servo Stepping Motors Nanotec
Motion in Minutes: Control the Speed and Position of Your Motor in this Hands-On Clinic
Presented by Adam Reynolds and Ali Husain, Application Engineers, LineStream Technologies
Power System Harmonics Workshop
Presented by John Houdek, Allied Industrial Marketing, Inc.
Which Motor Should You Choose for Your Application?
Presented by Dan Jones, President, Incremotion Associates
Take a Private Tour of the MillerCoors Brewery
Join other conference attendees for a private, VIP tour of the MillerCoors brewery. The Miller Visitor Center offers you an indoor/outdoor guided walking tour of Miller Valley, home to over 155 years of brewing history. Experience everything from Fredrick Millers arrival in Milwaukee to the high-speed production lines used today. The tour will end with a Q&A session with an automation/ motion control operations director while trying ice-cold refreshing samples of their finest brews for those 21 and older.