Motion Control 2014, May 14-15 in Milwaukee, Wis., is currently accepting speaking abstracts. The conference is focused on the latest advancements in the design and operation of electric and hydraulic motion control systems for manufacturing and industrial applications, serving the needs of OEM design engineers, and system engineers responsible for the performance of sophisticated machinery and industrial equipment.
Covering drive systems, controllers, sensors, connectivity and communication systems and power electronics, sessions will focus on best practices in designing motion control systems for ultimate output and performance utilizing the latest components and technologies the industry has to offer. Presentations should provide real-world examples of motion control systems, including customer requirements, solutions and ROI.
With limited speaking slots, it is imperative you submit an abstract by the January 15th deadline. Click Here for submission guidelines.
Presenting companies will provide solutions in:
- Drive Systems
- ICs and Electronics
- Transducers, Encoders, Sensors
- Connectivity (including Ethernet)
- Communications and Interfaces
The conference provides an excellent forum to discuss new developments in technology and end-user requirements that are driving innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements.
Motion Control 2014 will also be hosting pre-conference workshops. If your company is interested in giving a half-day or full-day workshop, please contact Shannon Given for details.
Exhibit & Sponsor
The Motion Control exhibit hall is co-located with three other events: The Internet of Things North America, the Electrical Wire Processing Technology Show, and the Electrical Manufacturing Show. Showcase your products and services on the Motion Control Pavilion. Contact Sue Hannebrink for information on how to get your company involved or click here.
The conference will be co-located with several other industry events sharing the same exhibit hall including:
- Internet of Things North America
- Electrical Wire Processing Technology Show
- Electrical Manufacturing & Coil Winding Show