Why You Should Exhibit at Motion Control 2014

Because you will meet highly qualified prospects for motion control component and systems. Business leaders, decision-makers and technical managers who are engaged in virtually all major industrial and enterprise markets – aviation, aerospace, automation, automotive, communications, electronics, healthcare, energy and power, manufacturing, commercial, industrial, government and service industries will be there to evaluate, compare and decide on products, materials and services for their current projects.

You benefit from a powerful co-location with three other established events!

Motion Control 2014 is an extension of the annual Motors & Drives Conference and was developed to be collocated with larger venues to satisfy those exhibitors with a broader base of products for the full motion control marketplace. Its exhibition is positioned as a focus pavilion within a complementary full scale trade show. Its conference features a complete conference program that is dedicated wholly to advancements in the technology of motion control. This year the Motion Control 2014 event will be collocated with:

  • Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo
  • The Internet of Things NA
  • Electrical Manufacturing & Coil Winding Show

The co-location events alone represent a presence of approximately 200 exhibitors and more than 2,000 attendees on the combined show floor.

You benefit from the presence of both attendees and exhibitors!

Virtually all of these established exhibitors and attendees interface with a broad cross-section of manufacturing, service, government, institutional and enterprise markets. As a result, they also are powerful “multiplier-influencers” in numerous vertical markets and industries that are prime targets for Motion Control and Automation.

Attendees of the co-located events are decision-makers who are original equipment manufacturers of electrical and electronic products, manufacturers of machinery, manufacturers of components and assemblies serving numerous industries including automotive, power,  aerospace, industrial, medical, manufacturing and automation. You will meet buyers and specifiers including presidents, CEOs, IT managers, purchasing managers, manufacturing engineers, design engineers, network managers and system engineers.

Exhibitors of the co-located events are manufacturers, suppliers and service providers supporting OEM and contract manufacturing for electrical and electronic manufacturing in a broad array of industries.