2008 Siemens Automation Summit comes to Chicago, July 23-25

The 2008 Siemens Automation Summit in Chicago on July 23-25 is expected to offer 2.5 days of education, networking, training, expert sessions, and best practice exchanges exploring current industry-specific challenges, strategies, and solutions.

06/25/2008


Chicago, IL – If you’re seeking information on automation, controls, and industrial networking technologies, attend the 2008 Siemens Automation Summit in Chicago on July 23-25.
Based on the theme, “Expand your world of automation,” this summit is expected to offer 2.5 days of education, networking, training, expert sessions, and best practice exchanges exploring current industry-specific challenges, strategies, and solutions.
Sessions and exhibits centered on products, systems, evolving technologies, and industry expertise are designed to provide insight on improving essential manufacturing business areas. This include production efficiency, plant optimization, and process control.
Those on the program include User Advisory Board chairman, Dennis Inverso of DuPont and Raj Batra, AMD vice president, Siemens Energy & Automation Inc.
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More information is available at www.sea.siemens.com/summit .
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