Automation, innovation, inspiration theme of upcoming conference
Alpharetta, GA —"Automation, Innovation, Inspiration” is the theme of Siemens Energy & Automation (SE&A) annual users conference, which will take place June 12-15, 2007 at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, FL.
The Siemens Automation Summit is a comprehensive conference for anyone who works with Siemens integrated solutions for process and factory automation. It is designed to bring Siemens developers together with end users, prospects, and partners enabling conference attendees to find optimum strategies for successful lifecycle management of their systems. At the 2007 Summit industry, experts and analysts will discuss the latest trends and technologies. The event will also feature presentations of "best practices” through customer case histories.
"The Siemens Automation Summit is an important event for Siemens customers and partners to directly engage company management, inspire and be inspired by the people they meet through the sharing of real world experiences, and develop ideas for improving their business by deepening their connection to industry leaders,” said Raj Batra, vice president, Automation and Motion Div., SE&A.
Demonstrations of new products and technologies will be displayed as part of an expanded solutions showcase, which features interactive exhibits for distributed control, MES, and discrete product lines staffed by Siemens experts. Product previews and recent advancements will be shared. Siemens integration partners also will showcase their capabilities in an enhanced partner area.
— Control Engineering Daily News Desk
C.G. Masi, senior editor, Control Engineering , email@example.com
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