Register for SupplyChainLinkExpo!

You're invited to attend the SupplyChainLinkExpo Oct. 17-18, free from your desktop. In addition to product exhibits, this virtual conference and trade show features topics of specific interest to plant engineers. That includes an industry roundtable at 2:30 p.m. EST Oct. 18, "What to do about electric power quality problems," with participants from Cutler-Hammer, EPRI PEAC, Exelon Services, SquareD and Hajek Consulting, and more. Click the link above to register and for more details.

10/03/2001


What is the SupplyChainLinkExpo?

It's a two-day online conference and tradeshow. Thisu'd find at a traditional conference or tradeshow but on the Web.

Register and find more details at: www.supplychainlinkexpo.com/preshow/

Specific topics for plant engineers, maintenance managers and other facilities personnel in the Make Pavilion include:

  • Industry roundtable, 3:30 p.m. EST, Oct. 17, "Ethernet and industrial networks." Participants include David Glanzer, Fieldbus Foundation; Frank Wood, ControlNet International; and Michael Bryant, Profitbus Trade Organization.

  • Keynote address, 12 p.m. EST, Oct. 17, "Lifecycle costs: automation and the supply chain."

  • Keynote address, 11 a.m. EST, Oct. 18, "Enabling distributed generation and demand response with enterprise energy management systems," Rene Jonker, Power Measurement.


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