Seminars, conferences, education

Upcoming calendar events in this technology sector include the annual convention/expo of the Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA) and a very "fertile season" for robotics seminars and conferences. See the following summaries for details and registration information.

02/26/2004


Upcoming calendar events in this technology sector include the annual convention/expo of the Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA) and a very "fertile season" for robotics seminars and conferences. See the following summaries for details and registration information.

"Teaming for Success" is this year’s theme at the E lectrical Apparatus Service Association’s (EASA) Convention and Exposition in Washington, DC, June 20-23, 2004. Each day, the Convention part of the program will provide attendees with a choice of technical and sales/management seminars, while the Exposition program consists of more than 150 manufacturers showing their latest developments in electric motors, drives and controls, generators, and other electromechanical equipment.

Click here for more information and to register

To exhibit, contact Dale Shuter at 314-993-2220 or dshuter@easa.com


Emerging Robotics Technologies and Applications Conference , to run March 9-10, 2004, in Cambridge, MA, focuses solely on emerging commercial applications of personal, service and mobile robotics and how these robotics technologies are being used to develop new markets.

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The 35th International Symposium on Robotics , sponsored by the International Federation of Robotics (IFR, Paris, France) will take place March 23 through 26, 2004, at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center. ISR 2004’s conference program will range widely from robot architectures, identification and control, and planning/navigation to safety and performance and to "robotics and society."

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The Robotic Industries Association (RIA) has announced two conferences that provide classroom training on topics pertinent to robot safety. Suppliers of robots and safety equipment also will present tabletop displays. The spring North American Robot Safety Conference in Toronto, Canada (March 24-26), cosponsored by RIA and the Canadian Standards Association, will include workshops of special concern in Canada. The fall event, RIA’s National Robot Safety Conference (Ypsilanti/Detroit. MI) will be held October 18-21, 2004.

Click here for more information and to register or email Brian Huse .


MIG Welding Robots—The Implementation of Global Robot Weld Process Controls is the name of a practical two-day workshop for managers, engineers, designers, and technicians involved in welding technology, scheduled for May 12-13, 2004, in Fort Collins, CO. Developed and presented by Ed Craig, a 35-year veteran of weld process controls and author of books on the topic, the workshop is billed as offering "the opportunity to consistently attain less than 1% robot weld rework, increase robot weld productivity, minimize robot downtime, and reduce corporate weld-liability concerns."

Click here for more information , or contact Ed at ecraig@weldreality.com or 828-658-3574.


As robotics often need to see and feel, these may also be of interest:

—Frank J. Bartos, executive editor, Control Engineering, fbartos@reedbusiness.com





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