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UNITED STATES: The 27th annual Automation Fair will be held Nov. 12-15 at the Pennsylvania Convention Centre. The event brings together approximately 10,000 manufacturers and producers from across the globe to learn about the newest innovations in automation and take part in training, industry forums and networking events.

“The next industrial transformation is here – and meeting its demands requires a more intelligent, connected and productive world,” said Blake Moret, chairman and CEO of Rockwell Automation. “Rockwell Automation is committed to delivering innovative solutions to help companies address their toughest production challenges. [The] Automation Fair will deliver comprehensive learning, innovative technologies and forward-thinking solutions to help customers realise the potential of a Connected Enterprise.”

Automation Fair Show Floor

On Nov. 14 and 15, attendees can explore more than 150 exhibits showcasing the latest product innovations for industrial manufacturing and production from Rockwell Automation and its PartnerNetwork members. The event provides more than 400 hours of educational opportunities through forums, hands-on labs and technical sessions.

Forums will feature best practices from customers and leaders on nine critical industry topics including chemical, food and beverage, life sciences, material handling, mining, OEMs and smart machines, power and energy, water wastewater and workforce development. Hands-on labs will deliver interactive product training, while technical sessions will provide lectures with cutting-edge use cases and demonstrations. Both offer tracks in control; information solutions; network infrastructure; power, motion and motor control; process solutions; safety and security; services and solutions; and visualisation.

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