Automation Technologies and Systems to be Demonstrated at Automate 2011

“Grow Great Jobs and Profits with more Automation” will be the topic of speech by Drew Greenblatt, President of Marlin Steel Wire, at Automate 2011 to be held in Chicago on March 22, 2011. The purpose of his speech is to help pull America out of recession.

The speech by Greenblatt will demonstrate the benefits of automation to the US Manufacturing companies for boosting profits and creating more job opportunities. The benefits enjoyed by the employees of automated companies, in terms of pay and security, are numerous. Faster shipping capabilities and high quality of production will enable automated companies to fight the recession.

The latest innovations in the robotic industry will be displayed in the Emerging Robotics Pavilion at Automate 2011. The show will also feature the 42nd International Symposium on Robotics that will provide updates on the cutting-edge robotics research. A wide array of companies that have built integrated systems based on several automation technologies will showcase their equipment.

The participants at Automate 2011 include R&D labs, OEMs, end users, distributors, government buyers, machine builders, and academia. Companies who want to increase productivity and reduce cost of production can get insights about the emerging technologies in the market. Exhibitors throughout the world will showcase their automation machines and equipment.


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