The Automate 2013 Show and Conference is scheduled to take place from January 21to 24 2013 at McCormick Place in Chicago. It will demonstrate as well as provide access to practical solutions for automation.
According to the event’s sponsor and President of the Association for Advancing Automation (A3), Jeff Burnstein, automate is considered exceptional as the conference sessions and show events being hosted include live demonstration of automation including assembly and motion control technologies, robots, and vision and imaging.
Over 150 companies will participate during the four-day show which will be set side by side with ProMat. ProMat is a leading material handling and logistics show in North America.
Automate 2013 serves to be a unique learning platform for freshers as well as experts in automation. This four-day show will have Expert Huddles which will be conducted each day on the show floor. In addition, the industry experts will lead free discussion groups where automation issues such as solving application-specific problems or cost justification and ROI will be discussed.
In-depth conference sessions featuring an extensive series of classes from beginner to advanced skill levels will be conducted. In order to become a Certified Vision Professional at the Basic and/or Advanced level, attendees can enroll themselves for the training followed by an exam.
The Association for Advancing Automation is the not-for-profit umbrella corporation of the Motion Control Association (MCA), the AIA Advancing Vision + Imaging, and Robotic Industries Association (RIA). These associations combine to represent over 650 member companies involved in automation including consulting firms, system integrators, universities, and end-users from 32 nations.