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2008 Motor, Drive & Automation Systems Conference

POSTED 01/15/2008

Tuesday, January 15, 2008 (Robotics Online) This two-day conference is focused on the latest advancements and economics in electric motor, drive & automation technology. Topics discussed will include new motors, drives & automation systems, system design and integration for optimum performance, power efficiency, new components and materials, advancements in electronics and control, testing systems and techniques. Sessions will also cover market and financial aspects such as demand, supply and pricing outlook for motors, drives, materials and components as they relate to total system economics. Serving OEM design engineers and product developers that integrate motors, drives & automation systems into their products and equipment; developers and manufacturers of motors, drives and integrated systems; component, material and technology providers.

This is an opportunity to network with peers, professionals and potential business partners involved in technology solutions serving a variety of applications. Learn about the latest strategies, technology advancements, performance improvements, market conditions, products, services and systems. Discover what's coming next.The conference will take place February 14-15, 2008, at The Omni Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia. Attendance is expected to be approximately 300-350 people. The event will be organized to provide numerous opportunities for constructive and creative networking including refreshment and networking breaks, peer discussion sessions, q&a sessions with leading technology experts, daily luncheons, reception, and tabletop or portable exhibits. The registration fee for conference attendees is $995.The conference is organized by e-Drive magazine, and produced by Webcom Communications Corp., the magazine's publisher.