Make your plans now for TAC 2015, returning to the Chicago Marriott O'Hare, May 19-20.

Registration opens October 28. Our 2015 event will explore the technologies and strategies that continue to transform manufacturing in the U.S. Two days of keynote presentations, track sessions and technology workshops will cover topics such as HMI, Manufacturing Intelligence,  Robotics, Big Data, Control, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Manufacturing IT, Remote Access, Safety, Security and more. Plan now to join us for the season’s best education and networking event for automation professionals across all industries. To receive 2015 event updates, please contact Sue DaMario.

You'll find TAC 2014 session highlights online and in print from the editors ofAutomation World and Packaging World. Session presenters included experts from GM, CH2MHill, Dow Chemical, Bush Brothers, John Deere, Sierra Nevada, Johnson Controls, Sherwin-Williams and other market leaders. This year's event also included a pre-conference training workshop on PackML, produced in cooperation with OMAC.

TAC returns to the Chicago Marriott O'Hare, May 19-20, 2015. Registration opens fall 2014.

• For exhibiting information, contact Sue DaMario at 800-355-5595.
• To inquire about speaking opportunities, contact David Greenfield at 678-662-3322.

The Automation Conference is for professionals in discrete manufacturing, continuous and batch processing and packaging, including:

  • automation and control engineers
  • operations and engineering management
  • manufacturing systems/IT and networking professionals
  • industrial systems and machinery designers
  • purchasers of equipment for OEMs and discrete manufacturers, as well as processing and packaging operations systems integrators
  • software development engineers for the discrete and process production industries
  • see past attending companies

 

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