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Motor & Drive Systems 2020 is focused on the latest technical advancements impacting the design, integration and efficiency of motor, drive systems and motion control for automation, robotics, manufacturing and industrial, as well as utilities and automotive applications. The 17th annual conference will be held February 11-12, 2020 in Orlando, Fla. Conference topics will include improving motor efficiency and reliability, regulatory and safety issues, testing standards and programs, emerging and high growth applications, developing and pairing motor & drive systems and improving loss prediction and calculation. Join leading engineers, manufacturers, system integrators, machine builders and consultants and discover how new technologies are improving performance and providing cost savings in a variety of applications.
Motor & Drive Systems 2020 will provide the best forum to learn from leading motor and drive system manufacturers on new technologies entering the market and what’s ahead. The interactive exhibit hall will feature the latest motor and drive capabilities. Network with motor manufacturers, drive and motion control system manufacturers, IC companies, testing services & systems providers, as well as an array of component and sub-system providers. The optional workshops provide an in-depth education experience, providing valuable information for both the new and seasoned engineer.
The conference will be co-located with MAGNETICS 2020, with a full registration pass granting access to both programs.
Who should attend
Attendees include top executives, technical managers and engineering professionals from original equipment manufacturers, system developers and integrators, dealers and component providers.