Motor and Drive Systems 2019 is currently accepting presentation and panel abstracts. Being held January 23-24 in Orlando, Florida, the 2019 event will explore the important topics impacting motor and drive systems including design consideration, emerging technologies, intelligent motion control systems, energy efficiency, safety issues, power modules, simulation and testing.
The conference provides an excellent forum for speakers to discuss case studies, ROI, market conditions and end-user requirements that are driving innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements.
Attendees include top executives, technical managers and engineering professionals from original equipment manufacturers, system developers and integrators, dealers and component providers.
The conference will feature several panel discussions, featuring motor start-ups, power management/electronics, motor comparisons, drive technology, trending applications such as robotics, Smart Manufacturing, EVs. If you are interested in moderating or joining a panel discussion, contact Shannon Given for details.
Presentation topics we are looking for:
- Market Forecasts and Economic Trends
- Energy Efficiency
- Smart Manufacturing
- Regulatory and Safety Issues
- Standards and Programs
- Changing End User Needs, Requests and Requirements
- All Motors Types Including: Brushless DC, Permanent Magnet, Switched Reluctance, Electrically Excited DC
- OEM/End User Case Studies
- Developing and Pairing Motor & Drive Systems
- All Drive Systems Including: DC Motor, Eddy Current, AC Motor
- Test and Simulation
About the Conference
Motor & Drive Systems 2019 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.