Fluid Power Presentation Featured in 2022 World Ag Expo Seminar Lineup

Part of NFPA’s mission is to provide opportunities and resources for its members to promote the unique strengths and inherent advantages offered by modern fluid power technology. To this end, a new education program strategy targeting trade shows in key customer markets is set to add to our existing menu of programs and help further push fluid power content to targeted customer audiences.

The latest in this developing lineup of fluid power education sessions, “Rise of Autonomous Machine Functions in Agriculture Industry,” is taking place at the 2022 World Ag Expo in Tulare, California on Thursday, February 10. In a presentation previously featured on Fluid Power Forum, Marcus Herrera of HYDAC Technology Corporation will discuss autonomous hydraulic system functionality and its impacts from a machine and industry perspective as it relates to agricultural applications. The seminar will help attendees learn how they can take part in the continuing advancement and early adoption of autonomous hydraulic functionality within the agricultural industry.

Keep an eye on NFPA News for more updates as this education session lineup continues to develop and grow, and check out Fluid Power Forum and #OnlyFluidPowerCan for more unique fluid power applications.

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