March 2021 NFPA/FPIC Quarterly Conference
March 4, 2021 | 8:00 AM – 11:50 AM (Central Time)
The March 2021 NFPA/FPIC Quarterly Conference (formerly: Regional Conference) is set to deliver all the exclusive fluid power content our members have come to expect. The upcoming conference content will cover a number of topics pertaining to advanced technologies for improving pneumatic systems efficiency, from demand to supply, and including cloud-based and artificial intelligence concepts:
- “Using Compressed Air Challenge’s Systems Approach to Save Energy and Money in Pneumatic Systems”
Joe Ghislain | Principal, Ghislain Operational Efficiency (GOE) LLC & Compressed Air Challenge Instructor
- “The Role of Intelligent Connected Devices in Improving Pneumatic Systems Efficiency Throughout a Machine’s Life Cycle”
Jeremy King | Product Manager Vacuum and Sensing Technology, IMI Precision Engineering
- “Artificial Intelligence for Improving Pneumatic Systems Efficiency”
Dr. Chitta Ranjan | Director of Science, ProcessMiner, Inc
*This event is free to NFPA and FPIC members. Non-members are welcome to attend but will be charged a $100 fee upon registration.
Questions? Contact Maddie Parise at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 259-2022.
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