by Eric Lanke
Below is a re-recording of the presentation I gave at the 2015 Fluid Power Innovation and Research Conference that describes the partnerships that the NFPA has built through the Pascal Society to drive growth in the fluid power workforce and enhancement of fluid power technologies. It outlines the value of partnerships between academia and industry and the work of various committees to guide initiatives.
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