Fluid Power Industrial Consortium (FPIC)
September 7, 2018
Learn more about robotic automation for small batch manufacturing of fluid power components at the September 7 MSOE Fluid Power Industrial Consortium (FPIC) seminar at the InterContinental Milwaukee. This seminar is co-located with the NFPA Milwaukee Regional Meeting, which will take place after lunch. Separate registration is required for the meeting, which will feature an additional presentation about robotic automation, but the event is free for all and FPIC participants are encouraged to attend.
The presentations for this seminar are:
- State of the Art in Industrial Robotics: Ease-of-Use, Adaptive Technologies, IIOT-Connectivity | Bryan d’Ouville, Senior District Manager, Fanuc America-Robotics
- Robotic Automated Solutions for Manufacturing Fluid Power Components | Peter Gratschmayr, VP of Sales and Marketing, Midwest Engineered Systems Group
- Robotics for SMB Manufacturing: Small-batch, Mixed Product Assembly, Materials Handling and More | Dan Kara, Robotics Business Unit Leader, WTWH Media Group
More information about the presentations and speakers is available in the seminar schedule.
All NFPA members are able to attend the seminar for free, but members of NFPA’s Roadmap Committee, who assist us in maintaining the NFPA Technology Roadmap, are especially encouraged to participate. FPIC seminar topics provide the ideal opportunity to stay abreast of the technological advancements that will influence the direction of our roadmap.
As a quarterly series of half-day seminars on the latest fluid power technology advances with immediate implementation, FPIC events are designed to provide a platform for fluid power OEMs, manufacturers, SMEs, and distributors to network, problem solve, and access cutting edge technology. NFPA is a supporting partner of FPIC, which means NFPA member companies are exempt from the annual FPIC membership fee and are able to participate freely in the quarterly seminars.
Register today for the September 7 seminar.
Continue the networking and robotics discussion – register for the co-located Milwaukee Regional Meeting.