Recordings Now Available – June Quarterly Technology Conference

The presentation recordings are now available from the June NFPA Quarterly Technology Conference. The recent conference took place June 1, 2023. The conference focus was Fluid Power and the Drive Towards Autonomous Functions and Operations.

Sessions included:

  • Advancing Autonomy in Agriculture and Construction – Peter Bleday, Danfoss Power Solutions
  • Integrated Cartridge Valve Sensing Techniques for Improved Closed Loop Flow Control – Bernd Zaehe, Sun Hydraulics
  • Autonomy and Guidance in Worker Interactions for Fluid Power – Dan Bagely, B&B Management Labs & Johan Smeyers, ARKITE

Next Quarterly Technology Conference: September 7, 2023
Topic: Compact Systems and Increased Power Density

Contact Membership Manager, Denise Husenica at dhusenica@nfpa.com for assistance with your member login.

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