June 2021 Virtual NFPA/FPIC Quarterly Conference
June 3, 2021 | 8:00 AM – 11:45 AM (Central Time)
Registration is now open for the June 3 NFPA/FPIC Regional Conference that will feature content covering Advanced Software and Smart Tools for Fluid Power Component and System Design, Simulation and Optimization. The conference will be presented in a virtual format by NFPA and MSOE’s Fluid Power Industrial Consortium (FPIC). The event is free to NFPA members.*
The half-day conference includes presentations focused on integrated component design technology, performance-predicting efficiency simulations and the use of “Smart Methods” to connect fluid power systems. You can download the preliminary schedule for more information.
In response to positive attendee feedback, the Quarterly Conference will continue to be conducted via Remo, a highly interactive and networking-focused platform. Instructions for accessing the event virtually will be emailed prior to the conference.
*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 email@example.com or (414) 259-2022.
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