March 2021 NFPA/FPIC Quarterly Conference
March 4, 2021 | 8:00 AM – 11:50 AM (Central Time)
It’s time to register for the virtual March 4 NFPA/FPIC Quarterly Conference. The upcoming conference will take place March 4, 2021 and be focused on Advanced Technologies for Improving Pneumatic Systems Efficiency and will provide the insights into advanced system control from the supply end, to the demand end, and out to the cloud, including application of artificial intelligence concepts to predictive pneumatic system control.
The Quarterly Conference Series, formerly known as Regional Conferences, are the go-to events for fluid power professionals looking to connect with key contacts and learn valuable industry intelligence.
In response to positive feedback about the networking value, the half-day conference will be conducted via the same online platform used for the December event. Details will be available soon regarding a pre-event social hour designed to familiarize attendees with the platform before the day of the conference.
The March conference will feature several expert speakers of varying backgrounds and is sure to equip attendees with the resources they need to navigate the world of pneumatics and beyond. Details for the event, including agenda and registration, will be released soon.
*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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