September 2021 Virtual NFPA/FPIC Quarterly Conference
September 2, 2021 | 8:00 AM – 11:45 AM (Central Time)
The September 2 NFPA/FPIC Quarterly Conference on advanced software solutions for machine control and reliability features three can’t-miss presentations along with easy-to-access networking opportunities. The conference, which will take place online via Remo, will feature the following presentations:
- Better Machine Solutions with Strong Partners | Peter Bleday, Head of Autonomous Vehicles, Danfoss Power Solutions Co.
- Conquering Complexity with ACE | Brandon Coursey, Distribution Sales Manager, Enovation Controls
- Empower Remote Workers with Real-Time Expert Connections Reducing Downtime and Maintenance Costs | Ryan Legg, Business Development Manager, Iconics Corp.
Learn more about how networking is made easy on Remo here.
*This event is free to NFPA and FPIC members. Non-members are welcome to attend but will be charged a $100 registration fee upon registration.
Questions? Contact Joe Zwier at email@example.com or (414) 778-3369.
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