From smart systems and energy efficiency to machine safety and motion control, the technology of tomorrow is out there today. There is no better place to discuss these topics with your peers than the International Fluid Power Exposition (IFPE).
Each IFPE features targeted education events that provide crucial information on new fluid power, power transmission and motion control technologies to engineers and others involved in the design and manufacturing process. These presentations are at the forefront of innovation.
Do you have cutting-edge knowledge to share? Now is the time as IFPE 2023 has opened its call for presentations. This is your opportunity to get in front of users and share best practices, updates and case studies.
The topics of interest for 2023 should include a focus that fits within the following areas:
- IoT- Smart Systems/Connected Systems
- Electrification of Vehicle Powertrains (Hybrid to fully electric)
- Electrification of motion control
- Equipment Up-Time Optimization and Availability
- Energy Efficiency
- Machine Safety
- Autonomous Equipment/Machines
- Professional Development (career development, workforce issues, economics)
The deadline to submit proposals is December 31, 2021. To submit your abstract, please click here. Call for Sessions Submissions will be evaluated by our IFPE 2023 Education Committee with notification of acceptance by mid-March 2022.
For any inquiries regarding the program, please contact: Helen Horner at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 298-4179.
We look forward to seeing you at IFPE 2023.
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