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April 2015

EMC by Your Design

April 14 - 16, Northbrook IL

An EMC Practical Applications Seminar and Workshop by Donald L. Sweeney, Roger Swanberg and Tim Lusha.
The seminar includes the latest EMC textbook Controlling Radiated Emissions by Design, published in 2014, lecture, discussion, workbook, hands-on workshop to apply EMC principles learned to actual products through hands-on calculations, take home proprietary EMC design software and a 45 minute individual product review.

CSIA 2015 Executive Conference

April 29-May 2, Washington, DC

May 2015

Eastec Eastern States Exposition

May 12-14, West Springfield, Mass.

This event puts you face-to-face with more companies, people, technologies, industries and equipment than you could review in a month on your own. Find solutions that can improve profits, increase efficiency and expand your business into new markets.

The Automation Conference 2015

May 19-20, Chicago

This event will explore the technologies and strategies that continue to transform manufacturing in the U.S. Two days of keynote presentations, track sessions and technology workshops will cover topics such as HMI, Manufacturing Intelligence,  Robotics, Big Data, Control, Smart Manufacturing systems, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Manufacturing IT, Remote Access, Safety, Security and more.

ABB Robotics American Customer Days

May 20-21, Auburn Hills

ABB Robotics annual American customer event attended by over 1000 people. Seminars, new products & technologies, training, demonstrations and much more.

Rockwell Automation TechED

May 31-June 5, San Diego, California

The premier training event to help improve machine performance, optimize your plant and empower a Connected Enterprise. Learn from industry leaders how to achieve operational excellence with expert-led sessions, hands-on labs and innovative presentations. Network with peers to gain insight into improving your own operations. Make the most of this jam-packed week that will help you take your skills to the next level and develop plans for the future to help drive increased productivity and profitability.

June 2015

The Big M Event

June 2-4, 2015, Detroit

Increase efficiency. Reduce lead times. Improve margins. You need advanced solutions and you need them now. THE BIG M is the Great Lakes’ premier manufacturing event focusing on the innovative technologies, processes, and solutions that are shaping the future of manufacturing.

At THE BIG M, you will:

  • Find emerging technologies and process improvement solutions
  • Learn key trends and new applications from industry experts
  • Build the future through networking and student engagement

AMT Automation in Manufacturing Conference

June 4, 2015, Detroit

This year’s theme will be "Building Our Manufacturing Future with Automation." The conference will focus on the future of advanced manufacturing, with an emphasis on state-of-the-art, innovative automation.

HUG Americas

June 21-26, San Antonio

Get ready to experience one of the biggest technological conferences in the industry where you can impart and gain knowledge on the most pressing issues and challenges your industry faces today. More than 1300 attendees took part in the 2014 Honeywell Users Group (HUG) Americas Symposium. This year’s HUG promises to be even bigger and better with a chance to listen to other customers share their experiences, talk with industry experts about your own challenges, and get hands-on technology demonstrations.

July 2015

2015 Coordinate Metrology Systems Conference

July 20-24, Hollywood, Fla.

The CMSC is a week-long technology conference for users of portable 3D measurement solutions applied by manufacturers and science laboratories. This seminal gathering attracts leading OEMs and service providers, as well as expert speakers delivering fresh perspectives on trends, best practices, R&D, successful applications and innovations in the field of metrology. The CMSC has built and sustained its industry reputation by delivering an impressive slate of original technical papers and presentations, year in and year out, for over 30 years.

August 2015


August 3-6, Austin

This conference offers the ultimate learning environment for our introductory and advanced users to explore the latest technologies through interactive technical sessions, targeted summits, hands-on workshops, case study presentations, and exhibitions on the most recent advancements in design, control, measurement, automation, manufacturing, and test. It also features keynote presentations and demonstrations that highlight how engineers and scientists can improve everyday life by using NI graphical system design to create advanced test and measurement systems as well as increase the efficiency of their processes.

September 2015

Women in Manufacturing (WiM) SUMMIT 2015

Sept. 23-25, Minneapolis, Minn.

This annual event is geared toward women who have chosen careers in manufacturing and want to share perspectives and network with others in the industry. Expected to attract more than 300 professional women in manufacturing with titles ranging from production to CEO, SUMMIT 2015 will feature industry plant tours, a networking dinner, panel discussions, educational sessions and keynote presentations.

October 2015


October 27-29, Rosemont, Ill.

Once again, The ASSEMBLY Show is gearing up to be filled with new products, contacts and insights. Registration is free for all users and buyers of assembly equipment until Sept. 30, 2015.

The Quality Show: Improving Your Manufacturing Process

October 27-29, Rosemont, Ill.

Build Your Network: Connect with thousands of quality manufacturers, engineers and decision makers who are all about what's new and what's next in quality manufacturing processes and production equipment.

Quality Focused Education: Attend FREE informative and interactive sessions led by American Society for Quality (ASQ), Coordinate Metrology Society (CMS) and other subject matter experts addressing key issues and quality solutions in 2 specialized Learning Theaters on the exhibit hall floor.

Find Solutions: Meet with the industry's premier suppliers demonstrating how their products and services can significantly improve quality both on the shop floor and in manufacturing planning.