Wago launches its innovation in automation mobile tour through North America

Source: ControlDesign.com

Jul 31, 2006

GERMANTOWN, WI – July 2006 -- Wago Corp. has announced the launch of its mobile marketing program, “Innovation in Automation Tour," set to start in August in Wisconsin, and continuing on through the rest of North America.
 
“We understand it is increasingly more difficult for people to take time out of their busy schedules to visit a trade show,” said Dean Norton, Marketing Manager for Wago. “The dilemma is then, how both OEMs and end users stay on top of the latest automation technology to keep their company competitive.” The answer, according to Norton: Bring the trade show to the customer. 
 
The “Innovation in Automation” tour will feature active product application panels, pick-up and play product panels for hands-on experience, free literature/samples/software tools to take back to the office, and dedicated time with a Wago expert to discuss your application. All at the foot of your door step (or parking lot – as it may be). 

 

The tour will feature solutions for: 

  • Achieving maintenance-free wiring
  • Reducing wiring time by up to 70%
  • Reducing panel space by up to 66%
  • Going enclosure-less with active and passive control devices
  • Free software tool for creating CAD drawings and BOMs
  • Reducing I/O costs through fieldbus independence
  • Implementing a distributed I/O or distributed control platform
  • Getting data from the plant floor to the rest of the enterprise
  • Combining the reliability of a PLC with the functionality of a PC
  • (PLC) Programming freedom with IEC 61131-3  

CLICK HERE for a complete schedule with online registration.
 
For more information contact WAGO at 1-800-DIN-RAIL, info.us@wago.com, or www.wago.us.

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