Yokogawa sets dates for 2016 Users Conference and Exhibition

June 17, 2015
Yokogawa's annual conference to be held Oct. 3-6 in Orlando, Fla.

Yokogawa Corporation of America has announced its 2016 Users Conference and Exhibition will be held in Orlando, Fla. from Oct. 3-6 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld hotel.

Yokogawa says the biennial conference and exhibition provides a unique opportunity for users to network with fellow professionals, industry leaders and Yokogawa product and solutions experts. Individuals gain in-depth, quantified insight into how peers are using automation technologies to deliver industry-leading results.

The main event will run from Oct. 4-6, with pre-conference sessions beginning on Oct. 3. The conference program includes Yokogawa platform technology updates, industry and technology keynotes, workshops and panel sessions, all designed to help users and partners fully utilize automation technologies. Yokogawa will also host a welcome reception, customer appreciation night and other networking events designed to maximize the exchange of ideas.

An exhibition area will consist of Yokogawa’s integrated portfolio of platforms and solutions, along with partner solutions. Users will learn more about these solutions and how they can assist in achieving safe, reliable and profitable operations in their facilities.

To register and learn more, go here.

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