MAGNETICS 2012 and Motor, Drive and Automation Systems 2012 to Showcase Global Developments and Trends

Dépèche transmise le 21 février 2012 par Business Wire

MAGNETICS 2012 and Motor, Drive and Automation Systems 2012 to Showcase Global Developments and Trends

MAGNETICS 2012 and Motor, Drive and Automation Systems 2012 to Showcase Global Developments and Trends

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--For a third year, top engineers and technical professionals from leading manufacturers will gather for two industry-leading conferences March 13th-14th in Orlando, Florida, focused on the latest advancements and market developments in motors, drives, motion control and automation technologies as well as magnetics materials and technologies.

Key areas of discussion this year will be the dramatic energy efficiency improvements being made in electric motor and drive systems as well as their application in enabling important new green technologies such as wind power, electric transportation and sophisticated energy management systems. What’s ahead for supply and pricing of rare-earth magnetic materials, which have become a critical commodity concern throughout the industrialized world, promises to be another top area of attention.

MAGNETICS 2012 is a global event focused on the latest economic developments and technical advancements in the magnetics markets and technologies. Learn the latest advancements in magnetic applications, technology and materials as well as global issues of supply, demand and pricing of magnetic materials.

Motor, Drive and Automation Systems 2012 is leading event focused on the latest trends and technical advancements impacting motors, drives & automation systems, power electronics and motion control. Discover how to improve system performance, reliability and energy efficiency.

The conferences will feature more than 50 technical presentations, several in-depth pre-conference workshops, and share a sold-out exhibit hall. Both events are designed to serve the needs of design engineers and product developers, as well as system engineers and manufacturing professionals responsible for industrial operations. Attendees have the option to register for one or both conferences based on their particular interests. Online registration closes March 6th.

Sessions include:

The Uncertain Future of the Permanent Magnet Industry
Walter T. Benecki LLC • Moog Components Group • Arnold Magnetic Technologies • Hitachi Metals America

Motors, Drives, and Motion Control: A Global Market Update
IMS Research

Rare Earths and Corporate Social Responsibility
Avalon Rare Metals, Inc.

Circuit Protection Considerations for High-Power Motors and Controls
TE Circuit Protection

After the Storm: How the USMMA Sees the Future of the US Magnet Industry

Technology Trends in Variable Frequency Drives
Fuji Electric of America

Rare Earth Crisis Dissected: Calculating the Future
Yunsheng USA

Drive to a Greener Future
Siemens Industry, Inc.

Conference details, including downloadable brochures, can be found online at http://www.magneticsmagazine.com/conf-2012/mag_conf12_index.php and at http://www.e-driveonline.com/Conf-12/motors_conf12_index.php.

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