RSTechED 2011

RSTechED 2011 - Inspire. Educate. Innovate. June 12-17, at Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando, FL.

04/29/2011


RSTechED 2011 offers attendees a chance to inspire, educate, and innovate, June 12-17, at Rosen Shingle Creek, in Orlando, FL, according to host, Rockwell Automation.

"Leverage your automation investments and create the architecture for continuous optimization, innovation, and sustainable production. Create your competitive advantage by learning from peers and subject matter experts who share experiences, demonstrate cutting edge and emerging technologies.

"RSTechED offers you the opportunity to learn how the best of the best in manufacturing tackle day-to-day challenges, and gives you the chance to interface with the newest software-based solutions from Rockwell Automation. Since its inception, the number of RSTechED attendees has skyrocketed — from 400 attendees in 1998 to more than 5,000 attendees annually across the globe.

"RSTechED is advanced education in manufacturing and production applications. Only RSTechED serves up a curriculum this broad, with over 100 different sessions appealing to users and managers at all levels within an organization — providing a highly interactive classroom-style environment set up for people working in manufacturing, process, and machine builder industries."

Get information about sessions and speakers along with other details at

http://www.rockwellautomation.com/events/rsteched/



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