The popular Rockwell Automation RSTechED conference will be held in Auckland, New Zealand from 16 to 18 November.
RSTechED 2010 will focus on how manufacturing intelligence helps companies reduce costs and achieve plant optimisation.
Featuring more than 30 unique technical sessions, hands-on labs and customer presentations, RSTechED will allow participants to explore the company’s production and performance software solutions and how they apply to industry.
A keynote presentation by engineer, entrepreneur and author, Roger La Salle in addition to talks from primary sponsor Cisco, virtualisation specialist VMware and system integration group, Sage Automation are some of the highlights of the conference.
“Rockwell Automation is committed to demonstrating how our technology and solutions have real-world industrial application and bottom-line benefit,” said Nathan Ruffell, Rockwell Automation software manager, New Zealand.
“The event offers a broad curriculum with interactive hands-on sessions that will appeal to users and managers at all levels within an organisation.”
RSTechED will shed light on how manufacturing intelligence empowers individuals at all levels to make informed decisions that lead to increased operational efficiency, improved business agility and more sustainable productivity.
Spanning three information-packed days, RSTechED will feature sessions led by Rockwell Automation subject matter experts with particular focus on FactoryTalk Historian ME, a machine-level historian that collects data directly from the backplane of the controller and FactoryTalk VantagePoint manufacturing intelligence software.
Registrations open on 1 October 2010 on the RSTechED website. The Auckland conference will be held November 16-18, 2010 at the Novotel Auckland Ellerslie in Auckland, New Zealand.