Yokogawa Announces Dates for North America Users Conference and Exhibition 2020

17.05.2019

The 2020 Yokogawa Users Conference and Exhibition has been scheduled for August 31 - September 3, 2020 at the Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center in the Woodlands, Texas, USA.

The North American biennial conference and exhibition provides an unparalleled opportunity for Yokogawa users to network with fellow professionals, industry and business leaders, as well as numerous product and solutions experts. Individuals gain in-depth, quantified insight into how their peers are using automation technologies to deliver industry-leading results that positively impact their bottom line. The 2018 event, held in Orlando over four days in September, attracted hundreds of professionals across multiple industries.

The 12,000-square-foot OpreX Showcase and Exhibition featured solutions across Yokogawa’s extensive portfolio. Eighteen Yokogawa partners contributed to the exhibition showing value-added solutions alongside Yokogawa. Conference attendees had a wide range of sessions to choose from, and there were several impactful keynotes including Adam Stelzner from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, who spoke about collaborative innovation and what it took to get to Mars; “Ram” Ramasamy of Frost & Sullivan, who went in depth about digital transformation and how to be ready for the future of IIoT; and Jeff Warmann of Monroe Energy, who gave insight into how to drive excellence in the face of disruptive forces. The 2020 Users Conference promises another great line up of informative sessions and engaging speakers. Information will be posted on the event website as it becomes available.

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