Drives and Control Solutions

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MotorDriveSystemsAugust 11, 2020

Due to safety and travel considerations regarding COVID-19, the 18th annual Motor & Drive Systems conference has been turned into a virtual event. Attendees will be able to view live-streamed presentations and ask questions in real time, participate in 1x1 meetings, and visit feature-rich virtual booths.

Motor & Drive Systems are currently accepting presentation, workshop, and panel abstracts. Being held January 19th-20th, the 2021 event will explore the important topics impacting motor and drive systems including design consideration, emerging technologies, intelligent motion control systems, energy efficiency, safety issues, power modules, simulation and testing.

Call for Presentations and Workshops Deadline is September 3, 2020

The conference provides an excellent forum for speakers to discuss case studies, ROI, market conditions and end-user requirements that are driving innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements. Attendees include top executives, technical managers and engineering professionals from original equipment manufacturers, system developers and integrators, dealers and component providers.

Speaking slots are not tied to sponsorships; conference fees are waived.

Topics include:

  • Energy Efficiency
  • Smart Manufacturing/ Industry 4.0
  • Building Smart Motion Control Systems
  • Power Quality & Analytics
  • Motor Design Analysis and Optimization
  • Motor Fault and Diagnosis
  • Magnetic Materials
  • Drive System Retrofitting
  • Servo Systems and Robotics

Learn more here.

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