"Your Future Automation” is the motto for Pepperl+Fuchs’ first online summit, which will take place from July 20 – 24. This free, fully digital event offers customers and other interested parties a way to get in touch with industrial sensor and electrical explosion protection experts and learn about the latest solutions and trends in the fields of factory and process automation. On each day of the summit, participants will be able to access keynotes, live shows, and panel discussions on a different topic from the field of automation technology via a browser-based online platform.
These topics include:
In the networking lounge, participants will also have the opportunity to talk to other attendees and experts from Pepperl+Fuchs and its partner companies. Other digital content, such as technical white papers, videos, and presentations, will be available for free download. All content areas will be offered in English and will be presented in both the morning and afternoon to enable interested parties from all over the world to participate without being tied to time zones.
We miss you! Even in this time of limited social interaction, we would like to stay in touch with you, our customers. That is why we are holding our first online summit from July 20 – 24. For five exciting and informative days, we will address topics that are propelling us forward. Everything will revolve around user-centered digitalization. What better way to communicate this than with a digital event tailored to the interests of our customers?" comments Dr. Gunther Kegel, Chairman of the Executive Board of Pepperl+Fuchs AG.
Interested in attending? Register for Pepperl+Fuchs’ free online summit at www.pepperl-fuchs.com/summit.
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