Fluid Power World will host the Fluid Power Technology Conference on May 16-17, 2017.
Location: Milwaukee School of Engineering, Kern Center.
The Fluid Power Technology Conference is designed to bring technical fluid power information to professionals who design, maintain, repair, and operate machinery and equipment powered by fluid power systems, both hydraulic and pneumatic.
From basics to advanced fluid power, sessions will target the following:
- Properly size a system
- Maintain control
- Prevent and control contamination
- Read schematics
- Component selection and design
- And more!
- Allen Carlson – University of Florida, College of Engineering (formerly Sun Hydraulics)
- Erick Scarpone – Caterpillar Inc
- John Thornton – GS Global Resources
The Fluid Power Technology Conference presents a unique opportunity for fluid power component manufacturers and distributors to display their technology, present their expertise from the conference stage, and meet face-to-face with prospective customers to learn more about their needs while sharing solutions with them.
From basic product knowledge to critical training updates, this conference is a must for fluid power engineers, designers, users, maintenance personnel, distributor sales professionals and students.
“I found the Fluid Power Technology Conference to be a very good mix of technical sessions from component manufacturers, OEMs, and MSOE faculty. I also enjoyed networking with others in the fluid power industry and making new connections.”
— Aleksander Egelja, Ph. D., Engineering Manager – Hydraulic Technology & Digital Solutions, Innovation and Technology Development Division, Caterpillar Inc
Every exhibitor will also have the opportunity to present one of the seminar sessions. Fluid Power World expects an audience of roughly 100 to 150 attendees.
Attendees include the following:
- OEM Design Engineers
- Product Engineers
- System Engineers
- Application Engineers
- Plant Engineers
- Senior Design Engineers
- Plant Operations Managers
- Engineering Managers
- Mobile Machinery Designers
More info soon on the Fluid Power Technology Conference Website >>