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Charles Murray
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Re: Great overview
Charles Murray   8/22/2013 9:46:55 PM
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Yes, there's that one in Philly, another in Anaheim, another in Minneapolis at the end of October, and the one in Chicago. I don't know if there are others.

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Rob Spiegel   8/21/2013 7:42:58 PM
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Yes, I saw the same thing at the Philly show. Some of the most amazing technology was displayed in the medical manufacturing aisles.

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Charles Murray   8/21/2013 6:45:09 PM
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Agree, Rob. It's amazing to see how much automation is on display at a conference that is often associated with medical technology.

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Great overview
Rob Spiegel   8/21/2013 6:38:37 PM
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Nice overview of the conference, Cabe. I'd like to see the Robotics and Automation Theater. I'm sure that's a peek into the future.



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