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Manufacturing Innovations Take Center Stage in Anaheim

Manufacturing Innovations Take Center Stage in Anaheim

Manufacturing innovation trends will be on stage in Anaheim, Calif. next week as the Pacific Design & Manufacturing show runs from Tuesday, Feb. 10 through Thursday, Feb. 12. The show also includes Automation Technology West (ATX) and Medical Design & Manufacturing.

On Center Stage in the exhibit hall on Tuesday, Feb. 10 from 11 to 11:45 a.m., catch the presentation, Manufacturing Innovation Trends, a panel moderated by Rob Spiegel (me). There is no charge for the presentation once you're in the exhibit hall.

Members of the panel will include representatives from companies that are finalists in the Golden Mousetrap Awards. The awards ceremony is later that evening at the Anaheim Marriott Platinum 5 Ballroom (doors open at 4:45 p.m.).

As well as being Golden Mousetrap Award finalists, the panelists are leaders in emerging industrial technology. They include Randy Durick, vice president of the Network & Interface Division at TURCK; Jeff Perry, director of the Webench Design Center at Texas Instruments; Chris Kenney, senior design engineer at Honeywell; and Martin Mason, executive director at Maxim Integrated. The panelists will discuss how manufacturing innovation trends are shaping global industry.

Learn more about Pacific Design & Manufacturing here.

Rob Spiegel has covered automation and control for 15 years, 12 of them for Design News. Other topics he has covered include supply chain technology, alternative energy, and cyber security. For 10 years he was owner and publisher of the food magazine, Chile Pepper.

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