BRAAS Wisconsin will host Automation TECH FAIR on Thursday, April 9, 2020 from 9 am to 4 pm at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
This free industrial automation event will showcase the latest in automation technology with live demonstrations, on-site educational opportunities and highlight the latest trends in the automation industry.
The fair includes exhibits by our premier partners along with BRAAS product specialists ready to share their knowledge and expertise. Also featured are hourly educational breakout sessions throughout the day. The event includes door prizes and a complimentary lunch.
Automation TECH FAIR offers you and your team the opportunity to:
- Explore the latest automation industry developments
- Talk one-on-one to the technical experts
- Experience live demonstrations
- Learn at educational breakout sessions
- Find the tools you need to increase productivity and profits
- Network with your peers
Register online to reserve your spot at the fair and to attend individual educational breakout sessions:
Session 1: 9 – 9:45 am – Factory Floor Data Collection – your machine to the cloud
Data from the floor to the cloud – how and why? OEEE application examples, facility operations, condition monitoring, devices used in data collection.
Session 2: 10 – 10:45 am – Machine Guarding
The first steps to understanding machine guarding.
Session 3: 11 – 11:45 am – Traceability: Why is it necessary NOW!
What is it, why is it important and how do you implement it?
Session 4: 1 – 1:45 pm – 3D Inspection
Common 3D vision inspections and why are they better than 2D?
Session 5: 2 – 2:45 pm – Network Address Translation for Industrial Automation
Connecting your machines to the main network through NA. When to use 1:1 and port forwarding.
Session 6: 3 – 3:45 pm – Lean Robotics
A methodology for simplifying robotic cell deployments.
Located at the iconic Harley-Davidson Museum, BRAAS Automation TECH FAIR provides a fun and convenient venue where you can meet with world-class suppliers, discover the latest industrial automation products, find solutions to your automation challenges and learn a little more about a legendary American institution. Free admission to the museum is included, a $22 value.
400 West Canal Street | Milwaukee, WI 53201