Free, online Technology Days for machine builders

If you’re keen to design and build machines that are simpler, faster, more efficient and more powerful then next weeks’ Technology Days, hosted by Murrelektronik, could be worth a look

On March 23rd, 24th and 25th Manchester-based Murrelektronik is hosting its 2021 Technology Days. More than a dozen of the company’s most experienced specialists will be available to discuss many things machine building, including experts on wireless solutions, fieldbus, systems engineering, switches, IIOT, safety and connection technology. ‘Live chat’ will be available too.  

Attendees will be able to learn about some of the latest trends in automation technology, including ‘smart’ installation concepts, IO-Link, Ethernet, cloud and the connectivity technology of the future as Murrelektronik envisages it. Here is a synopsis of what will be covered:

How Analog Goes Digital IO Link - Applications in Practice

Using IO Link for Standardisation - Smart Sensors and Actuators are the Future

Maximum Diversity with a Single Module - Installation Concepts using Standard-IO, Safety and IO Link

Can a power supply talk to you? With IO-Link, a power supply can communicate with a PLC

Functional and flexible - IO Link Technology in Modular Installation Systems

How to optimise your  I/O solutions with Ethernet/IP - Benefits of the products and how they apply on the machine

Get More out of Your Data - Cloud based Data Storage

Get Your Data on the Right Track - Optimise your Networks with Switches

Ethernet - Don't Lose Your Connection

Choosing the Right Cable for the Application

Make it easy - Connectivity and Collaboration simplified

Little Effort – Huge Benefits! More Efficiency with Decentralised Systems Engineering

The company sees itself as a specialist in decentralised automation technology and these Technology Days are free to attend. readers can register here.

Registration is free and there is a comprehensive programme of subjects available to machine builders
Registration is free and there is a comprehensive programme of subjects available to machine builders

Murrelektronik Ltd

5 Albion Street, Pendlebury Industrial Estate
M27 4FG

+44 (0)161 728 3133

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