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2013 Technology in Action Conference Introduces New Interactive Format

One of the most exciting conferences that Emerson hosts is the annual Technology in Action Conference (www.emersontac.org). It takes place this year on April 15–17 at the Westin Resort in Savannah, Georgia. We’re also pleased to announce the inclusion of town hall-style panel discussions to the packed agenda. Not only are we bringing experts in data analytics, refrigerants and refrigeration systems, but we’re inviting attendees to join the debates and engage the most respected leaders in the supermarket industry via question and answer sessions.

Our panel discussions will address the most pressing topics we face today and shed light on industry best practices. By giving attendees chances to interact directly with the industry’s technology leaders, we’re confident attendees will take away invaluable knowledge and strategies to better measure, manage, optimize and sustain retail facility operations. We sincerely hope you’ll be there and contribute to the panel discussions that will benefit us all:

–        The Challenges of Big Data in Facility Management

–        Synthetic and Natural Refrigerant Options for Supermarkets

–        Advanced Supermarket Refrigeration Systems

The intent of the conference is to offer solutions to many of the operational problems that consistently challenge retailers. From rising energy costs to the demand for sustainable refrigeration system design, retailers today face myriad energy and operational challenges. This year’s conference will help retailers put the latest technologies into action to solve critical problems, reduce their environmental impact, optimize facility operations and increase system reliability.

Register now. I hope to see you at the conference!

Rajan Rajendran, Ph.D
Vice President, Engineering Services and Sustainability
Emerson Climate Technologies

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