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Anticipation Builds as Technology in Action Conference Rapidly Approaches

With the 2013 Technology in Action Conference a few days away, anticipation is building toward our three-day commercial refrigeration event. Among the interactive panel discussions and breakout sessions, the new format will provide ample opportunities for attendees to interact with industry experts while discussing the industry’s most pressing topics. It’s an event that promises to be unlike our previous conferences, and we’re confident those in attendance will leave more informed and better prepared for the future.

The keynote address will be delivered by Jack Uldrich, renowned global futurist and sought-after business speaker, and will set the tone for our “out-of-the-box” approach to the event. A best-selling author, Uldrich is often called upon to speak on future trends, emerging technologies, innovations, change management and leadership. The self-described “chief unlearning officer” of “the school of unlearning”, Uldrich has made it his personal goal is to help organizations succeed tomorrow by unlearning today.

With multiple breakout sessions to choose from, attendees are sure to find topics that address their specific concerns and provide opportunities to learn from the experiences of their peers. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to design a grocery store from scratch? One breakout session will provide a holistic view of mechanical system design (including analysis on case control), condenser operation and piping configuration. Are you curious about the supermarket refrigeration trends in Europe? Experts from the European market will share the key drivers for new system development and provide insights on the future of global refrigeration trends. Other breakout session topics include:

  • Advanced condition-based maintenance
  • Controller setup for better enterprise management
  • Insights from alarm analysis for maintenance programs
  • Mobile facility management concepts for retail operations
  • VFD applications in supermarkets

If you’ve made plans to attend the conference April 15-17, we will see you soon! If you can’t make it this year, be sure to follow our live updates from the event on Twitter: #EmersonTAC.

Mitch Knapke
Refrigeration Market Manager, Supermarkets
Emerson Climate Technologies

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