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OMAC Integration Symposium

October 29, 2008
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The second annual OMAC Integration Symposium will be held at the Partners in THINC Facility in Charlotte, NC, December 3-4, 2008. The event agenda will focus on Total System Evolution-a theme that embraces all industries and is vital to the advancement and improvement of processes, business functions and the ability to meet customers’ changing needs.

The second annual OMAC Integration Symposium will be held at the Partners in THINC Facility in Charlotte, NC, December 3-4, 2008. The event agenda will focus on Total System Evolution-a theme that embraces all industries and is vital to the advancement and improvement of processes, business functions and the ability to meet customers’ changing needs.

This event will feature optional tours of the Partners in THINC facility and Okuma America Corporation headquarters, a keynote presentation, the annual OMAC members’ meeting, presentations from many industries, hands-on demonstrations and various networking opportunities.

Symposium attendees can participate in the following presentations and demonstrations: “Packaging Line Integration with PackML;” “Robot Bin Picking;” “Integrated Control System Design in a PLM Context;” “Designing Products to be Standards Friendly;’’ “The Interaction of the Various Machine Tools, Accessory Devices and Tooling;” “Utilization of Wireless Sensor Technology and Vendor Independent Fieldbus Interfaces in Industrial Automation;” “OPC Architectures in Manufacturing;” “Weathering the Storm: Growing an Automation and Emerging Company in Turbulent Times;” “Model Driven Embedded Systems Design Environment for Industrial Automation (MEDIA);” “Advanced Tool Control and Management;” and “CNC and Automation Integration.”

For more information, visit www.omac.org/systemrevolution.

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