Emerson launches virtual access to mobile road show

Emerson will kick off its Mobile Road Show on November 4, 2020, featuring an interactive mobile service centre, which will run for nine months across multiple countries. The event is now available virtually for those who cannot attend in person.

Dubbed the “Mobile Resource of Innovation, Emerson Solutions and Technology,” the mobile service centre is equipped with the latest advancements in digital transformation for machine safety, machine automation systems and fluid control. Both in-person visitors and virtual attendees will have access to materials and videos highlighting new products and solutions from Emerson.

“This mobile event provides us with a new way to connect with our customers and showcase the innovations Emerson is bringing to market,” said Wolf Gerecke, director of pneumatic product marketing for Emerson’s Automation Solutions business. “Due to current travel limitations, we created a digital event that allows us to connect globally with customers in new and exciting ways by virtually touring the mobile service center.”

The mobile service center will make preplanned stops in numerous countries. Emerson will conduct safe practices in light of the global pandemic. There will be a variety of informational videos offered in both the mobile service center and virtually, including “Digital Transformation: Turning Data Into Actionable Insight With IIoT Applied Solutions” and “Machine Safety in Pneumatics Reduces Risks Without Compromising Productivity.”

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