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Giving local manufacturing business skills fit for a global stage

Giving local manufacturing business skills fit for a global stage
Rockwell Automation has unveiled the 2014 tour dates of its regional Automation University - arguably the EMEA region's most significant and exciting free manufacturing event. The Automation University tour will stop at Nottingham on June 3rd, Peterborough on June 5th, Aberdeen on June 10th and will end in Warrington on June 12th. Professionals in the fields of management, engineering, maintenance, purchasing and IT from the areas are invited to take part to discuss current and emerging industry challenges with industry colleagues, technical specialists and business consultants... all in a relaxed, friendly, non-sales environment.

Automation University offers multiple, live demos, seminars and industry sessions - bringing together solutions and specialists.  The event features many of Rockwell Automation's technology partners and a large central exhibition area, where visitors can see products and technologies brought to life. 

Due to continuous assessment of the shows' programmes and differing regional needs, Rockwell Automation tailors the theming and content, helping to make the information, technology and advice at the shows relevant and up to date on all of the most important issues facing the delegates. And, thanks to the parallel streams and sheer variety of what is on offer, users are able to tailor a programme that suits their requirements; meaning they don't miss out on vital sessions or have to sit through presentations that do not concern them.

Already with a ten-year pedigree, Automation University has been phenomenally well received everywhere it has been held thanks to its ability to deliver what people really need to know.

The event is free to attend, and on average 150 people attend each one.  Places are always in great demand, so anyone wishing to visit the show is encouraged to register their interest early at or by searching "Automation University" and clicking "on the move".
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