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Siemens Canada: Automate The Future Tour 2024

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February 14, 2024

Siemens Canada: Automate The Future Tour 2024

Automate the Future Tour is coming to a city near you soon. This cross-Canada tour showcases the latest in manufacturing and process technologies. Explore all aspects of factory automation, motion, and process automation– from the hardware and software that drive it, the newest technologies, and fully-integrated solutions – that can transform your operations to win in this highly competitive marketplace.

Tour Dates and Locations

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  • April 2nd, 2024 – Windsor, ON
  • April 4th, 2024 – London, ON
  • April 9th, 2024 – Mississauga, ON
  • April 11th, 2024 – Kitchener, ON
  • April 30th, 2024 – Calgary, AB
  • May 7th, 2024 – Surrey, BC
  • May 14th, 2024 – Montreal, QC
  • May 16th, 2024 – Quebec City, QC
  • May 29th, 2024 – Dartmouth, NS

Sessions:

Morning Session – Discrete Automation

This session is for those interested in the new innovations for industrial automation and motion systems. The demands on modern machines and plants are steadily growing in all industries. With Siemens, you can cover all requirements while benefiting from maximum efficiency, flexibility, and cost effectiveness. Find more details in the agenda!

Afternoon Session – Process Automation

This session is for those looking to discover the value of Siemens solutions for your plant, production, and process automation solutions – from the new web based DCS to digitalized operations. Find out, how you can benefit from our comprehensive portfolio, industry expertise and service offerings – anytime, anywhere. Find more details in the agenda!

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Siemens’ Automate the Future Tour 2023 Transforms the Every Day Across Canada

Siemens Canada recently completed their “Automate the Future Tour.” This cross-Canada tour showcased the most recent innovations in manufacturing and process technologies. Customers were invited to explore and engage with all aspects of factory automation, motion, and process automation solutions that are transforming operations and helping companies succeed in today’s highly competitive marketplace. Attendees were presented with the newest solutions in factory automation – from the hardware to the software that drives it.

Joris Myny, Senior Vice President Siemens Canada said, “Our slogan is ‘Automate the Future,’ but everything you see at the show is something you can touch, something you can use right now that will help you today, and in the future.”

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