Siemens Canada Automate The Future Tour
May 8, 2023
Siemens Canada is excited to invite you to the Automate The Future Tour.
This cross-Canada tour showcases new innovations in manufacturing and process technologies. You will have the opportunity to learn from Siemens industry experts, participate in interactive sessions, and network with peers and like-minded professionals from various fields.
Three different sessions catered to both factory and process automation are being offered at each location. If you prefer learning about new innovations and solution offerings or prefer a deep dive, they have a session for you!
|Calgary, Alberta||May 15, 2023|
|Vancouver, British Columbia||May 18, 2023|
Sessions to Choose From
Infoshop – Factory Automation & Motion Room
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.
Workshop – Factory Automation & Motion Room
This session is for technical people who are interested in a hands-on workshop focused on WinCC Unified and Integrated Motion Control. With the industrial automation and motion systems from Siemens, you can cover all requirements while benefiting from maximum efficiency, flexibility, and cost effectiveness. Find more details in the agenda! Registrants for Workshop Room will receive a survey to select which sessions they wish to attend.
Infoshop – Process Automation Room
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.
SMART Lab: Humber College and Siemens Canada Open the Sustainable Microgrid and Renewable Technology Lab
Humber College is partnering with Siemens Canada to develop a Sustainable Microgrid and Renewable Technology Lab (SMART Lab) at its North Campus. The SMART Lab is an educational and experimental environment designed to train students and professionals in the use of a microgrid system and to conduct research with industry partners.