Rockwell Automation has announced that registration is now open for Automation Fair 2016.
This year's event marks the show's 25th anniversary, and it's being held November 9th & 10th at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA.
On the event's training schedule you'll find over 100 sessions listed, including 9 industry forums, 19 hands-on labs, and 95 technical sessions.
For a complete session listing with detailed session descriptions, check out Rockwell's 2016 pre-show guide here.
There are also 150 exhibits planned for the Automation Fair show floor this year, including those of over 100 vendors from Rockwell's partner network.
If you're curious to know exactly which third party vendors will be present, you'll find the full list in Rockwell's exhibitor listing here.
As for me, having been away from the show for the last couple of years I'm happy to announce that this year I will be attending the show on behalf of The Automation Blog.
That said, I'm curious if any of you are also planning on attending? Or if not, why not?
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