Rockwell Automation (RA) holds several commercial events and trade shows each year, and most of them include hands-on labs, technical sessions, and product demonstrations.
Following each event, I usually get a few calls or emails from clients asking where they can go online to download the presentations and lab files for the sessions they attended. To preemptively answer those questions, over the next few days I'll post the steps you need to take to download the session materials from Rockwell's major events, starting today with…
What some would call Rockwell's premier event, Automation Fair is a two day trade show and training event which is held in a different major US city each year.
To get the session materials from this event, start by navigating to www.AutomationFair.com
Next, select one of the three categories on the main page: Hands-on labs, Technical sessions, Demonstrations (circled above in red.)
EDIT: Updated for 2013, select one of the categories from the left hand side of the page, or using one of these links below:
I hope you found the above information about downloading Allen-Bradley and Rockwell Software session materials from Rockwell Automation's Automation Fair event helpful. If you did, or if you have a question about Automation Fair, please feel free to drop us a comment by using the “post a comment or question” link below.
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