Motor Driven Systems Conference to return

Published:  01 March, 2012

Motor Driven Systems Conference

The organisers of the conference on motor-driven systems in November 2011 are planning a follow-up event this year on 7 and 8 November, following a detailed review by the five trade-association stakeholders BCAS, BEAMA, BPMA, FETA and GAMBICA. The new event will continue to press home the importance of adopting a systems approach to motor-driven apparatus for optimum energy efficiency, addressing the key areas of regulatory affairs, systems engineering and product technology.

There will be far greater emphasis on delivering a comprehensive programme of case studies real life examples of how industry and commerce are saving significant amounts of money through the proven and successful application of energy-efficient motor-driven systems.

Plant managers, engineering staff and financial heads in end-user organisations find enormous value in learning how others are increasing efficiency across their operations.

For more information on this story, click here: March 2012, 200

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