Canadian Manufacturing

Canadian companies host German Technology Day focused on Industry 4.0

by CMO Staff   

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Four companies, headquartered in Germany and based in Canada, will share Industry-leading Industry 4.0 and energy-efficient solutions

PHOTO: Rittal Systems Ltd.

Mississauga, Ont. – EPLAN, PILZ, Rittal and WAGO, four leading companies in automation and advanced manufacturing, are hosting their inaugural German Technology Days in Canada.

Each company will share the latest industry-leading and energy-efficient solutions.

The German Technology Days will take place at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Mississauga on November 19, and at Crowne Plaza in Kitchener on November 21.

The focus of the events will be understanding the impact of Industry 4.0 in Canada, and highlighting the challenges brought forward by the paradigm shift taking place in the industry today.


Some highlights

  • Gurvinder Chopra, VP, Standards & Regulations at Electro-Federation Canada presents the luncheon keynote: “The Synergy between Innovation and Standardization”
  • Three attendees will win the opportunity to an all-expenses paid trip to Germany to attend the Hannover Messe 2020, and tour these companies’ cutting-edge Industry 4.0 manufacturing facilities

Impactful sessions

The German Technology Days will include a series of presentations from thought leaders in each of these companies.

To view the detailed agenda, click here.

One-of-a-kind demos

A special integrated demo featuring solutions of all the companies is being developed specially for these events: EPLAN Design Engineering will be used to build a Rittal enclosure in their Modification Centre, incorporating their climate control and power distribution solutions, Security solutions from PILZ and Connectivity solutions from WAGO.

To register for the GTA event, click here

To register for the SWO event, click here



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