Automation & Power World attendance breaks record

ORLANDO, FLORIDA - ABB Automation & Power World 2011 in Orlando, Florida exceeded projected event attendance expectations, with more than 4,200 attendees participating.

The conference attracted a record number of participants for any previous ABB event.

“We are honored with the continued record breaking attendance of this event, and for the opportunity to host this valuable learning forum for our customers,” said Enrique Santacana. Region Manager for ABB North America and Event Chairman.

“The energy, enthusiasm and optimism found throughout the entire conference this year is indicative of improving economic conditions in the industries we serve. We have received overwhelmingly positive feedback from our customers and partners on how they will benefit going forward from attending this event.”

ABB also announced the dates for ABB Automation & Power World 2012, which is returning to the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas, on April 23-26, 2012.

ABB Automation & Power World is a three-day, comprehensive users conference and exhibition that showcases ABB’s extensive automation and power offerings and expertise under one roof, the widest range of technologies from one company at any one conference.

The 2011 event included more than over 500 hours of workshops, customer case histories, partner presentations, and hands-on training sessions, as well as the massive exhibit hall and unique demonstration areas.


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