The 18th Annual

Motor & Drive Systems

Conference

World-Class Content in
Design, Efficiency & Application Advancements

January 19-20, 2021
A Virtual Conference

Save $300 • Register by November 20

 

Motor & Drive Systems 2021 will provide the best forum to learn from industry thought-leaders on on the latest technical advancements impacting the design, integration and efficiency of motor, drive systems and motion control for automation, robotics, manufacturing and industrial, as well as utilities and automotive applications. 

The live-streamed video presentations will provide in-depth discussions with interactive Q&A sessions. The feature-rich virtual exhibit hall will highlight the latest products and services entering the market. The Network Lounge lets attendees see and chat with each other throughout the event.

Track Topics Include:

Motor Design & Performance • Drive Systems • Industry & Applications Trends

Magnetic Properties & Applications • Sensors & Encoders • EMCW

 

MAGNETICS 2021 is a sister conference that is traditionally co-located with Motor & Drive Systems. The two events have a lot of synergy and attendees find value in being able to attend sessions in both programs. Although the events are virtual in 2021, the events will still be held together and your registration to Motor & Drive Systems grants you full access to MAGNETICS 2021.

Speakers

Blake Griffin
Dragana Popovic Renella
Torsten Becker
Justin Goldston
Ivan Campos
Timothy Froning
Alex Kuhl
Paulo Guedes-Pinto
Lukasz Mierczak
Brian Coleman
Cristian Ionescu-Catrina
Dal Ohm
Lowell Christensen
Jayant Vaidya
Carl Lee Tolbert
Steve Wetzel
Eric Theisen
Pradeep Deshmane
Adam Thomas
Jacob Campbell
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Sponsors

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Wall Street Transcript Corp

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New York, NY 10017

(212) 952-3842 

Contact Us

Program Director | Shannon Given | (720) 799-1463

 

Exhibitor & Sponsor Sales | Robert Schaudt | (720) 799-1464

 

Event Coordinator | Alice Wang | (212) 952-3842

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Torsten Becker