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Fluid Power Professionals Prepare For IFPE

The International Fluid Power Exposition (IFPE) only happens once every three years in conjunction with CONEXPO-CON/AGG, and the largest international gathering place for the construction industries and fluid power professionals is arguably the most anticipated event of 2020. Now, with only two months to go, Las Vegas is setting the stage to welcome over 400 exhibitors showcasing their latest products and innovations including everything from industrial hydraulics to mobile hydraulics to pneumatics of every shape and size.

IFPE 2020, scheduled for March 10-14, is where you’ll learn everything to help your company stay at the forefront of your industry. You will see all of the latest innovations in fluid power, have in-depth technical conversations with other engineers and executives to spark new ideas, and find new suppliers and new ways of doing things. Plus, there is an opportunity to attend innovative education classes and sessions covering the latest topics and industry trends, as well as talk with suppliers about your specific challenges and the solutions they offer. No other show brings as many sectors of the fluid power, power transmission and motion control industries together in one place.

Stay informed by learning what’s new in your field and critical for your success in the next decade at IFPE 2020, the leading international trade show and educational conference for designers and product engineers in the constantly evolving fluid power industry. New to this year’s event is an opportunity to mix-and-match sessions between both IFPE and CONEXPO-CON/AGG, so now you can pay one price and select education from both shows.

SOME OF THE EDUCATION TOPICS INCLUDE:

• Electric vs. Hydraulic Transmission

• Variable Speed Technology of Fluid Power (Industrial)

• Mobile Hydraulic Robotics

• Workforce Development

• Assessing Your Hydraulic System Efficiency

• Integration of Site Management

• Digital Displacement Pumps

• Hydraulics in the Digital Age

• Hydraulic Transmission Control Methods

• Industry of the Future

• Economic Outlook

• Additive Manufacturing

• Digital Design

• Hydraulic Fluid Properties, Efficiency and Contamination Control

When mapping out your IFPE schedule, be sure to keep the lunch hours on March 11, 12 and 13 open for the IFPE Research Symposium. Over these three days, the National Fluid Power Association will be presenting the IFPE Research Symposium, which showcases the latest fluid power research being performed at U.S. universities with funding provided by a new program within the U.S. Department of Energy to improve the energy efficiency of hydraulic systems on off-road vehicles. Professors Perry Li and James Van de Ven of the University of Minnesota and Andrea Vacca of Purdue University will present. To learn more about what you can expect to see and learn at IFPE, visit www.ifpe.com.

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