Brazil Automation ISA 2012 features trends in technology and the biggest product launches in the international automation market
The biggest Instrumentation, System and Automation event in the Americas and one of the most important in the world will take place from November 6 to 8 of this year, at Expo Center Norte, in São Paulo. Brazil Automation ISA 2012 – International Conference and Technical Exhibition is being held by the South-American Association of Automation – ISA District 4, an affiliate of the ISA – International Society of Automation, the top international organization in the automation industry, with around 30,000 members in over 50 countries.
In addition to featuring trends in technology and the biggest product launches on the international market, Brazil Automation ISA 2012 will have technical training and vast integration between users, manufacturers, distributors, researchers, students, service providers and other industry professionals.
“The mission for Brazil Automation ISA 2012 is to discuss industrial automation as an important tool for manufacturing better quality products at a low cost that are quickly available to the consumer market, ensuring competitiveness,” says Jorge Ramos, the President of ISA District 4, which coordinates activities in South American countries and in Trinidad & Tobago in Central America.
For 16 years, Brazil Automation has been an absolute success and the industry’s main reference. Projections for this year are for 130 exhibitors and 150 conference goers to attend, expecting to draw 16 thousand visitors. In 2011, the event included 112 exhibitors and 110 conference goers as well as 14,200 visitors from 20 countries.
Brazil Automation ISA 2012 is the ideal environment for business between companies and professionals who want to strengthen relationships and enter into business partnerships in various industrial segments, especially in Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Petro-chemicals, Environment, Pulp & Paper, Steel, Metal, Mining, Sanitation, Manufacturing, Energy, Food, Pharmaceutical, Automobile, and Academia.
With a growing market, in addition to incentive programs aimed at increasing infrastructure in the country for the two imminent sporting events that will take place in coming years, Brazil also boasts great business opportunities in the domestic market. Proof of this is in the France and China Pavilions that are being confirmed for Brazil Automation ISA 2012, as well as others that are currently under negotiation.
The International Automation, Systems and Instrumentation Conference that takes part parallel to Brazil Automation has already been established as a traditional and valuable forum for discussing technical know-how and the latest Automation technologies. Over three days, the most relevant topics in technological innovation for industrial products will be discussed. Technical Standards and ISA books are consistently used as the basis for the many training courses that take place during the event, giving technicians a fast and efficient technological update.
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