Wago 2011 Innovation in Automation tour underway
Consisting of two identical vans, IIAT presents Wago’s latest Automation, Interconnect and Electronic solutions directly to industrial professionals.
Wago Corporation’s Innovation in Automation Tour (IIAT) is hitting U.S. and Canadian roads. Consisting of two identical vans, IIAT presents Wago’s latest Automation, Interconnect and Electronic solutions directly to industrial professionals.
Equipped with updated pick-and-play displays, the IIAT Vans provide attendees with the ability to interact with Wago’s newest products. Wago Product Specialists coordinate each IIAT stop and provide attendees with interactive demos, as well as application assistance. Free literature and product samples are available.
View the IIAT interior and request a stop at: http://www.wago.us/innovationtour.htm
- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com
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