Automate Returns to Detroit Next Spring with More Than 600 Exhibitors

Automate, a leading North American automation showcase produced by the Association for Advancing Automation (A3) in Ann Arbor, is back in Detroit from May 22-25, 2023 at Huntington Place.
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Automate 2023 is coming to Huntington Place from May 22-25, 2023. // Courtesy of A3
Automate 2023 is coming to Huntington Place from May 22-25, 2023. // Courtesy of A3

Automate, a leading North American automation showcase produced by the Association for Advancing Automation (A3) in Ann Arbor, is back in Detroit from May 22-25, 2023 at Huntington Place.

The show will offer the latest in cutting-edge robotics, vision, artificial intelligence, motion control from more than 600 leading exhibitors.

“Now is the opportunity for companies to take their business to the next level at the most important automation event in 2023,” says Jeff Burnstein, president of A3. “Automate features automation applications to meet any business need, whether in manufacturing, logistics, consumer goods, food processing, or any number of other industries. It’s where you’ll learn how to power your productivity, become more efficient, gain a competitive edge, and future-proof your business for years to come.”

The paid Automate Conference will feature accomplished industry professionals in more than 150 talks. Those looking to sharpen their skills or deepen their automation knowledge can sign up for these educational conference sessions to get practical solutions, discover the latest innovations, or learn from real-world case studies.

Automate 2023 will be the biggest yet, featuring 300,000-square-feet of exhibit space. Limited exhibiting spaces remain.

In addition to seeing demos of the latest automation solutions, Automate show attendees can watch keynote sessions highlighting how these technologies solve real-world challenges or participate in small group discussions in the theater sessions covering important topics such as how robotics and automation are transforming the economy; innovative strategies for jumpstarting an automation strategy; or how companies can cultivate talents in the workforce.

This year again will feature presentations from the finalists of the Automate Startup Competition, sharing why their new offering should win the cash prize. At the Automate Conference, held alongside the free show offerings, paying attendees will hear from experts in the industry and can get practical training to become a certified vision professional or certified motion control professional with courses and testing available on-site.

“Over 20,000 people from around the world will come together at Automate to demonstrate what’s possible in automation today and in the future,” says Burnstein. “If you’ve ever wondered if these technologies are the right choice for your business, register free and let us show you how robotics, vision, AI and more can unlock higher product quality, lower costs, and unlimited possibilities. The opportunities are endless. We look forward to helping you get what you or your business needs from Automate next May.”

For more information, visit automateshow.com.

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