ROKLive EMEA 2022 has created a program where we brought together the latest in intelligent manufacturing to develop the future in the field of The Connected Enterprise
Rockwell Automation, the world’s largest company dedicated to industrial automation and digital transformation, today releases the full program for the important European event ROKLive EMEA 2022, which runs 24-27 October in Gothenburg.
The program comprises three and a half days of knowledge-packed gatherings and experiences, covering all aspects of industrial transformation and development of The Connected Enterprise. In this year’s program, our keynote speakers focus on some of the market’s most relevant and urgent subject areas, including industrial innovation, technological investments, collaborations and sustainability.
Leading keynote speakers from Rockwell Automation’s global and EMEA leadership teams include:
- Rockwell Automation’s positioning in the EMEA market – Susana Gonzalez, Regional President, EMEA
- Production systems for The Connected Enterprise – investments in technology – Åsa Arvidsson, Regional Vice President, North Region
- The importance of the partner networkTM Ecosystem – Johannes zu Eltz, Vice President, Global Market Access
- sustainability – Andrea Ruotolo, Global Head of Customer Sustainability
- How to build a smarter, more efficient, more adaptable and sustainable future in manufacturing: hear from our customers – panel discussion led by Ashkan Ashouriha, Product Business Manager IIoT & Digital Engineering, EMEA
During the event, visitors have the opportunity to take part in valuable technical know-how and learn from practical examples from both managers and professional practitioners who are at the forefront of the industrial digital transformation. Among other things, we cover how leadership can inspire, and here there are hands-on lab stations, new technology demonstrations and information sessions on how to get the most out of Rockwell Automation and our PartnerNetwork™ ecosystem.
Sachin Mathur, Rockwell Automation’s Director of Software and Control in EMEA, says: “There are now a couple of weeks left until ROKLive EMEA and we are very much looking forward to everything we will be able to offer our visitors this year. The program is a careful selection to be able to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date picture of what managers need to know about the industrial transformation in order to steer their organizations in the right direction.”
“The keynote lectures provide visitors with insights, visions and strategic thoughts on the most important topics that will shape the discussions in the industry’s boardrooms in the coming months and years. This is mixed with concrete briefings for those of you who work practically with the digital transition. We look forward to welcoming all participants in Gothenburg and giving them the chance to meet and network with others who are active in the same industry. Here they can make contacts, ask for advice and gain new knowledge, which will hopefully mean that they leave us even more inspired, knowledgeable and ready to change their companies.”
Visitors can not only listen to the keynote lectures but also participate in and learn more through over 125 interactive seminars, with a focus on the latest in industrial transformation solutions and best practices. Here is the opportunity to explore The Connected Enterprise Expo and experience IT and OT innovations from Rockwell Automation and their partners. There will be many opportunities for personal meetings and networking with hundreds of other tech-interested business and professional colleagues.
This year’s program also includes a novelty – Digital Transformation Super Sessions. The target group is the highest management level and is led by industry specialists. During these meetings, participants get direct insight into how managers can support their organization and accelerate development in areas such as edge-to-cloud, digital design, predictive maintenance and sustainability.
ROKLive EMEA 2022 takes place in Gothia Towers in Gothenburg 24–27 October. Participants can register now to secure their place. The event will also be able to be followed on LinkedIn under the hashtag #ROKevents.