"The CTT provides an action-oriented Pack Expo experience for attendees," said Mike Wagner, global packaging business manager, Rockwell Automation. "Our goal is for attendees to leave with solutions that will start solving their manufacturing challenges right away, and help them anticipate future needs."
Ten daily sessions will be held, according to CTT sponsor Rockwell Automation and its PartnerNetwork, and Pack Expo owner and producer PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies.
Topics for the 30-minute seminars include: Anticipate and Take Advantage of the Internet of Things; Build a Secure Network Infrastructure and Enable Secure Remote Support; Collaborate with OEMs on Machinery Safety and Productivity; Anticipate the Impact of the Food Safety Modernisation Act on Manufacturing and Supply-Chain Operations; Use Serialisation Solutions to Reduce Risk; Use Line-Integration Techniques to Get Actionable Data Out of Machinery; Improve Network Security for Control Systems; Gather and Share Machinery Data throughout an Organisation and Supply Chain via the Cloud.
Registration for Pack Expo International 2014 (2-5 November) is available online at Packexpointernational.com. Admission to Pack Expo — which also grants you entrance to the co-located Pharma Expo — is $30 through to 3rd October 2014, when it increases to $60.