Emerson Exchange 2015 is in Denver this Year – And WE Can’t Wait!

by | Jun 9, 2015 | Flow, Measurement Instrumentation

Maggie Schmidt

Flow Marketing Communications Manager / Blogger

The Annual Emerson Exchange Conference will be held in Colorado this year – home to Micro Motion – October 12-16.

Make sure you register [here] to and secure your spot by August 15 and save $200 on your registration.

We are excited about all of the knowledge and expertise that will be shared at the event as well as the networking opportunities.

Micro Motion currently has 18 abstracts approved that include both workshops and short courses covering a wide range of industries, technologies and topics.

A few highlights include:

  • Micro Motion Capabilities Tour in Boulder, Colorado
    • Join us for a tour of the Micro Motion Manufacturing and Testing facilities to see how Micro Motion manufactures products and runs day-to-day operations.
  • Smart Meter Verification Workshop
  • Best Practices for Coriolis Installation Training

See the complete list of sessions at http://www.emersonexchange.org/americas/ and follow @MicroMotion on Twitter for the latest event updates.

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