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Automators Defy the Laws of Nature

One month 'til show; discount tickets end Monday (5/9)


Automate returns in person this year from June 6-9 in Detroit. Now in its 46th year, the trade show and conference is known as one of the top-tier hubs for automation, motion control, robotics, and more.



After bouncing back and forth from Detroit to Chicago over the years, Automate pulls into the Motor City this year. The event will be held at Huntington Place (formerly TCF Center), Detroit’s major convention facility, which recently finished a five-year, multi-million-dollar renovation.


If that isn’t enough, here are 9 more reasons to attend North America’s largest showcase devoted to automation industry trends, leading-edge technology and business innovation, according to Kelly Wanlass, who is helping promote the show:

  1. Experience the newest, coolest and most innovative automation technologies from more than 500 exhibitors.

  2. Hear real stories of how manufacturers solve their biggest challenges using robotics and other forms of automation.

  3. Catch the best quotes from R&D, application engineers, integrators and their customers all in one location.

  4. Meet three of the six automation evangelists who’ve won 2022 Engelberger Awards, the most prestigious award in robotics (The other three will be at Automatica in Germany June 20!)

  5. Learn about the next big things in automation by meeting the winners of the $10,000 Cowen Startup Challenge.

  6. Attend conference classes to hear experts share what’s to come in automation and the impact it will have on the manufacturing industry in the U.S. and even across the world.

  7. Network with other exhibitors and attendees.

  8. During your time off, visit the Motown Museum, the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation or the Automotive Hall of Fame (It is “Motor City,” after all!); attend a jazz performance at the Aretha Franklin Amphitheater or even attend the Broadway tour of Mean Girls. Sorry baseball fans, but the Tigers are away this week!)

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