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Rockwell Automation Fair 2010

All of us from the Fluke Industrial team are running on a bit of adrenaline as the 2010 Rockwell Automation Fair, in Orlando, FL comes to a close. Everything about this year’s event was intensely positive and at times a little overwhelmingly so—but the buzz around the Fluke booth was unmistakable so we are really excited.

Interest surrounds the Fluke booth

Attendance was up from last year’s fair in Anaheim, CA–this year there were an estimated 10,000+ people that poured into the Orange County Convention Center. One of our team members, Reed Buell was manning the Fluke territory, delivering hour-long sessions on maintenance for motors and motor control systems using thermography. When we caught up with Reed he was a little short of breath but very excited about the amount of participation in his sessions. He told us that after each session the number of people that would come up to him wanting to learn more about thermography best practices and certain products like the Fluke 381, 376 and Ti32 was staggering, but very encouraging. Reed told us that one thing we need to keep in mind, as a vendor and a source of industry education, is that “our consumers don’t always know which tools are the best for the job. They recognize the value of these techniques and want to know where they can turn to learn more.”

To Reed, “The best thing we can hope for at these events is to get a customer into our booth to teach them more about our tools and to learn more about the problems they face in their work, so we can offer them the best possible solution.”

The view from our booth, as attendees get the opportunity to test out the imagers

Getting to know our imagers

The Fluke hands-on experience

We’re already looking forward to the 2011 Rockwell Automation Fair, which will be held in the “Windy City” (Chicago, IL). For more information about the fair, please visit http://www.rockwellautomation.com/events/automationfair/ and stay tuned for more from Fluke Thermal Imaging.

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