2002 R&E Council-IDEAlliance Digital Smart Factory Rescheduled
Press release from the issuing company
White Stone, VA, October 2001—The 2002 R&E Council-IDEAlliance Digital Smart Factory Conference has been rescheduled to March 6-8, 2002, in Orlando, Florida. The meeting, which attracts top technologists and strategic planners from leading printing, premedia and publishing companies around the world, is cosponsored by the R&E Council and IDEAlliance (formerly the Graphic Communications Association), and is supported by TAGA. The conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport, and will feature white papers dealing with technology implementation, as well as case studies of printing companies which are moving toward the Digital Smart Factory. Those interested in submitting white papers should contact the R&E Council at 804-436-9922 or IDEAlliance at 703-837-1070.
The 2002 Digital Smart Factory Conference is the premier forum for exploring the efficiencies possible in automating the print manufacturing process. The first day of the meeting will feature tutorials, particularly appropriate for those just beginning to explore the concept of the Digital Smart Factory. Day two will feature white papers, at which industry experts will discuss the automated production environment in the printing industry. On the final day, case studies will be presented by printers and others who are actually implementing the Digital Smart Factory Concept. According to Ronald L. Mihills, R&E Council Managing Director, "The conference will include ample time for those interested in the Digital Smart Factory concept to network with those already implementing the concept in actual practice."
Registration information for the 2001 Digital Smart Factory Conference is available at www.recouncil.org, or by calling the R&E Council at 804-436-9922 or IDEAlliance at 703-837-1070.
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