First Rittal Innovation Days to take place August 24-25

Aug. 10, 2021

The first-ever Rittal Innovation Days (RID) will take place August 24 and 25, 2021, offering attendees the opportunity to tap into industry expertise and discover how forward-thinking products and solutions drive the evolution of the industrial automation and IT space, the company says.

The two-day virtual event will feature a variety of panel discussions; presentations; interactive Q&As; and chat rooms with industry experts from Rittal, EPLAN and Rittal Channel Partners. This year’s programming will highlight some of the most pressing topics in today’s manufacturing landscape, and attendees will:

  • Receive the latest information on Industry 4.0, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and automation trends, including new product innovations.
  • Discover reliable productivity solutions from Rittal, EPLAN and Rittal Channel Partners, including enclosures, power distribution, climate control, IT infrastructure, automation systems and software.
  • Connect with industry peers via virtual networking opportunities.

The event will also feature several keynote speakers, including Mike Freund, Chief Executive Officer at Rittal North America; John Finnegan, Vice President of Industrial Sales at Rittal North America; and Jack Sosnowski, Vice President of Commercial and Business Operations at Rittal North America.

This year Rittal North America marked 40 years of U.S-based manufacturing. Rittal’s network of U.S. production facilities and modification centers provide customers with custom solutions and quick delivery from coast to coast, and Rittal’s global footprint helps support customers no matter where they do business. 

RID will address the challenges today’s manufacturing companies face in the industrial automation and IT marketplace, and offer solutions through modular design, forward thinking engineering and seamless integration. Rittal and EPLAN make it easier than ever for manufacturers to unify each step of the industrial automation process, from production to planning.