Booth #134424 - Rittal has the opportunity to demonstrate our full product line with the business unit extension Rittal Automation Systems together with sister companies EPLAN and CIDEON.
Contributed by | Rittal US
Tell us about your company.
Rittal North America LLC is the U.S. subsidiary of Rittal GmbH & Co. KG, the world’s largest manufacturer of industrial enclosures and accessories, including climate control and power management systems for industrial, data center, outdoor and hybrid applications. Rittal’s off-the-shelf standard, modified standard and custom-engineered products are recognized throughout the world as innovative, high quality solutions on or off the plant floor. No matter the industry or complexity of your configuration, Rittal North America LLC can provide a complete industrial enclosure system that seamlessly integrates into your equipment and applications.
Rittal products are tested and certified to the appropriate standards that apply, including UL, CSA, IEC, ATEX and other standards.
Your company will be exhibiting at IMTS, what is it that makes this an important event for your company?
IMTS is an important show for Rittal as this is the nation’s largest platform for us to gain exposure into the Industrial world. With thousands of decision makers, engineers, and plant operators attending the show from around the world, Rittal has the opportunity to demonstrate our full product line with the business unit extension Rittal Automation Systems together with sister companies EPLAN and CIDEON. By presenting our full value chain of Rittal’s innovative products, EPLAN’s engineering optimization software, and Rittal Automation System’s automation solutions, we can help our customers achieve the next level in added value.
Highlight a 2 or 3 products you will be showcasing at the event?
IMTS has many educational sessions & Demo’s, is your company involved in any of them this year?
We will have a speaking session during the 2018 Integrated Industries Conference on September 11th at 11:00 – 11:55am in room W196-C. Title of the presentation is “Looking at the industrial internet of things (IIoT) with the addition of artificial intelligence (AI), Industry 5.0”
When you get a chance to walk the exhibit hall floor yourself, what is it you will be most interested to see? Any educational sessions you plan on attending?
When I get a chance to walk the floor, I'm excited to see all of the new industry innovations. I think that SME's Smart Manufacturing Hub and the AMT Emerging Technology Center will provide ground-breaking innovations. I plan on attending our speaking session.
When you book a booth for a tradeshow like this what are your expectations and what does your company hope to accomplish at the event?
Rittal is a global leader in industrial enclosures and accessories, including climate control and power management systems for industrial, data center, outdoor and hybrid applications as I mentioned. In North America, we are continuing to develop our brand and an event like IMTS allows us to highlight our cohesive value chain message, and showcase our innovative world class technology to some people who may not be aware of Rittal. We know a successful presence at IMTS will assist us with achieving our expectation of raising our brand awareness, penetration of our products into the market, and continuing to develop and support our vital distributor partner network.
A tradeshow of this magnitude is extremely busy and stressful for the staff of exhibiting companies. Any fun things or places your team can suggest in Chicago to help unwind?
Please see the list below for suggestions:
For a Polyesian themed bar – Three Dots and a Dash
Hub 51 has the best pork nachos
Palmer House Hotel for where the brownie was created
Punch Bowl Social for arcade games, karaoke, food and more
Whirly Ball for a different kind of game with go-karts! Pretty good food as well
Eataly (grocery store and 7 restaurants)
Cindy's on Michigan Ave. for an amazing view of the Lake and Millenium Park
The Chicago riverwalk. There's plenty of restaurants and the area is really pretty to walk around
See a Chicago sports game (any sport is fine as they are all fun!)
Any of the museums, I personally like the Museum of Science and Industry
The Gage is a restaurant that serves "game" meat
Berghoff's is one of the oldest restaurants in Chicago and is pretty traditional German restaurant
Blue Chicago for a nice jazz club
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