30th Crane Symposium
10–12 June 2024 • Sheraton Station Square • Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Call for Presentations
Are you a thought leader within the steel manufacturing industry, specifically in the realm of electric overhead cranes and Industry 4.0 integration? AIST invites you to participate in the 30th AIST Crane Symposium, slated for 11–12 June 2024, in the heart of steel country, Pittsburgh, Pa., USA. This landmark event provides a platform for experts like you to share your insights and wisdom, contributing to the evolution of crane technology within steel manufacturing.
Theme: “Revive, Recharge and Rise: Elevate Your Heavy-Duty Cranes Into Industry 4.0”
We are actively seeking compelling and informative presentations that relate to this theme. If your expertise spans any of the following areas, we encourage you to submit your presentation proposal:
Crane Modernization Strategies in Steel Manufacturing
Industry 4.0 Integration for Steel Production
Electrification and Sustainable Practices in the Steel Industry
Safety and Compliance Measures in Steel Crane Operations
Automation and Remote Monitoring for Enhanced Steel Manufacturing
Why Present at the 30th AIST Cranes Symposium?
Showcase your deep industry knowledge to a diverse and influential audience of steel manufacturing professionals.
Contribute to the progression of crane technology, particularly within the steel manufacturing sector.
Forge connections with fellow experts, prospective collaborators and producers in the steel industry.
- Elevate your professional standing as a visionary within the field of steel manufacturing.
For inquiries or assistance, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To encourage candid discussion and to accommodate the most recent findings, written manuscripts are not required. Authors will need to submit a PowerPoint presentation that will be made available to attendees.
Abstract Submission Deadline: 21 November 2023
Abstract Acceptance Notification: 13 January 2024
Presentation Submission Deadline: 5 May 2024
The Cranes Technology Committee