Agricultural Machinery Conference in Waterloo, Iowa
The 2014 Agricultural Machinery Conference in Waterloo, Iowa, is a chance for agricultural engineers to come together to celebrate and educate on agricultural engineering in the Midwest. Find information and inspiration on everything related to agricultural machinery, expanding your knowledge and improving your own skills and business.
2013 AMC Opening Ceremonies, Monday May 6th
2013 Keynote Luncheon Speakers
The 2013 AMC Opening Ceremonies will consist of another exciting local tour of the John Deere Engine Works, dinner and refreshments, and guest speaker Greg Peterson, Machinery Pete at Antique Acres. Transportation is not provided. Pre-registration for this event was required.
2:30: John Deere Engine Works tour 5:00 - 7:00 PM: Self-Guided Tours of Antique Acres, 7610 Waverly Rd., Cedar Falls, IA 50613 6:00 PM: Dinner and local beer from Broad Street Brewing Co. / refreshments (provided) 7:00 - 8:00 PM: Welcome and Keynote from Guest Speaker Greg Peterson, Machinery Pete - "Tractor Trends: What is the used equipment market teaching us about new equipment customer needs?"
Join us Tuesday evening from 4:30 - 6 PM on the exhibitor floor for free refreshments sponsored by:
Tuesday, May 7th Business Case for the Environment Brian Mormino Executive Director - Environmental Strategy and Compliance Cummins Inc.
Wednesday, May 8th Agriculture 3.0: Technology Platform Convergence in Ag Dr. Jim Budzynski Managing Principal MacroGain Partners
Peer to Peer The annual Agricultural Machinery Conference was conceived by agricultural equipment engineers for their peers in the industry. This conference and tradeshow is a great opportunity for professionals in the field of farming machinery, allowing you to make connections and learn new things.
A Grand Forum Since 1986, the AMC has served as a forum for engineers, managers, and other professionals in the field of agricultural equipment.
The conference gives you and other engineers the chance to gather in order to exchange ideas, see the latest technologies, and learn new design practices, techniques, and methods for the industry.
Information Sessions Each year, our committee of volunteers solicits experts in the field of farming equipment to lead information sessions in the most important areas of equipment design and development. Over a 3-day period, attendees will have the opportunity to listen in on nearly 50 professional presentations, receiving invaluable advice on topics and fields as varied as engines, ergonomics, and economics.