Agricultural Machinery Conference

2017 AMC
Engineering Conference

"Engineering for the Future"

April 25–27, 2017
Tuesday - Thursday
Waterloo, Iowa

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About the 2017 Conference

The 31 st annual AMC Engineering Conference will take place April 25-27, 2017 at the Ramada Hotel and Five Sullivan Brothers Convention Center in downtown Waterloo, IA. Waterloo is in the very heart of U.S. agriculture and the agricultural machinery industry. More than 220 agricultural manufacturers call Iowa or its surrounding states home.

The conference begins on Tuesday with Continuing Education sessions. The sessions will be held both in the morning and in the afternoon in the convention center. In the afternoon,  you can attend an exciting tour. After the tour, a keynote speaker and refreshments will help welcome you to the AMC. Be sure to register early so you don’t miss the event.

Technical sessions are held on Wednesday and Thursday and include subjects such as Machine Control and Safety, Wireless Technology, Simulation/Modeling/Analysis, New Products, Environment/Emissions, Internet of Things.

This event will feature:

• Personal access to exhibiting company executives in booths
• One-on-one dialogue with technical experts/engineers in booths
• Technical session seminars to learn about the most up to date information in the agricultural & off highway fields
• Educational sessions on current topics in agriculture and engineering
• A display of equipment ranging from antique farm equipment to the latest farm & construction equipment & Tier 4 engine displays.
• A professional-grade trade show environment
• A modest registration fee to ensure quality interaction among industry professionals
• Breakfast, lunch and snacks are included.
• Free wi-fi access

The Annual AMC Engineering Conference is a conference and tradeshow that is completely conceived and organized for agricultural and off-highway equipment design engineers by their peers.

Since 1986, AMC (formally known as Agricultural Machinery Conference) has served as a forum for engineers, managers and other professionals in the field of agricultural equipment design to gather with the purpose of exchanging ideas, see the latest component technology, and learn new design practices, techniques and methods of importance to the industry.

Each year a volunteer committee solicits experts to lead information sessions on the most important areas of equipment design and development. Over a three-day period, attendees will have the opportunity to listen in on any of nearly 50 presentations in fields as varied as engines, ergonomics and economics.

Proceeds from the conference are used to help support & fund the operations of the: ASABE Iowa Section, ASABE Quad City Section, and the SAE Mississippi Valley Section.