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Registration Now Open for Integrate23 and Zuken Innovation World (ZIW)

Hall of Fame Speaker, Dan Thurmon, to Deliver Keynote Address

BLACKSBURG, VA and Westford, MA, USA, April 4, 2023 – Zuken Vitech and Zuken USA are proud to announce that registration is now open for their upcoming co-located events Integrate23 and Zuken Innovation World (ZIW). The conference will take place from June 5-8, 2023, in Scottsdale, Arizona, and will feature keynote speaker Dan Thurmon. The agenda includes more than 90 classes covering model-based systems engineering, electrical and electronic design, and the latest innovations in digital engineering. Additionally, the combined events offer new experiences, such as a systems architecture and modeling competition and an E3.series software professional certification 

Dan Thurmon is a renowned motivational speaker and coach who has helped organizations move confidently through change and transformation. He has delivered thousands of presentations across six continents for audiences – including world leaders, Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, educators, and even troops on the frontlines of battle in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is known for his ability to inspire and motivate audiences with his engaging and humorous style. Thurmon will deliver the keynote address on June 6, ensuring an engaging and energetic start to the event.  

“We are thrilled to be hosting this event and are looking forward to a great turnout,” said Bob Potock, Vice President of Marketing for Zuken USA. “With such an impressive lineup of speakers and events, we are confident this conference will be a valuable experience for everyone who attends.” 

The conference will also feature a systems architecture and modeling competition open to students and professionals alike. This competition provides a unique opportunity for individuals and teams of up to three to exhibit their skills and creativity in designing and constructing a systems solution for a real-world problem. 

Registration and exhibit sales are now open. $399 Early Bird pricing is available for a limited time. Attendees must register before April 21 to take advantage of this special offer. 

For more information about the conference and to register, visit

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