September 1 2010
1st, 2nd & 3rd December 2009 – UK
EARLY BIRD OFFER: Register before Monday 9th November 2009 and register a
2ND DELEGATE FOR FREE, SAVING UP TO £950! See brochure for details.
The objective of the conference is to provide you with the latest know-how and practice in the use of wireless, mesh networks and Ethernet in industrial and plant floor environments. Industrial users face a wide range of options when designing and implementing plant-level wireless and Ethernet networks. Arguably, the most important objectives of wireless communications networks must be to achieve similar capacities, bandwidths, responsiveness, integrity, reliability and responsiveness to that of structured “wired” based communications with an emphasis on the unique needs and challenges faced by industrial networks.
International Key Notes Wayne Manges and Peter Fuhr have each been involved in the industrial wireless world for 20 years. They have a vast network of associates and real-world experience with applications spanning a broad range. They will bring this knowledge set to the attendees in a lively presentation and discussion. Wayne and Peter are ISA course instructors and developers for technical areas including SCADA System Security, Industrial Wireless, Wireless Sensor Networks, Fiber Optic and Advanced Nanotech Sensors, RFID+RTLS Systems and Control Systems Security. Combined, they have over 1000 technical papers and presentations within the topic area.
They are joined by speakers from Amplicon, Arnlea Systems Limited, BB Europe, Booth Welsh Automation, Consulting Associates for Wireless, Security and Sensors, Cypress Envirosystems, Extronics, Industrial Wireless Technologies at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Mac Solutions UK ltd, MTL Instruments, ProSoft Technology, Ruggedcom Inc Canada/UK, Schneider Electric and Westermo Data Communications.
You will have the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and insights from these guest presenters case studies, giving you an opportunity to gain advanced and practical engineering solutions from real world situations. CLICK HERE for the brochure.