The Remote Monitoring and Control 2012 conference has announced its
annual event will be held September 17th - 19th
2012 in Denver, Colo. This technical conference features a day of
pre-conference workshops and two days of educational sessions covering
the future of SCADA, remote telemetry networks, M2M, cyber and physical
security and onsite power for remotely managed and unattended sites.
The international conference serves multiple markets and industries
including utilities/T&D, infrastructure, power, oil & gas, telecom,
industrial, water & wastewater, remote networks and facilities
management. End-users in these industries often have equipment,
facilitiesand staff distributed over large areas and require automated
processes and systems to control these assets.
"With continued advancements in monitoring, control and networking
technology, managers of infrastructure projects and remote assets have a
lot of options to help remotely monitor and control their facilities,"
said Nick Depperschmidt, conference chairman, Remote Monitoring and
Control 2012. "Sometimes maintaining these systems, or developing new
ones, can be a daunting task. Not to mention the ever evolving cyber and
physical security needs of these installations. That is why we are
bringing together industry leaders to discuss these very topics."
The program also includes three in-depth conference workshops covering
topics vital to professionals in the industry. These include
International Standards for Smart Grids and SCADA Application Domains,
Cyber Security for Automation, Control and SCADA Systems (CEU credits)
and the Monitoring and Control/SCADA 101 bootcamp (CEU credits).
Remote Monitoring and Control 2012 will also be co-located with three
industry-leading conferences: Battery Power 2012, Mobile Antenna Systems
2012 and Advancements in Thermal Management 2012. The co-located events
will provide opportunities to network with potential new clients and
share a combined exhibit hall floor, which is open to all attendees.
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