The International Society of Automation (ISA) is proud to announce the features of its Wireless and Networking Track at the ISA Automation Week 2010, which starts from October 4 to 7 at Westin Galleria, Houston, Texas.
The Wireless and Networking Track will cover fieldbus implementation, fiber optic solutions, wireless and the infrastructure, and radio and other types of data communication. Experts from Fieldbus Foundation, Exxon/Mobil, Bechtel and Hart Communication Foundation are among the presenters of the Wireless and Networking Track.
Session titles of the Wireless and Networking Track include Convergence of Standards and Organizations, Project Management for Wireless and Networking, Wireless Technologies for Process Control, Moving the Data – Backhaul, Common Installation Challenges, Asset Management – How to Handle and Use the Data, and Future Direction of Wireless and Networking in Process Control.
“ISA’s annual conference continues to offer the best venue for wireless professionals to meet. Industry’s brightest professionals across all functions will meet in Houston, Texas, to share their expertise and experiences. An abundance of knowledge is available here that can be applied to the attendee’s career right away,” said Gerald Cockrell, ISA Automation Week Program Committee Co-chair and 2009 ISA President of Indiana State University.
The 2010 ISA Automation Week, which will be held for two and a half days of sessions, is a technical conference that includes two keynote addresses, social events and networking. It will be held in a 10,000-sq-ft exhibit area featuring more than 100 exhibitors.