Organizers Offers Preview of Co-Located Events Coming to Denver
Aug 27, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Four industry-leading events will co-locate and share a combined venue in Denver this fall addressing the needs of design engineers, system engineers, OEMs, managers of mission-critical technical operations and electronics equipment, system integrators, and the technology investment community.
In a release, organizers noted event details:
The conference programs will feature in-depth workshops and more than 70 technical and market trend sessions covering today's hottest technologies and fastest growing markets.
Key markets and industries covered include telecom, utilities, electronics, oil & gas, power, pipelines, aerospace, automotive, device & mobility technology, M2M, remote and smart-grid networks, cybersecurity, infrastructure management, transportation, defense and homeland security.
Key subjects covered include the latest technology advancements and best practices in industrial-strength M2M, new device & mobility technologies, wireless system design, batteries, portable & standby power, network & site security, infrastructure and remote asset management, thermal mitigation & electronics cooling, management of mission-critical networks and equipment assets.
The co-located events are:
Remote Monitoring & Control is a technology-driven and solution oriented event that brings together the innovators and users who manage mission-critical infrastructure assets and automated equipment networks including utilities, power, oil & gas, telecom, transportation systems, defense, public safety and remotely located networks, sites & facilities.
Advancements in Thermal Management 2012 will feature presentations on advancements for electronics packaging and cooling, temperature sensing and control, thermal materials, systems design and management for optimizing thermal properties.
Battery Power 2012 is an international conference highlighting the latest developments and technologies in the battery industry Topics will include new battery designs, emerging technologies, battery materials, power management, charging and testing systems, battery health, as well as the latest market trends affecting the industry.
Mobile Antenna Systems 2012 will cover the latest advancements in the applications, technology and economic development, with sessions focusing on antenna designs, integration and manufacturing, 4G developments, future technology, and supporting technology and integration.
Registration options allow for flexible cross-over opportunities so that attendees can select sessions that suit their particular needs. The combined exhibit hall staffed by technical experts offers a rare opportunity to explore a rich assortment of new products and leading vendors providing solutions for today's most compelling technology challenges.
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