Brighton, UK — Calling all system integrators and OEMs working in the road, rail or marine sectors: the Transport Technology Seminar will take place at the Russ Hill Hotel, Gatwick, UK, on 17 March 2010.
The event is guaranteed to provide innovative new ideas and excellent core knowledge on the application of technologies such as Wi-Fi, 3G and redundant Ethernet communications for transport systems. The one-day event is completely free of charge and includes a full cooked lunch, providing an excellent opportunity to network with delegates and presenters.
The seminar is hosted by industrial networking and computing specialists, Amplicon, in conjunction with Moxa — one of the world’s leading industrial automation product manufacturers. Arkessa, formerly known as Vianet, are also supporting the event with presentations and a live demonstration of the application of GPRS and 3G technologies for transport systems.
Presentations on unique new technologies such as ‘Turbo Chain’ and ‘Turbo Roaming’ from Moxa will provide system builders with excellent new options for creating reliable and cost-effective wired and wireless networks.
David Evans, product development manager at Amplicon, commented: “Collectively, we supply automation hardware for IP CCTV, signalling, ticketing, passenger information, substation automation, ANPR and rolling stock applications, to name but a few. Our diverse customer base and interaction with truly innovative suppliers such as Moxa and Arkessa gives us a unique view of the transport market and the set of core technologies on which all applications are converging. This seminar is an excellent opportunity to claim your free share of this accrued market and technical knowledge.”
Although the event is focused on the transport sector, this technology-driven seminar is a must for any company involved in the building of automated systems. As industry continues to converge on IP-based technologies, the opportunity to learn about Wi-Fi, 3G and redundant LAN networks, as well as a session on ‘in-vehicle computing’, means that attending this seminar is a must for all technology companies.
For the full agenda and registration please visit the Amplicon website.