End User Seminar Held during FieldComm Group Annual General Assembly in Rotterdam Netherlands 17 October 2016
AUSTIN, Texas, August 23, 2016 – FieldComm Group announces the 2016 FieldComm Group General Assembly End User Seminar to be held in Rotterdam, Netherlands on October 17, 2016 at the STC Group. This year’s theme is “Device Integration and The Industrial Internet of Things”. The End User Seminar will feature a compelling mix of technical and management presentations focused on device integration and the IIoT. This educational and networking event includes presentations from NAMUR on Next Generation Field Devices in the age of IIoT and Industrie 4.0, a case study from MOL Danube Refinery and Keynote from Keith Larson, VP Content and Group Publisher, Putman Media. Technology presentations on FOUNDATION Fieldbus, FDI, HART and WirelessHART will focus on recent enhancements and their role in the digital transformation occurring throughout the industry. The event concludes with a panel discussion with the experts followed by a networking reception and product showcase. The one-day event brings together the best minds in process automation and includes tabletop exhibitions from major automation suppliers from across the globe. This no-charge event is open to all users. Registration is required and seats are limited. For more information regarding location, transportation, seminar agenda and registration, visit go.fieldcommgroup.org/FCG-GA2016.
“This special seminar brings together the best and most knowledgeable field communication individuals from across the globe,” says Ted Masters, President and CEO of FieldComm Group. “We are excited to offer such an information-rich agenda which promises to be educational and practical so that users can return to their companies with a better understanding of how they can participate in the digital transformation. We encourage users to attend and network with technology and application experts as well as other users to discover exciting solutions to their process automation initiatives.”