Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Registration opens for #ISAwk

ISA Opens Registration for ISA Automation Week 2010

The International Society of Automation (ISA) has just announced that registration for its annual event, ISA Automation Week 2010, is now open.

ISA Automation Week is a technical conference that covers 2 ½ days of sessions, including two keynote addresses, networking and social events, and a 10,000 square foot exhibit area featuring over 100 exhibitors. It will be held 4-7 October 2010 in Houston, Texas, at the Westin Galleria Hotel.

Registration includes:
    Access to all technical sessions, tutorials, keynote addresses, and panel discussions
    Access to exhibit hall during scheduled refreshment breaks
    Three continental breakfasts

    Two lunches

    Two networking receptions

    Morley Unplugged—dinner event: Enjoy an evening with one of automation’s biggest legends, Dick Morley, as he shares his remarkable experiences spanning several decades

    Networking coffee breaks between sessions

    Proceedings on a flash drive, with a note-taking feature
    Pre-event access to online conference community
“The interest level for ISA Automation Week through our advance registration notice exceeded our expectations. We’re excited to open up registration with a solid program in place built around seven technical tracks and features such as a new, personalized session selection tool—PathFinder, the ARC Advisory Group Executive Forum, and outstanding keynote speakers,” said Gerald Cockrell, ISA Automation Week technical program committee co-chair.

“We have a sold-out exhibit floor in place. In addition to our exhibiting companies, GE Energy will be featured at the event as a 2010 ISA Corporate Partner; and OSIsoft, Schneider Electric, and Wind River will be showcased as ISA Automation Week Partners,”
he continued.

An early-bird rate offers a $50 discount for registering on or before 23 August. ISA Members will also receive a $100 discount off the list price. For registration rates, program information, or general event information, visit the website.

“It’s all there. Any automation professional looking for career development, should take advantage of ISA Automation Week. It’s a cost-effective conference that will deliver both the technical theory and applications-based, hands-on knowledge that today’s automation professionals demand,” concluded Cockrell.

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