UK Marketing Committee Delighted With Latest End User Seminar
The Fieldbus Foundation UK Marketing Committee (FF UK MC) is delighted with the success of its latest UK end user seminar. The event took place on Tuesday May 22nd 2007 in the North-West of England at the City of Manchester football stadium.
The latest in a series of UK end user seminars, the event was free to attend and attracted an audience of 25 end users and engineering contractors from across the North West region. The seminar offered material for both new and experienced Foundation technology users through a comprehensive program of presentations addressing topics including fieldbus economics and project control with particular reference to the growing demand for fieldbus solutions and benefits derived during the Capex and Opex lifecycle; the implementation of asset management; and the latest technical developments such as physical layer diagnostics, fault tolerant segment design, high speed Ethernet (HSE), and device interoperability using enhanced electronic device description language (EDDL).
With a distinct focus on the end user, attendees were able to participate in question and answer discussion sessions during which implementers of Foundation technology could share and discuss their installation experiences. Of particular value was the feedback from end users participating in the discussions that testified the Opex benefits achievable from using Foundation technology.
A complete package of the presentations and supporting technical documentation from the day will be sent to all attendees.
As well as enjoying the seminar program and lunchtime hospitality, attendees were delighted to be able to tour the Manchester City stadium and facilities offered at this famous sports venue.
The FF UK MC is pleased to announce the following additional seminars:
For more information about the FF UK MC and other events contact:
| Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork, Ireland
|| October 2nd 2007
| Grangemouth, Scotland
|| November 27th 2007
| Reading, England
|| January 29th 2008
| Cardiff, Wales
|| March 4th 2008
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