TMCNet:  Remote Conference Program Covers the Future of SCADA, Remote Networks, Security and Onsite Power for Critical Infrastructure

[October 24, 2013]

Remote Conference Program Covers the Future of SCADA, Remote Networks, Security and Onsite Power for Critical Infrastructure

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. --(Business Wire)--

Webcom Communications (News - Alert) Corp. is proud to announce that its annual Remote Monitoring and Control Conference will be hitting Las Vegas in 2013. Being held Dec. 12-13, 2013 at the Green Valley Ranch Resort & Spas, this event covers the latest advancements for monitoring and managing distributed equipment and facilities via recent developments in SCADA, remote networks (wireless & wired), security (cyber & physical), automation, onsite power, M2M and all other manner of technology that allows for the management of remote assets.

New additions for 2013 include the SCADA Technology Summit and five in-depth conference workshops. The SCADA Technology Summit is a day long program exclusively covering SCADA technology. The conference workshops cover topics including: SCADA/Remote Monitoring and Control 101, DNP3 Primer/DNP3 Under the Hoo, How Secure is your SCADA System? - Cyber-Security Strategies for SCADA, and Telecommunications for the Smart Grid.


The event also hosts a highly targeted exhibit hall filled with companies showcasing the latest technologies in these rapidly evolving markets.

The international conference serves multiple markets and industries including utilities/T&D, infrastructure, power, oil & gas, telecom, industrial, water & wastewater, remote networks and facilities management. End-users in these industries often have equipment, facilities and staff distributed over large areas and require automated processes and systems to control these assets.

"With continued advancements in SCADA, networking and security technology, it's paramount that managers of infrastructure projects and remote assets stay up to date on the latest technology for their remote assets," said Nick Depperschmidt, conference chairman, Remote Monitoring and Control 2013. "Upgrading, maintaining and specifying these systems is a daunting task. That's why we've assembled a program filled of the brightest minds in the industry. If you work in automation, SCADA, M2M, industrial networking, cyber and physical security, onsite power and data acquisition, this is your last must attend event in 2013."

Remote Monitoring and Control 2013 will be co-located with Antenna Systems 2013. This event will cover the latest advancements in the applications, technology and economic development in the antennas market. The co-location provides attendees the opportunity to network with possible clients and partners in fields with synergistic needs.


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