International Society of Automation News Release
Registration for ISA Automation Week 2013—the foremost educational conference for automation and control professionals around the globe—opens 2 April 2013.
Save $150 by registering early. Discover the many benefits of attending this premier event.
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA (26 March 2013) – The International Society of Automation (ISA) announces today that attendee registration for ISA Automation Week 2013—the premier annual event for automation and control professionals worldwide—opens Tuesday, 2 April, 2013.
Leading automation and control experts, authors, innovators and thought leaders across the globe will come together at the event to demonstrate how to fully leverage the power and potential of automation solutions. Attendees will learn that decisions in one organizational area can have significant, sometimes adverse, effects in others, and that the key is addressing core operational needs—safety, people, business and technology—in a more proactive, farsighted and integrated manner.
ISA Automation Week will be conducted 5-7 November 2013 in energetic and exciting Nashville, Tennessee…also known as Music City USA! To register, and gain complete conference information and updates, visit www.isaautomationweek.org. If you register by 20 August 2013, you’ll save $150 off the full-price registration fee.
Reminder: Call for Papers deadline is 2 April 2013
Please be aware that if you would like to participate as a speaker or presenter in the ISA Automation Week technical program, the deadline to submit Call for Papers abstracts is 2 April 2013. Abstracts will explore six educational tracks—Industrial Network Security, Creating Business Value through Automation, The Connected Enterprise, Wireless Applications, Industrial Automation and Control, and Asset Lifecycle Management and Optimization/Strategy—in relation to meeting the requirements of safety, people, business and technology. Visit www.isaautomationweek.org to learn more.
A new Attendee Networking Hub
Attendees and vendor companies will connect with conference attendees in ISA Automation Week’s new Attendee Networking Hub.
Dedicated space at the Nashville Convention Center will be provided for solutions providers to allow for direct and interactive contact with attendees. This gathering space—known as the Attendee Networking Hub--is ideally situated adjacent to the conference session rooms. The Attendee Networking Hub will be the focal point for workshops, presentations and solutions demonstrations as ISA Partners and suppliers make their technical experts, resources, solutions and product information available to conference attendees.
In addition, the Hub will be open for evening receptions, entertainment, and conference breaks.
Keep an eye on ISA Automation Week’s Corporate Partners
ISA Automation Week’s Corporate Partners are committed to helping attendees get the most out of their conference experience, and introducing to them new and innovative marketplace solutions.
These companies represent a group of select companies who serve the automation and control marketplace. Their partnership agreements with ISA provide them with the opportunities to offer their technical resources and expertise to conference attendees, and to demonstrate product applications and unique automation solutions.
ISA’s Corporate Partnerships Program offers companies customized packages, combining ISA products and services with marketing opportunities across all channels, and providing a streamlined approach to corporate sponsorship. ISA’s program features three main levels of sponsorship: ISA Strategic Partners, ISA Corporate Partners, and ISA Automation Week Partners. The program, in its fourth year, is limited to a select group of companies at each level to maintain the highest level of visibility for each partner.
ISA Automation Week 2013 Corporate Partners include:
Founded in 1945, the International Society of Automation (www.isa.org) is a leading, global, nonprofit organization that is setting the standard for automation by helping over 30,000 worldwide members and other professionals solve difficult technical problems, while enhancing their leadership and personal career capabilities. Based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, ISA develops standards, certifies industry professionals, provides education and training, publishes books and technical articles, and hosts conferences and exhibitions for automation professionals. ISA is the founding sponsor of the Automation Federation (www.automationfederation.org).