Amplicon hosts transport seminar at Bluebell Steam Railway
Amplicon has announced its annual “Network & Monitoring Solutions for Smarter Transport” technology seminar will be held on November 28th 2012, at the Bluebell Steam Railway, Sheffield Park Station, East Sussex.
The day will be packed with interesting talks and demonstrations specifically tailored for engineers within the transport sector, promise the organisers:
“The seminar will offer real insights into the technologies, systems and solutions applied in transportation; ranging from the acquisition of data using the latest technologies for remote monitoring and control, the transmission of data through resilient wired and wireless communication systems, and the processing of data using approved rugged computing solutions. The seminar will be hosted by Amplicon the automation, industrial networking and computing specialists, in conjunction with a guest speaker from IEI Technology, one of the world’s leading Industrial computing providers.”
The day will also include a trip back in time with a tour of the locomotive engine sheds plus a ride in a unique observation carriage, built in 1913, powered by one of the Bluebell Railway steam engines.
“With many years of experience Amplicon has gained a unique understanding of the transport market,” said UK Sales Manager at Amplicon, Richard Munson. “With so much content to offer it has been a challenge to fit it all in to one day! We have five different presentations, product demonstrations, a tour of the locomotive sheds, a ride on a steam train plus a fabulous free lunch!”
For full agenda and registration, visit: http://www.amplicon.com/campaigns/Transportation-2012/transportation-seminar-topics.cfm