PROFIBUS comes under scrutiny in Medieval setting - Embedded.com

PROFIBUS comes under scrutiny in Medieval setting

LONDON — The PROFIBUS Group has released programme details for the International PROFIBUS Conference to be held at Coombe Abbey, Coventry, England June 21 and 22, 2005.

The conference will feature a educational programme covering latest developments in PROFIBUS and PROFINET technology including PROFIsafe, PROFIdrive and PROFIBUS PA supported by case studies, an exhibition and technology demonstrations. These will be delivered in 2 main streams: formal conference sessions for advanced users and hands-on PROFIBUS primers for people new to the technology.

The event kicks off with a Keynote address from Prof George Turnbull entitled 'Recent Technology Developments – fitting it all together' the presentation will examine key developments, milestones and events in the world of industrial and process automation and show how PROFIBUS continues to meet the ever changing demands placed upon communications technology by advances in automation and control technology.

With presentations on Wireless PROFIBUS, PROFINET in the Automotive Industry, advanced motion control, asset management, open system integration and support for complex devices in the process industry, functional safety in manufacturing and intrinsic safety in process applications, the conference agenda should provide something of value to everyone.

Coombe Abbey is a conference centre based in a converted medieval monastery close to Birmingham International Airport and within easy reach of other attractions such as Stratford upon Avon. A main feature of the 2-day event will be the Medieval Dinner held on site on the evening of the June 21.

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