2016/11 seminar 'control room of the future' in Amsterdam and Brussels November 2016

by Thomas Fichtner (comments: 0)

We would cordially like to invite you to a seminar on the control room of the future.
We have invited automationX, Delta Display Solutions, WEY Technology, Meetwise, Knürr and BMA ergonomics to give a presentation on their latest control room products.

Following these presentations Wim Oxenaar of TotalFunction will present his paper on ‘Ergonomics and developments in control rooms’. He will discuss various aspects of ergonomic design, organizational and operational development, overview and display walls, integrated user interfaces, and the application of new and exciting technologies.
We have prepared a live demo of a control room in which you are free to look around and try out the equipment. Furthermore, a number of customers will speak about their experiences with products of the vendors mentioned above.

Each control room is different, so we will have plenty of time to discuss your specific needs, whether they concern a security center, a surveillance room, a process control room or another type of control room. Our local system integrator partners are also available to answer all your installation and maintenance questions.

In order for you to be able to enjoy this event to the max, we have arranged a morning or an afternoon session. In a space of three hours you will be listening to the presentations and will still have time to look and feel the demo of the equipment we have set up for you.
On November 1st and 2nd we will be in the offices of ProSystems, Netwerk 31 in Purmerend.
On November 4th we will be in Autoworld, Jubelpark 11 in Brussels.

If you opt for joining us in Brussels there will be the added advantage of a free visit to the Autoworld museum, after or before our seminar. See http://www.autoworld.be/home.

The seminar will begin at 9:30 a.m. or at 1:30 p.m. Coffee, tea and some snacks will be served.

Please sign up here (attendance is free): http://www.4processmation.com/seminar

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