Industrial Network Infrastructure Design Seminar

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A Unique Opportunity to Gain Insight into Mission-Critical Ethernet Infrastructure Requirements for Security, Wireless and Substation Hardened Networks
October 6-9, 2013
Hyatt Regency at Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia, PA

About the Design Seminar

This event brings together people involved with designing and maintaining industrial Ethernet networks with Belden experts from around the world. Through a combination of lecture topics and hands-on labs you will learn the information and skills you need to excel with mission critical networks. Sessions cover both introductory and advanced topics related to key areas of network design, isolation, redundancy, security and more.


No matter your level of technical knowledge you will benefit from both the presentations and the “learning by doing” labs. Special tracks are available for Ethernet Networking, Cyber Security, Wireless and PT&D (substation) Communications. Some of the industries addressed in the sessions include automotive, petrochemical plants, power generation and substation facilities, wind farms and transportation. In addition valuable information will also be provided by recognized industry experts who will speak during the lunch break each day.

Event Overview

The event begins on the afternoon or evening of Sunday, October 6th with a welcome reception from 5:00 - 8:00 pm. On Monday-Wednesday, breakfast starts at 7:00 am followed by the seminar at 8:00 am. Sessions conclude between 5:00 - 5:15 pm.

Join us Monday evening for a group dinner and evening event for networking with peers and Belden staff.

Who Should Attend?

This seminar is ideal for
  • Network Design Engineers
  • Plant Engineers
  • Control Engineers
  • Machine Builders
  • Maintenance Technicians
  • System Integrators
  • IT Professionals


In short, anyone responsible for designing or maintaining mission-critical Ethernet networks.

What’s New in 2013?

Many new courses and labs have been added including tracks in the following areas:
  • Basic Ethernet Networking
  • Control Systems and Industrial Ethernet Networks
  • Network Redundancy
  • Ethernet Concepts and Network Management
  • Network Security
  • Cool Things Your Switch Can Do
  • Industrial Wireless
  • PT&D / Utilities

The session numbers for the above tracks can be found in the event brochure on pages 6-8.


Cost

The seminar price is $900.

This cost includes all meals and events, including your choice of technical courses and hands-on labs plus guest speakers and a Monday evening social event.  All technical presentations will be provided to you in electronic format.

Payment can be made by credit card, purchase order or company check.

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