WINA to Host Wireless Tech Tour at 2009 ISA Expo–Wireless Experts to Showcase Latest Industrial Wireless Technologies on the Market
The Wireless Industrial Networking Alliance (WINA), expert wireless resource for the industrial market, will host the 2009 Wireless Tech Tour at the ISA Expo in Houston, October 6-8.
Research Triangle Park, NC (PRWEB) September 18, 2009–The Wireless Industrial Networking Alliance (WINA), expert wireless resource for the industrial market, will host the 2009 Wireless Tech Tour at the ISA Expo in Houston, October 6-8. The WINA walking tour entitled: "WINA Wireless Tech Tour - No Wires, No Hype," will educate show attendees about the wide range of wireless products and concepts displayed at the event. A WINA wireless industry expert will host the informative and fun tech tour, guiding attendees around the ISA Expo exhibit floor, providing information, answering questions, and giving behind-the-scenes insight into some of today's emerging and leading industrial wireless technologies and applications.
Expo attendees and press are invited to join the 90-minute tours, departing from the exhibit floor at the WINA kiosk in the Automation Federation Pavilion, booth 2211 on Tuesday, Oct. 6 and Wednesday, October 7 from 3:30-5:00 p.m.
The Wireless Industrial Networking Alliance - WINA - is a nonprofit coalition of leading industry vendors and research institutions that serves as a trusted source of information by providing balanced coverage of industry issues across a wide range of manufacturing industries. Through its extensive network and educational outreach programs, WINA provides end users with current, timely and relevant information about the enhanced productivity, efficiency and safety of industrial wireless applications. For more information about WINA, visit www.wina.org
About ISA Expo
ISA EXPO 2009, held October 6-8 at the Reliant Center in Houston, Texas is the meeting place for management, engineering, production, IT and R&D professionals responsible for automation, control systems, plant-wide communications/networks, plant operations and maintenance, and systems integration in a continuous or batch manufacturing environment. The annual event provides in-depth technical coverage of topics critical to automation and control success. www.isa.org.