Top 10 Reasons to Attend the OPC UA Developers' Conference

Tom Burke, president and executive director of the OPC Foundation, invites you to attend this summer’s OPC UA Developers’ Conference. Here’s his list of the top 10 reasons you won’t want to miss this exciting event to learn more about the OPC Unified Architecture communication technology.

Welcome to this special edition of OPConnect, the OPC Foundation’s official newsletter. I want to personally invite you to attend a very special event the Foundation is hosting in June to educate users and developers on the many benefits of the new OPC Unified Architecture.

The OPC UA DevCon will be held June 25-28, 2007, at the Scottsdale Marriott in Scottsdale, Arizona. It’s shaping up to be one of the most important OPC events we have ever held, and is a must-attend conference for all software developers, manufacturing end-users, system integrators and product developers who want to learn more about this exciting technology and the many benefits it offers for secure, reliable interoperable communication strategies across the manufacturing enterprise.

To learn more about the program and to register for the event, please click here!

As an added incentive to attend the conference, I give you my Top 10 Reasons to attend DevCon 2007. 

Reason Number 10: Jumpstart your company on the OPC Foundation Unified Architecture technology and make sure you are in a leadership position to build best-of-breed open, secure, reliable, interoperable products and applications. 

Reason Number 9: Capitalize on the networking opportunities with your competitors and with the designers of the OPC UA technology

Reason Number 8: Experience real products and technologies that demonstrate OPC UA functionality at its finest.

Reason Number 7: Learn what OPC UA can do for you and your company to increase your market share and your competitiveness.

Reason Number 6: Get the details on how to take your existing OPC product and application to the next level as an OPC UA product and application.

Reason Number 5: Learn how to integrate your products and applications with enterprise applications.

Reason Number 4: Demonstrate your dedication to interoperability and learn what certification is all about.

Reason Number 3: Learn how to architect your products for the future and integrate them with embedded devices, while still supporting the legacy products of the past in a seamless plug-and-play fashion.

Reason Number 2: Learn how to incorporate security, redundancy and generic information models into your products and applications.

And the Number 1 Reason to attend DevCon 2007: OPC UA and Scottsdale are HOT in June!

I hope to see you all at DevCon 2007. Click here to register! 

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