- Crossing the bridge to critical data in real-time to be presented and discussed at the Remote Monitoring and Control 2012 conference
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Aug. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the single biggest issues industries are facing today is data deluge. The ability to implement a power train of technologies to derive actionable business strategies determines sustenance, growth and profitability. The "new normal" scenario is driving the intrusion of crucial disruptions that are fundamentally changing the way business is done.
Frost & Sullivan Industrial Automation and Process Control Team Leader and Senior Analyst Muthuraman Ramasamy will present an analysis of broad-level industry trends and their subsequent impact on products, technologies and services at the Remote Monitoring and Control 2012 conference. Ramasamy's presentation will take place at 8 a.m. MDT on day one of the event, which will be held from Sept. 18 to 19, 2012 in Denver, Colorado.
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"We see new business opportunities emerging from the converging areas of globalization, smart, technology and the graying workforce," said Ramasamy. "These macro forces are fundamentally going to change the way businesses are, and also how business will be done in the future."
Remote Monitoring and Control 2012 will focus on the leading advancements for the monitoring and management of distributed equipment and facilities, remote assets, infrastructure, automated process and system controls, and device networks. Large-scale users and industry experts will speak on SCADA, remote networking technology, security (cyber and physical), control, automation, onsite and back-up power, M2M, emerging wireless technology, telemetry and condition monitoring.
"We are excited to have Muthuraman Ramasamy speaking at Remote 2012," said Nick Depperschmidt, program chairman, Remote Monitoring and Control Conference. "The information presented in this session will allow solution providers and OEMs of remotely managed assets to better evaluate the growth prospects and understand changing needs of their customers and installations."
This technology-driven and solution-oriented event brings together the innovators and users from multiple industries, including utilities, infrastructure, power, oil and gas, telecom, industrial, water and public utilities, agriculture, remote networks, and facilities management. Ramasamy's presentation will cater to solution providers and OEMs tasked with evaluating these growth prospects, understanding game-changing trends, and driving next-level product strategy.
"The writing on the wall is loud and clear," said Ramasamy. "There is no time to be a laggard in adopting new technologies, as global competition blurs borders and breaks barriers. Consumer behavior—which we have seen, for example, in the retail industry—is progressively being mirrored within the manufacturing industry."
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