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HART Communication Foundation Celebrates 20 Years Serving the Process Automation Industry
This year, the HART Communication Foundation celebrates 20 years serving the process automation industry. For this milestone, the Foundation (HCF) is hosting special End User Events in Europe, North America and Asia.
The first of these free educational events is being held on April 9, in conjunction with Hannover Messe 2013 (8-12 April, Hannover, Germany).
According to Ron Helson, Foundation Executive Director the 20th Anniversary event, HART: Benefits Today and Into the Future, provides an opportunity for end users to learn more about the benefits and value of using the full capabilities of the HART Protocol, HART applications, products and the future of this field-proven technology.
The HART Communication Foundation 20th Anniversary User Event will be held in the Field Communication Lounge (Hall 9, Stand D76) at Hannover Messe on April 9, from 4:30-8:30 p.m. The event will include the presentation HART: An End User Success Story by Mr. Michael Pelz, Head of Process Optimization and Automation, Clariant and a panel discussion with Mr. Pelz, Mr. Gábor Bereznai, Head of Automation, MOL, Mr. David Eisner, Chief Engineer & Senior Engineering Fellow, Honeywell, and Mr. Helson with moderator Mr. David Humphrey, ARC Advisory Group Research Director-Europe. Guests will also enjoy networking with HART experts and users and a reception with food, drinks and world-class entertainment.
Get more information on all 20th Anniversary events are available at www.hartcomm.org.
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