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The European Utilities Telecom Council is getting ready for its annual conference that will be held in the Intercontinental Madrid 26 – 28 October 2011. So should you!
Four reasons to join us in Madrid
A unique event
The European Utility Telecom Conference is the only European event dedicated to energy & utility professionals from Europe’s gas, water and electricity utilities, and increasingly those from the Middle East, Africa, and South America. The conference is designed to meet the needs of senior European executives from utilities, pipelines and other critical infrastructure companies as well as their technology and financial partners who have responsibilities for managing all internal telecom networks as well as developing new telecom ventures. Government regulators looking for innovative ways to promote economic development and consultants looking to provide advisory services should also attend.
Easy reachable destination to a vibrant capital city
Thanks to Barajas Airport, Madrid is an important communication hub with the European and American cities, and by road and train to all Spanish cities.
Barajas Airport is located 15 minutes from the city centre and the two main train stations, Atocha and Chamartín, are situated on both ends of the Castellana.
Be challenged with a new way thinking about smart Grids
The conference will address the ICT issues facing utility companies as all sectors look to develop greater intelligence in core infrastructure networks. The conference will continue the theme promoted in 2010 in London, to explore the Evolution of ICT Services and Solutions which are capable of creating and supporting the Smart Networks required in the next 5 years.
It’s all about networking
Sessions offer a dynamic approach, allowing great interaction between attendees and speakers. This year, we will dedicate an afternoon session to the running of interactive discussion groups with four experts each adressing critical elements of Smartgrid and ICT. Each group will summsarise their findings to all attendees.
We also offer plenty of occasions to network with your peers during our informal breakfasts, coffee breaks and lunches and a prestigious gala. Meet a provider that has a product that is the answer to your needs, at the exhibition connected to the conference.
All networking breaks will take place in the exhibition areas, allowing you to take time to tour the exhibition and meet the different technology representatives.
The conference is designed to meet the needs of senior European executives from utilities, pipelines and other critical infrastructure companies as well as their technology and financial partners who have responsibilities for managing all internal telecom networks as well as developing new telecom ventures. Government regulators looking for innovative ways to promote economic development by encouraging utility telecom ventures should also attend.
Technology is rapidly changing the role of telecommunications in Europe’s electric, gas and water utilities, energy companies, and other critical infrastructure companies. Many are using their vast experience in building and managing sophisticated telecommunications networks to enter Europe’s new competitive telecoms markets. Many are also facing issues introducing new wireless communications systems and managing internal telecoms businesses in a shared services environment. To meet this need, the Utilities Telecommunications Council created a uniquely European program that builds on UTC’s 60 years of experience, existing strengths and services. UTC’s programs in Europe is led by Europeans, designed for Europeans, and is uniquely European in focus. To better serve the needs of its European members, EUTC has opened an office in Brussels in January 2007.
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