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2010 Niagara Summit call for papers

September 16, 2009
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At next year's Niagara Summit, hundreds of attendees will gather in Las Vegas (May 2-4, 2010 at the Red Rock Resort) and come together to exchange and share experiences on automation infrastructure technology, device-to-enterprise integration and find out about the latest advances on how devices integrate, connect, and create interoperable environments.

The Call for Presentations is your personal invitation from Tridium to join in this effort. It's your chance to submit an abstract to participate as a session speaker at one of the industry's most highly respected gatherings and share your experience and knowledge of developing applications and deploying solutions built around open, interoperability, integration, and connectivity by becoming a presenter at the Summit.

 Demonstrate your expertise with fellow members of the Niagara Community and the industry. If you are a knowledgeable and articulate subject matter expert willing to share your insights and real-world experience, Tridium is inviting you to submit a proposal for presenting at the Summit.

Submitting a proposal is easy. Just go to www.niagarasummit.com/Call.htm and you'll find all the information and instructions you need. 

Additional information about the 2010 Niagara Summit can be found at www.niagarasummit.com or by contacting Julie Hardesty via email at jhardesty@tridium.com.

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