During the 2007 BICSI Canada Conference in Vancouver, Canada, information transport systems (ITS) professionals will gain first-hand knowledge of the technological groundwork already being prepared for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games and the revolutionary advanced fiber optic infrastructure being implemented as Vancouver International Airport (YVR) undertakes its significant expansion initiative.
“2010 Olympics - From the IT Perspective”, Ward Chapin, Chief Information Officer, Vancouver Organizing Committee (VANOC) “Vancouver International Airport (YVR) Takes Off With FutureFLEX Air-Blown Fiber”, Vili Antic, RCDD Telecommunication Infrastructure Analyst, Vancouver International Airport Authority and Kurt Templeman, Product Manager of Enterprise Networks, Sumitomo Electric Lightwave will be presented March 5, 2007 at the Westin Bayshore Vancouver (Stanley Park Ballroom).
BICSI, a professional association supporting the information transport systems (ITS) industry with information, education and knowledge assessment for individuals and companies, hosts the Canada Conference bi-annually in various cities throughout the country. This is an exclusive opportunity for ITS professionals throughout British Columbia and the U.S. Pacific Northwest region to access cutting-edge information on the application of emerging technologies at these one-time-only presentations.
For more information visit www.bicsi.org
2010 Olympics and Vancouver International Airport technology highlight conference seminars
February 16, 2007