Real-Time 2010 - Educational and networking event for current and potential users of Real-Time Simul (Real-Time 2010)

Venue: Conference Centre Edouard VII

Location: Paris, France

Event Date/Time: Jun 27, 2010 End Date/Time: Jun 30, 2010
Registration Date: May 20, 2010
Early Registration Date: Mar 31, 2010
Abstract Submission Date: Mar 31, 2010
Paper Submission Date: May 01, 2010
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Hosted by Opal-RT Technologies, Real-Time 2010 is a three-day (June 27th - June 30th 2010) educational and networking event for current and potential users of Real-Time Simulation, Hardware-in-the-Loop testing and Rapid Control Prototyping technologies.

In addition to Technology Tutorials, where Real-Time 2010 attendees can learn about recent advances in simulation technology development, presentations by scientists, researchers and engineers will discuss best practices and innovative real-world applications of simulation technology. Presenters include current users of Opal-RT Real-Time Simulation products and come from a wide variety of industries including automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, power generation and academic research.

Reasons to Attend

•Meet with Opal-RT users from around the world, and learn the best practices in Model-based Design, Real-Time Simulation, and Rapid Control Prototyping to increase your productivity, reduce costs, and speed time-to-market.
•Connect directly with Opal-RT developers and product managers to help drive future Opal-RT product development.
•Gain more knowledge and the confidence that you are getting maximum value from your use of Opal-RT products.
•Learn to develop products better, faster, and at the lowest cost.
Who Should Attend

Real-Time 2010 welcomes anyone who has an interest in the role of Real-Time Simulation in the development and study of electrical, power electronic and mechanical systems found in today’s power systems, vehicles, aircraft and industrial manufacturing facilities.

Presentations and tutorials will be of particular interest to:

•Electrical Engineers
•Aerospace Engineers
•Automotive Engineers
•Mechanical Engineers
•Simulation Specialists
•Engineering Students
•Academic Researchers
•Power System Managers & Operators
•Engineering Management
Real-Time 2010 will also feature a series of informal networking events that will enable attendees to interact both with each other and members of Opal-RT simulation technology R&D team, to compare notes on how to address specific simulation challenges.


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