Pacific Data Systems is partnering with AST Australia to host a product technology expo at their Brisbane office on Monday March 17, 2014.
Pacific Data Systems and AST Australia will offer Australian customers a simpler and more cost-effective way to source remote monitoring and control systems. This single source approach will allow customers to reduce the amount of time they spend on sourcing quotes, chasing ETAs and resolving technical issues.
Visitors to this year’s expo can meet representatives from three major satellite manufacturers, SkyWave, Hughes and Inmarsat at one time; get hands-on with working integrated monitoring and control systems with live satellite connections; attend technical presentations on remote monitoring and satellite communications systems; and have private consultations with representatives from Pacific Data Systems and AST Australia as well as key suppliers to discuss project ideas.
Get hands-on with the latest technology
Some of the equipment and integrated systems on display will include Australian designed and manufactured integrated monitoring systems customisable to meet project requirements; working examples of customer solutions such as water level monitoring, irrigation control with weather and soil monitoring, and generic gas skid control system; and satellite communications including various SkyWave terminals, Hughes M2M terminals, and Explorer 325 terminals.
Have your questions answered
The expo provides the unique opportunity to meet and interact with representatives from three major manufacturers as well as consultants from Pacific Data Systems and AST Australia at the same location.
Cliff White – M2M Sales Manager, Inmarsat, Dwayne MacTavish – Director, Sales & Business Development, Hughes, Travis Bowland – Account Manager Asia Pacific, SkyWave, Keith Richardson – M2M Solutions & Product Manager, AST Australia, Neil Jamieson – Regional Manager, AST Australia, and Paul Gapes – General Manager, Pacific Data Systems will be taking questions from visitors.
Scheduled presentations include ‘Designing a remote monitoring system using satellite communications’ (Time: 10:30 – 11:30am); and ‘How to optimise a multi-parameter remote monitoring system for satellite communications’ (Time: 2:30 – 3:30pm).
Who should attend?
The product technology expo is recommended for engineers, IT specialists and senior level site or exploration management who would like to introduce reliable remote communications, monitoring or control into their business. It is also relevant to anyone interested in the latest cutting edge satellite communications technologies.
Time: 10am – 5pm Monday March 17, 2014
Location: Pacific Data Systems Head Office, 27 Hi-Tech Court, Brisbane Technology Park, Eight Mile Plains (On-site parking available)