Schneider Electric to sponsor Airport Solutions Mexico 2017
Schneider Electric, a software solutions provider, announced to officially sponsor the inaugural Airport Solutions Mexico 2017, part of the Airport Solutions Global Series of events.
The two-day Airport Solutions Mexico exhibition and conference will be held on the 3rd – 4th of May 2017 at the Centro Citibanamex, Mexico City, and is expected to attract more than 2,000 B2B buyers and 200 delegates. The event is considered unique because in that it will bring together the industry’s entire buying chain, providing a platform to connect suppliers with stakeholders and decision makers while assessing key issues and solutions in the international conference programme.
Diego Bianchini, Schneider Electric’s Senior Channel Manager for Mexico & Central America Software stated: “Our software solutions help customers to increase efficiency and profitability, improve information and decision-making and meet statutory and validation requirements. The solution enables them to manage a large number of processes in an integrated and simultaneous manner under a single platform - even with so many devices and signals with distinct technological languages. Mexico´s airport project can become a successful AeroMetropolis as it has the scale and volume, if planning and efficiency can be achieved and we can help to achieve it.”
Schneider Electric will be presenting in the high level two day conference, on a success story in a similar Airport using their software: “The centralisation offered by Wonderware technology is essential. It allows us to respond to incidents rapidly and be proactive in making process improvements, because now we have real-time unified information available to us for analysis.”
Further information on the event is available at www.airportsolutions.com.
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