Electrical Business


BICSI Fall 09 Conference just around the corner

September 9, 2009 | By Anthony Capkun

BICSI—a professional association supporting the information transport systems (ITS) industry—is holding its Fall 2009 Conference September 20-24 at the MGM Grand in sunny Las Vegas, Nevada and—to convince you to come—it has extended several offers to help you in these economic times.

First, the Onsite Rate will no longer be implemented. Attendees can
register at the Regular Rate throughout the conference (a savings of up
to $50 US per attendee). Next, buy two conference registrations and
receive a third free.


Booking a room at the official conference hotel, the MGM Grand, could
lead to cool prizes. There will be multiple prize drawings before the
conference, and these are only available for full conference
registrants staying at the MGM Grand. Register by September 11 to be
eligible. Drawings take place on September 14. Qualified persons will
be automatically entered into drawings for the following:


• A cash prize of $1000 US
• A three-night stay at the MGM Grand, valid between September 19-25.
• 2 tickets to see Cirque du Soleil’s KA, as well as dinner for two at Emeril’s restaurant.
• An MGM Grand Spa Package valued at $250 US.

Not a BICSI member? Become one at no charge! Register to attend the
2009 Fall Conference at the non-member rate and receive a complimentary
one-year BICSI membership—a $150 US value.

Information transport systems (ITS) covers the spectrum of voice, data,
electronic safety & security, and audio & video technologies.
It encompasses the design, integration and installation of pathways,
spaces, fiber- and copper-based distribution systems, wireless-based
systems and infrastructure that supports the transportation of
information and associated signaling between and among communications
and information gathering devices.

The conference will delve into these facets, with particular focus on
things like: CCTV deployment; supporting video applications with IT
infrastructure; security & safety in building automation; AV system
design using twisted-pair and fiber optic technologies; and next
generation fibers and standards.

CLICK HERE for the conference website.

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