Have you got your tickets yet?
It’s been two years – well, it feels like a lot more than that – since we gathered for an ISA event. And while there are new COVID variants popping up like dandelions on a neglected lawn, it looks like full-steam ahead for this very popular show that runs May 11-12.
The ISA Calgary Show is inclusive to all things automation and features companies and professionals working across vast industries including oil, gas and LNG, petrochemicals, water, wastewater, power, medicine, computers and electronics, telecommunications, robotics, IT solutions, energy, construction and agriculture.
As the premier platform for systems and automation, the ISA Calgary Show engages executive leaders, industry experts and technical professionals to host vital conversations that drive innovation and technology forward to make processes easier for both the service provider and customer.
And while it looks like things will be back to (almost) normal for interacting with one another, organizers do want you to pay attention to a few things:
Crowd Density Standard (CDS): “Show organizers can allow for the Crowd Density Standard in accordance with government guidance. By controlling the density, appropriate social distancing can occur by consideration of both the number of people and potential pinch points to determine the number of people in that area.”
Registration: “Through an increased use of technology, we will minimize queuing and contact during the registration process. The use of mobile and digital technologies will facilitate seamless and contactless access upon entry and exit. Additionally, digital credentials can eliminate physical badges and lanyards where appropriate and enable contact tracing.”
These measures include staggered admission to ensure there is proper physical distancing for delegates.
Hosting experts from around the world, this comprehensive technical conference features an impressive variety of topics that will leave delegates learning from the best in the latest automation, robotics, vision and motional control technologies and more.
And while we are all glad to see one another “in the flesh” – or as the kids say these days, “IRL” (in real life), organizers urge that everyone refrain from handshakes, and above all else – respect each other’s personal space.