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PACE wireless feature, submissions now open

PACE magazine is seeking collaboration with engineering companies working in the Australian and New Zealand automation, control and process industries, for a feature about trends and development in wireless technology that we are putting together for our August issue.

Technology suppliers and vendors, along with engineering companies, industry associations, and consulting firms in this space who would like to take part are invited to submit a 300-word editorial outlining their views on wireless technology today and into the future.

Possible submissions could include: wireless product information; impressions about current wireless trends; predictions about the future of wireless; information about successful wireless projects implemented in the industry; and the benefits of wireless technology adoption in our society.

Guidelines for submissions are as follows. Please note that if you closely follow the guidelines you will have a much better chance of being included in our feature.


Submissions should:

*be 300 words maximum.

*include a synopsis of one wireless product currently available (if applicable).

*include the full name, position, company and contact details of a person at your company to whom we can *attribute and quote the information/views you provide.

*answer the following questions as a guide: What are the benefits of wireless technology? How important is wireless technology to our future? What are the difficulties we need to overcome before becoming a wireless-compatible society?

*include one high resolution (300dpi, at postcard size) picture of either a product, an application, a plant or a diagram to support your written submissions. This should include a clear caption explaining the image.


Please send your completed submissions to the editor, Sarah Falson, at no later than Monday 29th June. Phone 02 9422 2976 if you have any questions.

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