Sener, 6th FORAN Users Meeting

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Sener announced the next FORAN users meeting will take place in May 2010, from the 12th to the 14th. The VI Forum (FORAN Users Meeting) will be held at Hotel Hacienda La Boticaria located in Seville, Spain. As on previous occasions, the aim of the sixth forum is to encourage the exchange of impressions among users, to present the latest technological improvements of FORAN and to discuss future developments. During the technical sessions, FORAN users will carry out presentations, and the new features of the System will be presented by Sener.

(www.sener.es)

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