|| ATC 2005 - Stockholm, 18 October 2005.
The AgentLink III annual Agent Technology Conference (ATC) facilitates the sharing of experiences in deployment of agent-ased solutions among commercial organisations and with discussion of the benefits this technology brings their businesses. At ATC 2005, world-leading agent technology experts from some of the most innovative companies in the field will meet representatives from traditional industries reporting on their agent-based solutions.
Talks will cover a range of issues from the technologies themselves to commercial relevance and strategy, aiming to bring into focus the business opportunities and challenges agent technology creates. This year, the programme will cover a broader range of application domains ranging from aerospace, manufacturing, banking and insurance industries, but also home-network environments and telecommunication services. The presentations will be complemented by technology demonstrations and a panel session.
The AgentLink III Agent Technology Roadmap, an important AgentLink document providing the strategic vision for the future of agent research and development will be officially launched at ATC.
The event will be similar in style and objectives to last year's very successful ATC 2004 held in Zurich, and earlier events organised in London and Barcelona. (For program and presentation click here).
This year, the conference will feature invited presentations from CEOs, chief technologists and senior managing researchers from Lost Wax, Microsoft, Profactor, Telecordia, Y'All and James Odell Associates. In the afternoon, demonstrations of existing agent-based solutions will be made by: CalicoJack, Certicon, Erxa, Lostwax, Magenta, Profactor, Rockwell and Y'All.
To stay informed of future events centred around applications and tools for commercial deployment of agent technology, please register your interest in future events by contacting email@example.com .
For more information on AgentLink III please click here.
For AgentLink Roadmap Press Release click here.
Please click here to view some pics of the event.