March 24th and 25th, 2022 – Orlando, FL

Rosen Plaza Hotel – 9700 International Drive

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

Welcome back to our annual SCADA users’ conference

Engage with the experts.
Network with your peers.
Elevate your skill set.

Spend two, action-packed days with the people who create and support VTScada! Experience the refreshing corporate culture that has earned us a loyal international customer base for close to four decades. Network with 300+ automation professionals during receptions, technical sessions, hands-on workshops, and more.

VTScadaFest Early Bird Ticket Price: $475*

Early bird pricing is in effect until January 17, 2022. Refer to ticket page for General Admission and Late Registration fees.

Check out this Level 1 Presentation from VTScadaFest 2020:

Who Should Attend

  • System Integrators
  • Consultants
  • Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs)
  • Project Engineers
  • Utility Directors and Managers
  • SCADA Operators

Why You’ll Love It

  • Network with over 300+ automation professionals.
  • Talk 1-on-1 with Trihedral developers and engineers.
  • Deep-dive into technical presentations and hands-on workshops.
  • Take condensed training courses at all levels before the conference.

Stay On-Site – Rosen Plaza Hotel

Hotel rooms are very limited, so book early. Discounted room rates are available at $169* per night. Reservations can be made directly with the hotel by calling toll free, 1-800-627-8258, and using code “Trihedral, VTScadaFest 2022” or online.

Optional Training – Three Courses to Choose From

Before VTScadaFest begins, start with three days of training, Monday through Wednesday. Select one of the three courses below:
Operation & Configuration, Advanced Configuration, or Scripting.
Registering for any of them includes your ticket to VTScadaFest + lunch each day.

Training + VTScadaFest Early Bird Price: $1,500*

Early bird pricing is in effect until January 17, 2022. Refer to ticket page for General Admission and Late Registration fees.

VTScada Operation & Configuration Course

Operators and developers will learn about the many features of the VTScada monitoring and control software by creating a working, full-featured application from start to finish. This course will explain how to use the native display screens, connect to hardware, build new displays, work with alarms, configure security and much more.
Download the course outline.

VTScada Advanced Configuration Course

Experienced VTScada developers will learn advanced configuration techniques that allow them to go beyond the standard tools for building their applications. Knowledge of the topics covered in the Operation and Configuration course is assumed. This course aims to teach you how to customize VTScada in order to extend the features and to save time, not how to build an application. It is important that participants know how to add an application, create tags that can communicate with I/O, and build user-interface pages. If you are not comfortable with those and other topics from the Operations and Configuration course, you are advised to take that course first.
Download the course outline.

VTScada Scripting Course

This course is designed for experienced VTScada developers who are proficient at creating advanced applications and want to learn how to code in VTScada and maintain and debug such code. This course teaches you how to code using the VTScada programming language (often referred to as VTScada scripting) which is a fully featured object-oriented programming language.

You do not need to take this course to become a VTScada expert.

Scripting Prerequisites: In order to take this advanced programming course, you must have taken both the Operation & Configuration and Advanced Configuration courses. You must be comfortable with coding using an object-oriented programming language (e.g., C++, Python, Java or JavaScript) and with basic programming concepts such as loops, conditionals, variables, parameters, data structures (e.g., lists, arrays, dictionaries), encapsulation, and inheritance.

Please do not register for this course unless you are already proficient in at least one object-oriented programming language and you are very comfortable building tags, pages, widgets, alarms, and other standard VTScada features.
Download the course outline.

* All amounts listed are in USD and are subject to Florida sales tax.