ATIS today announced that the Workshop on Synchronization and Timing Systems (WSTS), takes place March 13-16, at the JW Marriott Parq Vancouver in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Reduced registration rates are in effect until January 30, for this event with global representation.
WSTS – THE EVENT: The annual WSTS workshop has a 30+ year track record for bringing together top subject matter experts in the field of timing and synchronization to discuss its critical impact on a wide range of sectors. Increasingly, timing resilience and security is becoming a critical issue in the economy.
“Precise, accurate timing – an area ripe with innovation – is indispensable to data centers, telecom, financial exchanges, meteorology and virtually all other secure communications infrastructures, as well as to PNT,” said Marc Weiss, Ph.D., WSTS Chair and Time and Frequency expert consultant. ”WSTS convenes leading experts to discuss evolving sync requirements, applications and standards. It is where those who want to stay ahead of the curve learn about the future of change in timing and sync.”
SESSION TRACKS: WSTS 2023 covers all major aspects of sync and timing:
- Finance, Data Centers, Distributed Computing & Hybrid Clouds
- Timing Measurement & Metrology
- Security, Resilience
- Alternate PNT Including Activities in Space
- Experience from the Field
- Time & Frequency Sources & Synchronization
Keynote presentations by Bell Canada, ColdQuanta, National Association of Broadcasters, NTT Corporation, TELUS, Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd., University of Alabama. and Xairos.
WSTS 2023 IS MADE POSSIBLE BY OUR SPONSORS:
Calnex, Chronos, Epson, Furuno, Meinberg, Microchip, NetInsight, Orolia, Oscilloquartz, Rakon, Saisi, Satelles, Seiko Solutions, Inc.