FreeWave Technologies' Experts to Discuss Wireless Communications at Fall ENTELEC Conference in Denver

FreeWave experts discuss strategic implementation of wireless technologies, hybrid communication networks and plunger lift automation

Oct 16, 2009, 10:00 ET from FreeWave Technologies

BOULDER, Colo., Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ --

    WHO:     Brent McAdams
             Director of Major Accounts and Product Management
             FreeWave Technologies, Inc.

             McAdams is the director of major accounts and product management
             at FreeWave Technologies, Inc. Prior to joining FreeWave, Mr.
             McAdams served as the Vice President of Technology and Business
             Development for the U.S. Telemetry Corporation where he led
             product development strategy and business development
             initiatives. Additionally, Mr. McAdams spent more than 10 years
             as a contract electrical and instrumentation engineer with Exxon
             Chemical in Baton Rouge, LA.

             Dan Steele
             Business Development Executive
             FreeWave Technologies, Inc.

             Daniel G. Steele is a business development executive at FreeWave
             Technologies, Inc. Steele has more than 25 years experience
             selling SCADA networks for the water and waste water, oil and
             gas, electric utilities, railroad, traffic and process control
             instrumentation markets. Some of Dan's previous work experience
             includes working as a system integrator for three years; branch
             manager for Water Works Equipment for five years; regional Sales
             manager for Rockwell Automation for five years; regional area
             manager for Microwave Data Systems for eight years; and, as
             senior VP of sales for Bluewave Antenna Systems for two years.

             Founded in 1993, FreeWave Technologies is a world leader in the
             innovative design and manufacture of license-free spread spectrum
             and licensed band radios and wireless data solutions that are
             trusted for mission critical applications around the world.

    WHAT:    "Strategic Implementation of Wireless Technologies"
             Brent McAdams: Wednesday, Oct. 21, 4 p.m.-5 p.m. in conference
             Room B

             Mr. McAdams will discuss the evolution in wireless technologies
             and how it has opened the door to a new class of automation
             architecture that offers adopters a significant strategic
             advantage. Driven by substantial and measurable cost savings in
             engineering, installation and logistics, coupled with dramatic
             improvements in the frequency and reliability of field data
             collection, automation experts and IT professionals are presented
             with an opportunity to deliver a major, positive impact to their
             respective company's bottom line.

             "Fully Integrated Hybrid Communication Networks"
             Dan Steele: Thursday, Oct. 22, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. in conference
             Room B

             Companies with large geographically dispersed remote networks can
             select one technology, one source, one vendor to collect,
             retrieve and report data to assess the health of the network.
             Sometimes, this type of approach makes sense. However, other
             times integrating other types of technologies offer significant
             benefits that can easily and more cost-effectively be
             incorporated into one cohesive network. This presentation will
             provide attendees with specific ways they can set up and deploy
             hybrid networks to drive maintenance/monthly costs down -
             directly impacting their bottom line; decrease polling cycle
             times; reduce the time needed to identify and rectify problems
             within the network; and, eliminate single points of failure.

             "Wireless Communication to a Plunger Lift Well"
             Brent McAdams: Thursday, Oct. 22, 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. in
             conference Room B

             In recent years, artificial lift technologies and processes have
             become increasingly popular as methods for optimizing oil and gas
             production. In addition, automation electronics manufacturers
             have been focusing a great deal of their development efforts on
             plunger lift control applications. Artificial lift is a process
             that allows producers to optimize well production while also
             minimizing overall maintenance and life cycle costs. This
             presentation will explain the benefits of plunger lift control
             automation and the newest, best, and most novel control methods
             that are used.

    WHERE:   ENTELEC Fall Seminar Series
             Inverness Hotel & Conference Center
             200 Inverness Drive West
             Englewood, CO 80112

    WHEN:    Oct. 21-22, 2009

    CONTACT: For more information on FreeWave, or to set up an interview with
             Mr. McAdams or Mr. Steele, please contact Christin Jeffers at
             Catapult PR-IR (303) 581-7760, ext. 14 or

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