Net -atHome2005 facilitators: a dream team!

Connected Home Developments Worldwide: Net-atHome™, the yearly event not to be missed! Yearly produced by Homega Research, Net-atHome™, will be held this year on November 29 & 30, 2005, at the Meridien Hotel in Nice, France.

Homega Research is very proud to announce that the following key industry experts have accepted to act as Net -atHome™2005 session facilitators. Their mission is, in close liaison with Homega Research, to select the speakers of the session (from submitted abstracts and invited contributions) and then to work with each panellist before and during the event to make sure that the Net -atHome™2005 sessions will be of the highest value to delegates:

Craig McAllister - Managing Director & CEO, Local Information Networks (facilitator of the session "Which communications networks for the home?")

Oleg Logvinov - CEO of Arkados & President of the HomePlug Powerline Alliance (facilitator of the session "What can we expect from EU Projects?")

Orly Cocco - Technology Manager, Procter & Gamble (facilitator of the session "What does the consumer want?")

Victor Dominguez Richards - Strategy and Standardisation Director, DS2 (facilitator of the session "Connected home markets in Asia")

Duane Gauger - Future Home Manager, Digital Home Group (facilitator of the session "From business models to success stories")

John Barr - Standard Realization Director, Motorola (facilitator of the session "Today"s and tomorrow"s killer apps")

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