Leading Engineering Technology Event Powers Forward into Ninth Annual Gathering
Bethesda, MD December 11, 2007 -- Cyon Research Corporation, hosts of the annual Congress on the Future of Engineering Software (COFES), today announced the opening of registration for next year’s event, COFES 2008. This much-anticipated CAD and engineering technology event – the only one of its kind – will take place April 10-13, 2008 in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Last year, there were more than 270 attendees, ranging across software company executives, engineers, programmers, consultants, and press -- all from firms that rely on, use, develop, or invent design and engineering technology. Attendees gather to discuss current issues and debate future challenges related to the engineering software and technology industry.
Registration for COFES 2008 is available by invitation only, according to Cyon Research CEO Brad Holtz. Those who wish to attend can apply for an invitation at
http://apply.cofes.com. Registration closes January 31, with late registration beginning February 1.
“The COFES event offers a unique opportunity for CAD/CAM industry professionals to become intimately familiar with the ideas of the brightest thinkers in the industry through one-on-one interactions and small discussion groups," said Keith Mountain, president and chief executive officer, Spatial. “Spatial has benefited from many long-lasting relationships that were formed at COFES."
The theme for COFES 2008 is “Pay it Forward: Innovation and Sustainability for Design and Engineering.”
About Cyon Research
Cyon Research Corporation is a provider of analysis and consulting for engineering technology markets to an international client base. COFES, the Congress on the Future of Engineering Software, is Cyon Research’s primary event, which explores future issues and the investments necessary today to take advantage of future technologies. For more information about this year’s scheduled events and speakers, please visit cofes.com.
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