Tecnatom has reedited its active participation in the 2017 Power Plant Simulation Conference congress, which took place between January 16th and 19th this year in San Diego, California. The event, organised by the Society for Modeling & Simulation International, is held annually and focuses especially on simulation technologies for nuclear and fossil-fuelled power stations.
During this edition, more than 150 attendants participated over the 3 days that event lasted, with participants from a number of countries such as Mexico, France, Canada, United States and Spain.
Tecnatom participated with a stand of its own in the exhibition area, where the latest developments in the field of simulation were showcased. The Tecnatom presence was complemented by two papers presented during the cycle of conferences, in the nuclear and fossil fuel areas.
Power Plant SIM is a relevant event in which Tecnatom has consolidated its presence in recent years and in which it will continue to participate in order to support the development of its activities in the United States, Mexico and the rest of Latin America.