Digitalisation of Process Control - second annual conference by InstMC and SPE Aberdeen
04 May 2020
The second annual conference, jointly organised by InstMC and SPE Aberdeen, will provide a forum for discussing issues surrounding digitalisation with subject matter experts - leaving you with ideas to consider and workable solutions.
11th November 2020, Aker Solutions, Dyce, Aberdeen
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS – DEADLINE 19th JUNE 2020
Digitalisation seems to be the new industry buzzword, but what does it actually mean for the process industry? A need to reduce costs drives our desire for increased efficiency; a new generation of digital technology claims to make this possible. Do the rewards of digitalisation outweigh both the risks and the expenditure? Digitalisation isn’t just about introducing new technology, it often means that systems can be rendered more vulnerable, processes have to be updated, work forces have to be trained, systems have to be successfully integrated and the data captured has to be processed.
The question remains, which technology gives best return on investment? Join InstMC and SPE Aberdeen to discuss the challenges of this increasingly complex industrial landscape.
The second annual conference, jointly organised by InstMC and SPE Aberdeen, will provide a forum for discussing these issues with subject matter experts - leaving you with ideas to consider and workable solutions.
In order to provide a conference which considers the subtleties and real world challenges in implementing new technology to brownfield industrial sites, we ask that presentations consider at least one aspect from three of the four subjects listed below:
1. Cyber Security
2. Process System Control
3. Processes and Procedures
4. Data Usage and Analytics
Potential themes within the above subjects that are of particular interest are listed in the table. Presentations can be targeted at just one subject but must consider a theme from at least 3 subjects to give a rounded view.
In order to further the interactive approach of the conference, we will run 1 hour workshop sessions as part of the day’s programme. If you have a workshop or live demonstration format that you would like to deliver to a group of up to 50 delegates, please highlight this in your abstract submission.
Abstracts will close on 19th June 2020
If you have experience, case histories or live demonstrations to share, then we invite you to submit a short 200 word abstract for formal 20 minute presentations or 5 minute “Techbyte” sessions, which are more sales-oriented presentations.
To submit your abstract email firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline.
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