TOPIC: Real Life Examples of Data Analytics Improving Processes
We have all heard about the power of data analytics in our everyday lives but the uptake of this technology within the process industry is slower than you might expect.
Sherif will present a real-life case study on how data analytics was used to improve quality and reduce waste on an industrial process plant and will talk through the stages of that project and how it was achieved.
TOPIC: Opportunities for Digitised Systems Engineering in the Process Industries
Systems engineering encompasses the digitisation of tacit and explicit knowledge in the form of structured requirements management. A key objective of systems engineering is the effective management of change throughout the life-cycle of an asset.
Mark’s presentation will describe the basics of systems thinking and its applicability to the complex systems-of-systems found in a typical process or petrochemical facility.
TOPIC: How a Nation State Cyber Attack Affected 30,000 customers, 5,800 Wind to Energy Converters supplying energy to 7.5 million homes just 1 hour before Russia invaded Ukraine.
Tekgem’s Managing Director will take you through the details of a major cyber security attack that had dramatic consequences for the process industry supplying renewable energy for up to 7.5 million homes across central Europe.
TOPIC: Regulating The Internet of “vulnerable” Things
Today’s world is hyperconnected, and organisations are under pressure to collect, collate, analyse and share data in a smart and seamless way. However, smart and secure are often not synonymous with each other.
The Internet of Things (“IoT”) is becoming an increasingly prominent and important facilitator of hyperconnectivity.
TOPIC: A Case Study on Delivering a Digital Biopharm Facility
Today’s world is hyperconnected, and organisations are under pressure to collect, collate, analyse and share data in a smart and seamless way. However, smart and Initially started in 2014 for scheme design, GSK has now finished construction and validation of a new £100m Aseptic liquid fill, Biopharm manufacture and fill finish facility at the Barnard Castle site. This presentation will cover the journey in delivering this facility, the successes and the failures encountered along the way, and share the learnings in getting the facility approved for patient supply.
TOPIC: Reality Capture and the Industrial Metaverse
Many people now refer to the world entering the fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0). The Luminous Group has developed a suite of complementary solutions that help large manufacturing organisations across the energy and petrochemical sector harness the power of new technologies.
This delivers unparalleled efficiency and vital cost savings, improved knowledge retention and knowledge transfer while reducing travel costs and overall environmental impact.
TOPIC: Labman Automation a Digital Company
An introduction to Labman Automation, manufacturers of custom robotic, instrument and software solutions for many industrial, laboratory and medical applications. The presentation will cover examples of how Labman have embraced digitalisation and how this has helped to provide cutting edge automation solutions.
TOPIC: The Connected Worker at Mitsubishi Chemical
Anna and Patrick will both be presenting for Mitsubishi Chemical.
They will detail the implementation of The Connected Worker project at Mitsubishi Chemical Speciality Polymers & Resins.
The presentation will detail the techniques and approach taken in making sure the solutions implemented deliver on the requirements of the end user.
TOPIC: Digital Transformation: Practicalities of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in the Regulated Industries
Any organisation keen to secure the benefits of embracing and implementing digital infrastructure and capabilities will at some point start to explore Artificial Intelligence(AI) and Machine Learning (ML).
This session will look at different AI and ML approaches and the situations in which they are typically used, consider common pitfalls, risks and their mitigation and look beyond the initial project implementation to the operational phase.
TOPIC: Immersive technologies
and experience innovation
Any organisation keen to secure the benefits of embracing and implementing digital infrastructure and capabilities will at Immersive technologies have enormous potential to transform the way we work, live, and learn. Technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, haptics, holograms, and an expanding range of immersive tools that use and enhance natural senses are well known for gaming and consumer use.