The longstanding challenge in streamlining operations and improving process automation to achieve optimal operations has never been more pressing than in recent years. Companies from the offshore and energy sectors, to chemical manufacturing plants and the utilities sectors all seek to achieve greater outputs, greater OPEX savings and reduced energy costs in order to stay competitive in the long term. This quest to improve plant process performance with increased productivity and lower maintenance and operation costs has driven them to seek new applications and innovative solutions to realise operational reliability and sustainability, and better process automation results.
The Plant Process and Safety Conference, to be held from 22 - 23 November 2011 at Suntec Singapore, targets to delve into these current challenges and offer many expert insights to industry professionals through various case studies and presentations to be shared by industry practitioners and industry experts.
The two-day conference comprises three critical sessions - Operations Reliability & Sustainability, Process Automation and Plant Safety. Delegates can look forward to an in-depth case study on how optimising operation costs (OPEX) can lead to significant savings, updates on WirelessHART (IEC 62591) the international standard for wireless in process applications, and key topics on design solutions, process engineering and process control systems on day one.