Saturday, September 24, 2016

The automation imperative! Call for Papers!

The Advisory Board of the 4th ISA EMEA Conference, the principal event dedicated to all aspects of process automation, control and instrumentation technologies, is now accepting abstracts for the 2017 conference to be held in Bergamo (I) on 24-25 May 2017.

The 4th ISA EMEA Conference will feature the industry’s most comprehensive multi-track conferences, examining critical aspects of the process automation, control, and instrumentation technologies. Conference tracks, featuring sessions led by the world’s leading experts, will cover critical topics in the areas of instrumentation, communications, control systems, process variables, SCADA, safety, integration, and cybersecurity.
Topics
• Control systems, SCADA
• Communications, networks, data management
• Instrumentation, sensors, peripherals
• Process and functional safety
• Systems integration
• Cybersecurity
Engineers, technicians, and plant managers from the oil and gas, refining, chemical, petrochemical, power and other process industries will gather for two days to network and to learn from these technical presentations.

The conferences run alongside a wide exhibition floor featuring the leading suppliers, sub-suppliers and service providers across the entire automation and control industry value chain.

The conference Advisory Board, made up of key industry experts, will put emphasis on emerging technologies and trends. The conference featuring high–quality papers addressing strategic direction, practical implementation and technical excellence will combine to create an essential guide to the challenges and opportunities in world’s automation and control industry.

The theme for conference is ‘The automation imperative: welcome to the future of the Global Energy Industry’. The conference is an opportunity to take a health check on strategic and technical developments right across the entire automation and control industry value chain.

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