AVEVA World Conference Australia announces new sponsors
New sponsors have been announced for AVEVA World Conference Australia to be held on 19–20 November at Howard Smith Wharves, Brisbane. Chief sponsor Schneider Electric has been joined by Electro 80 and AITS Australia.
AVEVA World Conference Australia is a forum for leaders with an interest in the evolving role of connected technology. At the conference, delegates will have opportunities to network face to face with industry peers, process experts and automation professionals.
AVEVA is bringing together users and industry experts to present a variety of application stories, best practices and breakout sessions designed to present new ideas on how organisations can progress their industrial digitalisation journey.
The first day of the conference will present current and future technologies that industrial companies are, and will be, using to transform their businesses. The second day will then bring the conversations one step further and, with a format of workshops, discuss the technical details of the ideas shown the day before. A comprehensive exhibition with real-life demos, from both AVEVA and its partners, will allow delegates to experience how the technology works in reality.
With more than 10 booths in the exhibition area and a full day of technical workshops, delegates will be able to get upskilled on AVEVA’s and the sponsors’ solutions. The Exhibition Area will include demos such as: Unified Operations Centre, Asset Performance Management, Value Chain Optimisation, Digital Engineering, Monitoring & Control, Hybrid Industries and Process Industries.
Those interested can click here for the agenda.
The early bird pricing is over, but it is still possible to receive half price off using the promo code AWCSAVE50.
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