Emerson CONNECT online event 2020

Emerson Automation Solutions

Wednesday, 17 June, 2020


Emerson CONNECT online event 2020

Emerson is launching a webinar series, which is the company's first ever congregated online event in Asia Pacific, replicating the success of its Emerson CONNECT event that has been run regionally since 2018.

The company wants to still engage with its customers while maintaining safety through virtual presentations to keep them informed of the latest products and solutions that can serve as alternate solutions to enhance their plant operations when manpower is scarce. The webinar series will span from June to August 2020 over four sessions, each with a duration of three hours. The sessions will cover solutions for top quartile performance in the areas of safety, reliability, emissions and optimised production.

Those attending can expect to learn about the latest technology innovations, best practices and application challenges. The program includes keynote speakers, customer testimonials and solution presentations with case studies. The sessions are suitable for instrument professionals to learn about Emerson’s comprehensive automation technologies and solutions to reduce unplanned downtime, increase plant equipment reliability and maintenance, and open up new opportunities in digital transformation to gain competitiveness.

  • 25 June 2020, 1pm (Singapore Time): Protecting your people, plant and production
  • 8 July 2020, 1pm (Singapore Time): Predict, prevent and profit from advanced automation technologies and strategies
  • 22 July 2020, 1pm (Singapore Time): Energy efficiency — compliance, lower emission and energy cost
  • 5 August 2020, 1pm (Singapore Time): Optimise production and improve plant availability
     

Those wishing to attend can register here.

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