Invensys Operations Management has opened the 2013 User Conference Fremantle in Western Australia.
The conference runs from May 5 to 8.
“This event has developed over more than 10 years from being just a user event to a premier conference that embraces Invensys customers old, new and prospective, identifies industry trends, showcases best practices, creates a positive networking environment and profiles latest solutions in the automation and industrial IT arena," says Keith Marriner, Managing Director, Invensys Australia and New Zealand.
"Not only will participants learn how to capitalise on new economic opportunities that help differentiate themselves in the market, they’ll see innovative new technology that links, informs and accelerates real-time business decisions, making the most of their most valuable and strategic asset—their people—to optimise their business performance.
"Given the current global state of business, there is heightened awareness about the importance of manufacturing to all economies. This event is a great opportunity to see how technology from Invensys can help,” said Mr Marriner.
The conference, being hosted at the Esplanade Hotel Fremantle, features user presentations, case studies and technical training covering SCADA, Business Intelligence, Distributed Control Systems (DCS) and Critical Control and Safety.
"Invensys experts are leading sessions and presenting the latest features and upgrades available on new and existing Invensys products, along with the service and solutions that go with the various industries in the region."
Invensys Hosts User Conference for Australia and New Zealand Customers.The conference has an exclusive session for the Mining and Oil & Gas industries titled “Mine of the Future/Digital Oilfield of the Future”, where the latest trends and technologies currently being applied in mining, ports, oil and gas will be discussed.
These sessions have thought leaders from leading organizations providing insights into globally adopted solutions.
Invensys sources told PACE that the 2013 conference has shown significant growth in attendee numbers compared with the last Invensys User conference held in the Gold Coast in November 2011.
PACE is attending the conference and will offer exclusive analysis on the three-day event.
Image: Keith Marriner, Managing Director, Invensys Australia and New Zealand opens the Demo Alley.