How digitalisation can enhance your plant: Siemens’ free webinar
3 Oct 2017
Digitalisation is impacting the workplace but what businesses want to know is: how much of it actually matters for me?
Siemens’ free webinar on Thursday 2November at 14.00 GMT answers that question, whether you are a digital native or a novice.
‘It's time for new perspectives ... Paving the way toward digital transformation for the process industry’ is presented by Steve Leech, business manager for the Siemens DCS product business within Great Britain and Ireland.
After years spent working across a range of process sectors, he is well placed to understand things from the perspective of the industry end user.
Says Leech: “We are bombarded with data and this is ever increasing as devices get smarter. This is also true for plants operating in the process industries.”
Key to meeting supply chain demands that require firms to be more flexible, scalable, responsive and secure is the ability to integrate data.
Connecting and filtering a mass of information in an instant allows you to obtain concrete knowledge – enabling you to make those informed decisions that impact positively on your facility.
The webinar will provide answers to such questions as:
How is digitalisation impacting the process industries?
What does my business need to do in order to stay competitive?
What are the benefits to me in terms of time, resource and investment?
It will outline how this works in practice – using the example of the Profinet-based SIMATIC PCS 7 V9.0 version of Siemens’ process control system, which encompasses digitalisation right down to field level – and focuses on lifecycle investment and future-oriented opportunities.
The 45-minute session is suitable for current users, end users and for those seeking solution delivery. It includes a 15 minute Q&A session when users will have an opportunity to seek some free Siemens advice from Steve Leech.
Register here for ‘It's time for new perspectives ... Paving the way toward digital transformation for the process industry’.