HOUSTON, September 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Yokogawa Selects Global Thought Leaders To Showcase Successful Transformations From Industrial Automation To Industrial Autonomy (IA2IA) At Its Virtual Global Event, Y NOW 2021. More 2-4 November 2021, eminent experts such as Francisco Betti, Head of Advanced Manufacturing & Production at the World Economic Forum, Michael krauss, senior automation manager at BASF, Andreas Helget, Chairman and CEO of Yokogawa Europe BV, and Dr. Yu dai, Director and Senior Vice President of Digital Solutions Headquarters at Yokogawa Electric Corporation, will virtually share their expertise in focusing digital transformations to enable stand-alone operations.
Expert panels will address the latest key topics of stand-alone operations across multiple industries, including oil and gas, petrochemicals, chemicals, renewables, food and beverage, and water and wastewater. . Jac Opmeer, Senior Automation Engineer at Shell Global Solutions BV and Dave emerson, Vice President, US Technology Center at Yokogawa Corporation of America, hosts a “Fireside Chat” on the Open Process Automation Standard. Yokogawa’s industrial cybersecurity expert, Matt Malone, will lead a discussion on the emerging business risk management strategy for OT cybersecurity with Jerry caponera, vice president of cyber risk strategy at ThreatConnect, Tom finan, cybergrowth leader at Willis Tower Watson, and David Llorens, Director, Risk Consulting at RSM US
“Autonomous operations possess learning and adaptive capabilities that enable automated responses to emerging situations without interaction with the human operator,” said Kevin McMillen, CEO and President, Yokogawa Corporation of America. “With stand-alone operations, customers can quickly adapt to market disruptions and benefit from improved security, increased reliability, increased efficiency, reduced costs and time to market. accelerated. “
According to a global survey conducted by Yokogawa, a majority of companies plan to deploy stand-alone operations by 2030. The survey found that companies are planning significant investments in three key areas, cybersecurity (51%), cloud , analytics and big data (47%), and artificial intelligence (42%). This will allow organizations to make better decisions over a greater scope of control. The virtual event Y NOW 2021 will serve as a guide for carrying out autonomous operations. For more information on Y NOW 2021 and to register for free, please visit https://www.ynowlive.com/.
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