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SCADA for Manufacturing to enhance skills, knowledge within industry

The event is aimed at creating enhanced skills and knowledge in SCADA systems within the industry to benefit the manufacturing sector

To address the current requirement for knowledge and technologies in SCADA systems, IQPC will be hosting the upcoming 2-day SCADA for Manufacturing summit, a industry-led event catering to latest innovations on Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems in the region. It will provide the tools to network with industry leaders and review various technologies that are being adapted and implemented within India’s manufacturing plants. It will be held from May 24-25, 2012 in Chennai, India and will present a unique opportunity for global and regional experts to come together and discuss the latest developments and challenges of SCADA systems.

The summit presents a unique opportunity for global and regional experts to discuss latest developments and challenges of SCADA systems on a common platform. The event also aims to discuss knowledgeable solutions provided by the highest calibre of leaders, including presentation from a mix of instrumentation and automation heads, SCADA professionals and plant managers from the manufacturing industry that will enhance the skills and knowledge within the industry.
According to Priya Jethwa, marketing manager at IQPC Dubai, “These presentations will enhance your skills and knowledge, enabling you to understand new techniques to reduce plant maintenance costs, identify best practice approaches to increase operators’ efficiency as well as improve overall effectiveness of the system to achieve higher product quality. Besides, it would also help generate knowledge on efficient integration techniques to improve communication between the floor and the office, utilise data in the most effective way to maximise productivity and ensure continuous production.”
Improving security  
SCADA would discuss the need for implementing the latest SCADA systems in order to achieve higher efficiencies in their manufacturing units. Adds Ms Jethwa, “One of the most important aspects covered through the course of the summit would be to share information on how to secure your networks against unwanted threats and protect your mission critical information.”
Key speakers at SCADA for Manufacturing would include Kailash Pandey, assistant vice president at Hindalco, K Raveendranath, DGM-Electrical and Instrumentation of India Cements, S Vasudevan, head-Technical and Application Engineering at SEW Eurodrive India and Gladson Baskaran, team leader-Technical Services and Global Engineering at Saint Gobain,  among others.
Priyanka Roy Chowdhury

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