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Countries across the world are joining together in the global initiative to be climate neutral by 2050. Corporate Knights magazine focuses on how companies, markets and governments are advancing their social and environmental sustainability worldwide. They are encouraging businesses to action strategies for zero net carbon results with their "Global Ranking Index", which lists the world's most sustainable corporations.
Schneider Electric have made no.1 this year. Gareth O'Reilly, Zone President Pacific at Schneider Electric will elucidate just how they achieved this, as they actively support this collective effort for a cleaner future. Furthermore, he will also share with you how they help companies reach their "green manufacturing" goals through digital innovation.
Also, Prof. Francois Ladouceur will talk about Optical power sensors for the next generation electricity distribution network, focusing on a 'spin off' Telemetry System from UNSW, it's directive is monitoring in hazardous environments and harnesses the benefits of an optical sensing network without replacing your conventional sensors including high bandwidth, intrinsic safety, electromagnetic interference immunity, long distance coverage and ability to multiplex over a single optical fibre.
Then, Norman Pon will cover AVEVA I Performance Intelligence | Cloud and Edge Data storage. With the substantial growth in IIOT sensor devices, creating data that can be sent directly to the Edge or the Cloud and to traditional Process Control Systems (PCS) is vital. Norman will take you through Cloud options and how the data can be used for AI, Machine Learning and Analytics. Thus, empower people behind their industries to engineer smarter, operate better and drive efficiency in a sustainable manner.
Lastly, how Schneider Electric collaborate with partners and end-users to harness the power of our ecosystem, to deliver solutions and expertise that accelerate the digital transformation to Industry 4.0, while optimizing engineering, operations and performance.
*IICA NSW will be following current Covid practices*
Free for Members
$25pp for Non Members
*ALL MUST PRE-REGISTER TO ATTEND BY 20TH APRIL*