Industrial data tends to accumulate in siloed systems, and often at rates and densities that can startle systems architects used to enterprise/back office environments! But there are methods and tools that can enable industrial operations to rapidly derive much-needed insights that can drive improvements in areas such as quality, safety, sustainability and reliability.
Novotek‘s Chris Wilson has extensive experience delivering automation and IT solutions into factory and utility environments. In this session he’ll share a practical approach to taming industrial data, illustrating the kinds of results that can be achieved by engineering and IT staff typically in place in such firms . Machine learning, data mashups and predictive analysis tools and techniques are NOT just for specialised IT teams with exotic skills!
This session will be of interest to leaders for IT, Engineering and Continuous Improvement groups within manufacturing and utility firms. Students or recent grads exploring the range of environments where they can put their hard won engineering, maths or computational learning to work may also be interested.