Control Rooms Conference 2013 details unveiled

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OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN PRODUCING CONFERENCES FOR THE ASSET AND CONTROL INDUSTRY
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At the Control Rooms Conference you will discover how to:

  • Reduce human error and design collaborative working environments through ergonomic principles
  • Seamlessly upgrade legacy systems and migrate control and safety systems
  • Integrate wireless technologies, tablets and video walls into the control room and apply the necessary security safeguards
  • Improve alarm handling, data management and implement revisions of standards such as EEMUA 191 and 201
  • Develop brownfield sites and modify the HMI to support the operator’s role and improve data access
  • Improve cyber security, manage patching and reduce the threat of malware and viruses
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The Control Rooms Conference is unique:

  • The only pan-European Control Rooms event with CR professionals from UK, Norway, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Germany. Plus recent attendees from Israel, UAE and USA
  • The only cross-industry conference regularly attracting delegates from oil and gas, transport, manufacturing/chemical, mining, power, water, technology, consultancy, public sector/emergency
  • 80+ attendees every year including Human Factors Specialists, Ergonomists, Project Managers, C&I Engineers and Control Room Supervisors

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Previous attendees have said…

“Interesting to identify common points between industries about human factors and control rooms. Useful for opening your mind on 21st Century CR, standards and remote operation.”
P Chevalier, EDF France

“Excellent event. Good standard of speakers throughout.”
J Mansi, National Grid

End-User Perspectives from:

Mark Cracknell, Traffic Technology Team Leader, Transport for London
Tamsyn Edwards, Human Factors Specialist, NATS
Mark Roberts, CE&I Responsible Engineer, TMF Project, Urenco
John Mansi, Business Consultant, National Grid
Stephen Perman, Head ESD Strategy and Common Services, NATS
Tim Madgwick, Deputy Chief Constable, North Yorkshire Police
Andy Geddes, C&I Engineer, Scottish Power

PLUS technical insights from:

Guy van Wijmeersch, Director U&P, Manager Design and Customisation, Barco
Neville A. Stanton, Chair, Human Factors Transportation Research Group and School of Civil Engineering and the Environment, University of Southampton
Andrew Lichnowski, Senior Engineer, EEMUA

Full speaker line-up

Book Separately for:
Human Factors Focus Day
Reviewing user-centred designs and operations in the control room
Wednesday 27th November 2013

Join this one day seminar to discuss:

  • Incorporating human factors in the design process to improve control room efficiency
  • The changing role of the operator in today’s evolving control room
  • Achieving KPIs and improving performance
  • Reducing human error through safeguards

More information here

Go online , or call +44 (0)20 7017 5518

Event Sponsors

If you are interested in showcasing your products or services to a cross-sector control audience through various sponsorship or exhibition opportunities please contact Joseph Cleary on +44 (0) 20 7017 4828 or joseph.cleary@informa.com

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