SmartSignal Summit ’06 announced
SmartSignal announced that its “Summit ’06: New Ideas for Peak Performance” will be held Sept. 18%%MDASSML%%20, 2006 at Swissotel in Chicago, IL
Hosted by SmartSignal Corp., a provider of equipment-performance-improvement solutions, the three-day conference will bring together an unparalleled group of industry thought leaders, infrastructure partners and operations executives to explore new ideas for peak performance. During interactive breakout sessions, companies from the Power Generation; Oil and Gas; Aerospace and Defense; and Pulp and Paper industries will share their experiences of how predictive analytics solutions increase equipment reliability, availability, efficiency and compliance. This cross-pollinating of experiences across industries is one of the key benefits of the Summit.
The Summit promises to share how leading-edge Fortune 500 companies and others are implementing the latest innovations to decrease unplanned maintenance, optimize planned maintenance, avoid catastrophic failure, decrease spare-part inventory, conquer data overload, effectively leverage lean staffing, maximize aging workforce and equipment, maximize return on investment and substantially increase profits.
The industry-leading presentations, primarily from operating companies, will include:
A new vision for Performance, Monitoring & Diagnostic Centers
Extending Plant & Asset Life
Key Performance Indicators for asset management
An examination of energy prices and coping strategies that leading companies are using
Business process strategies for supporting virtual M&D Centers
Changing the vendor relationship to inspire new ideas to help solve perplexing problems
Plant and fleet-wide case histories.
Daniel Yergin, CEO, Cambridge Energy Research Associates
Dr. Jun Zha, Chief Technology Officer, State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC), who has responsibility for the reliability of China’s electric utility transmission, distribution and generation power plants
Daniel Krueger, Partner, Accenture.
The Summit will attract executives and senior managers from the aerospace, offshore platforms, power generation, process manufacturing and refining industries. Keynote speakers include:
- Events & Awards
- Magazine Archives
- Oil & Gas Engineering
- Salary Survey
- Digital Reports
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