February 15th-February 16th, 2017 | Dallas, TX
Digital Technologies Are Taking Over Power Plants—Ready or Not!
Next-generation digital technologies are already reshaping the power industry, far beyond the capabilities of now-standard distributed control systems. Do you understand the options and what’s at stake?
Terms like Industrial Internet, Industrie 4.0, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Digital Plant, and others are proliferating, but power plants are unlike all other plants. Aside from enabling other industrial plants to operate, power generation facilities are classified as critical infrastructure. That makes understanding the new digital technologies and capabilities especially important. Whatever buzzword you use, now is the time to begin developing your strategic digitization plan—or risk getting caught in a digital buzzsaw.
While other events are organized around new data-driven analytics products and services, the Connected Plant Conference is the only event focused exclusively on the power generation sector. POWER is planning an event that gives you everything you need to get a firm grasp on this new digital operating environment—and only what you need.
Whether you operate power generation assets in regulated or deregulated markets, you know that operating as efficiently as possible is imperative. Regardless of ownership structure, fleet size, or fuel, new digital cloud-computing operational and management tools are now available to help you squeeze more from your investments. Greater connectivity, paired with appropriate data management and analysis, can enable power generation facilities of any size and any technology to address challenges both large and small.
5300 E. Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75206
This upscale boutique hotel is ideally situated between the Park Cities and Lakewood neighborhoods, with a complimentary shuttle within a four-mile radius, The Highland is ideally positioned for your Dallas adventure.
For discounted room rates, please call 855-426-0597 and mention the “Connected Plant Conference” room block.