Gemma Noble, partner, EY
Bob Donnelly, managing director, Return to Scene Ltd
Richard Harvey, global product manager, IMI Precision Engineering
Ronald Holden, divisional director, Servelec Controls
Making its debut in Aberdeen, the ENGenious symposium and exhibition for upstream innovation lands at the AECC on Tuesday September 4. The first ever global event of its kind, it will focus on cutting edge technologies that will help businesses thrive in the changing digital landscape.
EnGenious will bring together representatives from both the offshore and onshore upstream oil and gas industries, and specifically those with a key interest in digital innovations across four key pillars: automation and control systems, data analytics, robotics and smart communications.
Kick start your day with our next Business Breakfast which takes place immediately before the symposium opens its doors and learn how digital advancements are re-shaping the future of upstream activities in exploration and production.
Aberdeen is leading the way as a hub of innovation and this breakfast will provide you with a better understanding of exactly what advances are taking place and give indications to how the industry may look in the future.
Who will you hear from?
Aberdeen-based Return to Scene (R2S) is leading the digital trend in the region with its groundbreaking innovations in augmented reality (AR) and is making considerable digital impacts in the industry.
Managing director Bob Donnelly will explore how the company’s recent development R2S AR is making significant impacts in the offshore industry along with displaying how the combination of augmented and mixed reality technology can reap significant benefits.
From augmented to physical, emergency shut down (ESD) valves are designed to stop the flow of a hazardous fluid upon detection and are essential to the oil and gas industry. Despite ESD valves being crucial to the industry, they give little indication and limited information on underlying conditions that may cause potential issues.
Richard Harvey will discuss how IMI Precision Engineering’s simple non-invasive method monitors valve closure which further enables operators to uncover faults through extensive test coverage and increase confidence in ESD performance and safety.
The unleashing of the digital revolution has truly impacted everyday life. Where using new technologies to make our lives simple is straight forward, cultivating advances within the business world takes imagination and time to ensure there’s capacity.
Servelec’s divisional director Ronald Holden will present on the use of real-time information systems within business and how adopting a progressive data model can transform a big idea to reality which will deliver value to customers.
*Please note, this breakfast does not include access to the ENGenious Symposium. If you would like to attend ENGenious after this breakfast your place can be booked here.
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Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC)
Bridge of Don
- Member Rate: £35.00 +VAT | Non Member Rate: £50.00 +VAT
- Places available