INDUSTRY AUTOMATION & CONTROL WORLD EXPO 2019
CHEMTECH will organize Industry Automation & Control World 2019 & concurrent international conference during CHEMTECH World Expo from February 20 – 23, 2019 in Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai, INDIA. The event will provide the automation companies to showcase the latest instruments, advanced automation technologies, process instrumentation & automation, factory automation and digital technologies for chemical processing industries.
The event has planned under the leadership of Mr. R P Natekar, Executive Director- Gas, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. & Chairman IAC +PVF World Expo 2019.
One day conference on the theme “Embracing Digitalization – Applying & Adapting to the Emerging Ecosytems” is scheduled on 22nd February 2019. The program has been structured to understand how the automation industry is aligning the future plans to be globally competitive amidst extreme volatile conditions. The conference will bring together the experts from the industry to deliberate over the topical subjects in focused sessions on: Applying and Adapting Industry 4.0, AI & Big Data and Driving the Business & Operational Outcomes and Panel Discussion around the theme of the conference.
The event will accord the presence of key decision makers and technical experts from the end user industries like – Oil & Gas, Refining & Petrochemicals, Chemicals & Fertilizers, Specialty Chemicals, Pharma manufacturers, Power and Cement industries.
Mr. Ajay SambraniManaging Director, Asia PacificTubacex India Pvt Ltd.
With the intervention of digitization, the plant which was earlier operated by nearly 100 people, now is been looked after by only around 25 employees. There has been a major shift in the way we have been manufacturing products. It has led to change of mindset that there is a scope of bringing automation to the production in tubes and pipes industry which traditionally stayed were from the scope of digitization and automation world.
Mr. K NandakumarCMDChemtrols Industries Ltd
Out of 125 identified sectors, government wants certain sectors in India to be frontrunners. The stress is on Indian Manufacturing sector to be global champion. After due deliberation of over one and half years, from 125 sectors, government has narrowed down on 8 sectors, which includes pumps and valves. The government also deliberated on Instrumentation as upcoming champion industry.
Mr. Ashish GharpureDeputy Managing DirectorAker Solutions India
Digitization is going to bring interesting times for industry as we usher into digital-age. The process industry can look forward to global competition while leveraging Make In India with the support of digitization & IIoT.
Mr. Sandeep SharmaGeneral Manager IndiaEnergy IMI Precision Engineering
Optimising solenoid valve design is important for PST. It increases FFR, thus improving safety. It also Increases flux to spring force ratio reducing spurious trip. One can observe increase in confidence in testing SOV for PST. The testing increases performance of final elements.
Mr. Vivek GuptaAssistant Vice President & Head InstrumentationDCM Shriram Limited
Industry is looking for Connected plants in the present scenario. Technology should be enabler to take more informed decisions and give predictive features so as to avoid forced shutdowns. In fact Digital connectivity feature should be part of all the instruments & sub-systems.
Mr. Nilkanth JatarDirector & Country ManagerAFRISO India Private Limited
Our expections from the exhibitions are that the exhibitiors and the visitors shall have synergy and it is very important that new exhibitors and new visitors show up for the event.