3rd Annual Connected Plant Conference

Harnessing Digital Tools to Drive Success

February 19-21, 2019  |  Charlotte, NC

Hosted by POWER and Chemical Engineering, the Connected Plant Conference is designed specifically to address the emerging trends and applications around digitalization in the chemical process and power generation industries. Advances in data analyses, simulation, modeling, modern sensors, virtual reality, mobile applications, computer networks, predictive instrumentation and more are empowering companies to make great strides both technologically and in their business models.

Benefits of Attending:

Increase your operational efficiency

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.

Network with the industry’s early adopters

Meet generators who have adopted the latest connected plant tools. The speaker line-up will provide access to power generators and chemical plants that have adopted the latest digital monitoring, diagnostic, analytics, Industrial Internet of Things, and decision-support technologies.

Discuss solutions for challenges at your plant

Tell vendor representatives what challenges you face and what capabilities are on your wish list. Get a firm grasp on the new digital operating environment and what solutions will work for your plant.

Did you miss the TrendMiner Presentation? 


Data Analytics Engineer Sunny Dixit presented “Fueling Continuous Improvement with Self-Service Analytics” on Wednesday, Feb 20th during the Chemical Engineering track.

Sunny demonstrated how self-service analytics provides a new approach by providing industrial process data analytics to subject matter experts throughout the organization. Through various customer cases, he showed how to visualize a process historian’s time-series data, overlay similarly matched historical patterns, and enrich it with data captured by engineers and operators. 

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Prep for Connected Plant 2020 is already underway! Visit the Connected Plant website and register to stay up to date as more information comes available.