How operational experts can accelerate sustainability goals
Data – Efficiency – Sustainability
With sustainability becoming an increasingly crucial topic, companies in the process manufacturing industries are heavily investigating how to best meet and be prepared for that challenge. One part of the answer lies in data-driven insights and digitalization. Another is making every employee more efficient in using data to explore and find additional ways to contribute to the sustainability goals.
Leveraging the value of operational data for immediate insights is illustrated across industry sustainability-related challenges. From operational, manpower, and energy efficiencies to asset reliability and regulated environmental compliance requirements.
There are areas where sensor-generated production data can easily accelerate your sustainability goals, such as reducing emissions, preventing water pollution, improving energy efficiency, and increasing asset reliability while maintaining overall profitability. It requires the enablement of the workforce to work easily with all the data to find faster new areas for improvements.
TrendMiner wants to inspire the industry to have everybody use operational data more efficiently for working toward a more sustainable future.
Therefore we will bring thought-leading content, blog posts, and inspirational use cases to you via three knowledge hubs; WaterLab, EnergyLab, and DataScienceLab focusing on lighthouse cases. Get inspired and learn how advanced data analytics can empower every operational expert to contribute toward a sustainable future while at the same time keeping a clear eye on organizational targets.
We are convinced that by copying a mentality of ‘standardisation and replication’, one can swiftly adopt for example exception-based monitoring and automated deviation notifications associated with such ‘sustainability’ based targets. This provides the systematic basis for multi-asset rollout or wider global rollout of TrendMiner, referenced across other industries.
Who should attend?
Process Engineers & Controlers
Industry 4.0 Leaders
Operational Digitalization Managers
- Learn how sensor generated data can help you reach your organisational goals in water & wastewater treatment
- See how advanced analytics can accelerate your energy transition and reduction objectives
- Putting the data models in the hands of operational experts brings the promises of industry 4.0 at your fingertips
Can’t attend at this time?
Even if you cannot attend, do not miss out and register for the webinars; we will email you the recorded version after the event so you can watch it at a more convenient time.
Data Analytics Engineer
Louis Nitzschke is a Data Analytics Engineer at TrendMiner and part of the Customer Success team in the DACH region. He utilizes his degree in chemical and bioprocess engineering to support users along their analytics journey. He wants to help customers to use data for a more sustainable future and has focused specifically on water and wastewater treatment use cases.
Data Analytics Engineer
Sabine Pietruch is a Data Analytics Engineer at TrendMiner. She has a chemical engineering degree. As part of the Customer Success team in the DACH region, she supports TrendMiner users on their analytics journey and strives to close the gap between process engineers and data scientists.
Data Analytics Engineer
David Merschhoff is a Data Analytics Engineer at TrendMiner and part of the Customer Success team in the DACH region. He utilizes his degree in chemical engineering to support users along their analytics journey. He wants to help customers to use data for a more sustainable future and has focused specifically on energy use cases.
Customer Success Manager
Charlotte Fischer is a Customer Success Manager at TrendMiner where she helps companies and software users become successful with their self-service analytics programs. She previously was a project engineer at Blücher GmbH, where she specialized in water treatment with activated carbon. Charlotte earned a master’s degree in Biochemical Engineering at TU Dortmund and an MBA with a focus on Process, Quality, and Digital Change Management at FOM Cologne.
Head of Customer Success D/A/CH
Laura Linnig is Head of Customer Success DACH at TrendMiner ensuring that our customers will get the best support from her team making them successful with their investment in TrendMiner. Being a Customer Success Manager herself she is passionately working towards delivering tangible and meaningful outcomes in mutual understanding with our customer base. Working for +20 years in knowledge & change management, communication, and innovation-related roles in the IT industry fostering an environment for knowledge exchange & learning comes as second nature to her.