Flow Optimized Control Using Sensors
The smart integration of sensors, computing power and control valve in one instrument. What possibilities and advantages does this give in the field? The new development explained.
The continuously evolving technologies around us require adaptation from both humans and machines. Every day, consumers benefit from new technologies and development. Consumer devices are extremely user-friendly and easy to use without the need for in-depth training or extensive knowledge about the technology going on under the hood.
A new way of control
This evolution is also visible in the process industry. We are in times of aging where the "new generation" has to cope with advanced technologies in the field of sensors, controls, communication and data processing. By using proven sensor (KROHNE) and control (SAMSON) technology combined with Machine Learning (AI) we are able to FOCUS on a new way of control.
This webinar offers insights on the harmonious convergence of these technologies in combination with the use of AI in the process industry.
Afterwards you know:
- Why FOCUS-ON
- The 4 in 1 evolution
- Industry 4.0 revolution
- Digital Twin "The Disruption"
- Diagnostics & Alarms
From 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., there will be a final panel discussion where you can submit your own questions to the speakers.
Speaker: Juan Keuzenkamp, Business Development Leader at FOCUS-ON
Moderator: FHI | FOCUS-ON
Date: Thursday, 8 April 2021
Duration: 30 min.
Instrumentatie & Analyse | FLOW
This webinar is part of the "Instrumentation & Analysis theme days: the practice of... ". These online knowledge days are spread over four mornings. Experts cover the most important measurement and analysis principles. Each morning, 1 subject will be central with attention for both the technical aspects and the new developments. There is also room for questions in an interactive panel discussion.
Thursday 8 April: the practice of FLOW measurement
Thursday 27 May: the practice of PRESSURE & TEMPERATURE measurement
Thursday 16 September: the practice of LEVEL measurement
Thursday 14 October: the practice of ANALYSIS methods