WEBINAR: How to Expedite Operator Training & Increase Situational Awareness with Next Generation SCADA Design
How can modern, highly contextualized HMI/SCADA design best practices alleviate the strain experienced by operators? Join us online January 21 to find out.
Learn how taking a digital and video-based approach to operator training reinforces organizational knowledge and reduces overall learning time; and how highly contextualized HMI/SCADA design can alleviate much of the strain experienced by operators, uncovering important actionable information.
With greater adoption of digital technologies into process environments, operators are under increasing strain to monitor and do more with the same or even fewer resources. When incorporated into traditional HMI/SCADA design techniques, this flood of information without appropriate context reduces situational awareness, putting operators on the spot to decide which information matters most at any given time. As a result, nearly half of all unplanned incidents in the plant are the result of human error.
To complicate matters, it frequently takes up to two years for operators to master proficiency. With the average term of employment under two years and many skilled operators retiring, many operations rarely function at maximum proficiency. There is a growing need to not only expedite operator training, but also improve the software interface design used to manage operations.
Join us January 21, 2021 and learn how to:
- Reduce the time it takes to get frontline workers up to speed
- Increase consistency across operations
- Focus operators on value-driving actionable information
- Improve situational awareness and decrease human error
Meet the speaker - John Krajewski, Sr. Director Product Management, Monitoring and Control, AVEVA
John has 25+ years of experience in industrial automation and control systems. After acquiring a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Delaware, John began his career working as a Control System Engineer in the potable water industry. Subsequently, John worked as an Application Engineer for a System Integrator who primarily focuses on the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. He joined Invensys Wonderware in April 2000 as a Senior Application Developer in the Product Marketing Department. Shortly thereafter, John assumed the role of Product Marketing’s Functional Manager of Infrastructure. John Spent 5 years as a Domain Architect with responsibilities for architectural and functional definition of InTouch and ArchestrA technologies. For the past 10 years John has served in multiple Product Management roles for AVEVA HMI/Supervisory Control products.
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