WEBINAR: Creating The Control Room of the Future - Today
Automating Control Room processes and work flows to maximize productivity, EHS and asset performanceRegister
The workload of Control Room Operators is continually increasing in volume and complexity. Right now most control room operators rely on procedures, checklists and rules of thumb during start-ups, shut downs, rate changes, configuration changes and more, resulting in increased human error, loss of efficiency, safety and environmental incidents.
By automating these complex processes and work flows, Control Room Operators are freed up to monitor for maximum asset production and ready to respond to any potential safety or environmental issues.
For those already using Robotic Industrial Process Automation (RIPA), the results have been astounding: increased volumetric throughput by up to 4%, reduced control room operator workload by up to 99% and decreased asset integrity impacts between 35% to 45%.
In this interactive webinar; 'Creating The Control Room of the Future - Today' you will learn:
- Why the role of the Control Room Operators is increasing in complexity, its impact on operations (and what you can do about it!)
- How providing them with automation tools (RIPA) enhances asset production/throughput, safety and environmental performance
- How to build a roadmap to extend control room operations
Don't miss out, secure a spot now for live + on-demand access to listen in on your own time.
MEET THE SPEAKER:
Vicki Knott, CEO and Co-Founder, Crux OCM
Vicki is the CEO and Co-Founder of Crux OCM. She has a full range of experience with an operational background at TransCanada Pipelines. Here she worked in commercial operations, process control engineering, and most importantly, spending significant time in the control room. A chemical engineer with a special interest in system wide operations and control. She utilized her tenacious spirit, along with advanced physics based fundamental methodologies as part of our patented machine Learning process. Closing the loop to enable full RIPA (Robotic Industrial process automation). This ensures that the front-line people (control room operators) can operate energy sector assets in the safest, most profitable way.