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ITS is Exhibiting at the NEPIC Best Practice in Industrial Asset Management Conference

16 October 2019


Industrial Technology Systems Ltd (ITS) is exhibiting at this year’s NEPIC Best Practice in Industrial Asset Management Conference, taking place on 20th November at Hardwick Hall in Sedgefield.

ITS will be promoting its range of asset management solutions at the event. ITS’ asset management systems are designed to reduce engineering time, whilst proving intuitive navigation, visualisation and asset traceability. Fault Detection and Diagnostics (FDD) or energy management metrics within the distributed assets can easily be embedded in the solutions, which can be defined, designed and implemented according to the ISA-95 standard.

2019 sees the return of this highly successful event and a host of new speakers and topics showcasing cross-sector best practice to drive forward improvements in productivity, reliability and safety.

During the day the presentations and exhibitions will demonstrate transferable lessons from various companies across the manufacturing spectrum, that Production and Engineering Managers can apply to their own operations, as well as showcasing the broad range of asset management capabilities that are available within the region.

The year’s conference will explore the following themes:

  • Overall asset management philosophy and planning
  • Best practice sharing including learning from other sectors
  • Improving Safety and Efficiency in asset management

Confirmed speakers to date include:

  • SA Partners
  • HFL
  • Sellafield
  • Advisian, part of Worley Parsons
  • Veolia
  • ABB
  • Frazer Nash
  • EnerMech
  • Focul
  • Axiom Engineering Associates
  • Cogent Skills
  • Evolution MRO
  • The Academy of Joint Integrity part of the Flexitallic group
  • Sellafield

For further details regarding the event, please visit https://www.nepic.co.uk/event/best-practice-in-industrial-asset-management/


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