The Northwest Analytics team is excited to be participating the AIChE Spring Meeting. It is the year’s key technical conference for practicing chemical engineers. A wide range of subjects relevant to the current needs of industry is covered. Plus, GCPS covers the critical needs of process safety practitioners more broadly and deeply than any other conference.
The Dow Chemical Company, a Northwest Analytics’ customer, has actively been pursuing Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence (EMI) for a number of years. And with more than 60 installations worldwide, Dow is an industry expert on the subject. They will be talking about their experiences and learnings at the upcoming AIChE Spring Meeting next week in San Antonio, Texas including:
Northwest Analytics’ customer, The Dow Chemical Company, will be a featured speaker at the 21st Annual ARC World Industry Forum in February.
Recognized as one of the global leaders in the application of real-time analytics to manufacturing process data to predict and prevent potential process issues, Dow Chemical’s Mary Beth Seasholtz will drive the discussion about best practices for implementing manufacturing analytics to drive value from existing process data.
The Chemical Industry Leadership Forum drew more than 50 senior management attendees from leading worldwide chemical manufacturers gathered last week (February 3rd) in New Orleans to discuss the challenges of managing manufacturing big data, and offer insights on how the value of that data can be unlocked to improve process efficiency and the bottom line.
ARC Advisory Group has released a new report, "Process Historians Moving Rapidly Toward CPAS Vision". The report examines the industry need and desire to move toward a Collaborative Process Automation System as the core of their manufacturing systems: "They want to be able to harvest any relevant information assets without boundaries in real time and work collaboratively with business counterparts and colleagues at their sites and in other plants us