Industrial Plant Compliance

06th – 07th March, 2017
Brussels, Belgium

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“Outlining The Changing Trends In Industrial Plant Compliance”

“There are around 52,000 large industrial  installations  in  Europe  and  the  emissions  of  just 5 pollutants  from  these industrial installations account for €164 billion in annual health costs, without even considering  the costs in  environmental  damage”

About the Event

The Recent developments in the level of compliance and technological advancement in Industrial Plants has  led to emergence of new challenges as well as opportunities for Industrial Plant Facilities. The additional competition from market has led to heavy pressure on the Industrial plants forcing them exceed their work limits leading more load.

Managing and maintaining these facilities is not an easy job which results in negligence on the part of compliances. Industrial plant, though being a backbone of manufacturing facilities needs to understand the components of compliance and its responsibility towards environment and human life. Being a major contributor of greenhouse gases, the facilities needs to adopt technologies that combats negative impact on environment like removing Co2 from plant streams or Carbon storage.

As the awareness towards environment is increasing people associated with industrial plants need to understand the recent updates of compliances and practical solution that does not affect the functioning as well as reduces the influence on environment.

From construction to functioning of Industrial plant,the developer faces number of hindrances one of them is keeping upto date with new technologies evolving in this sector.

Automation and control system is one of them, Industrial Plant Compliance is a platform catering all the updates and practical knowledge of compliance and technology involved in industrial plant. Understanding the requirements and challenges of the plant is of utmost importance for its smooth functioning.

At the same time with the adoption of modern technology and spreading of automation in industrial plants, there is an increase in the number of cyber breach that has lead to the need for cyber security conformity.Industrial Plant Compliance Conference will set a future perspective of automation and control in Industrial plant. It will provide us with a basic understanding of the environment directives that need to be taken into consideration by the Industries. The conference will reinforce the importance of sustainable development with recent case studies of noncomplianced industrial plants. At the end of the Industrial Plant Compliance Conference, the attendees will gain the latest insights of plant compliances also get to have valuable exposures to the challenges and their practical solutions. The conference is a great opportunity for networking and builds relations with industry experts.

 
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Underlining the Key Issues Arising due to Industrial Emission
  • Addressing Key Regulations needs to be followed by Industrial Plant Facilities
  • Key talks on challenges faced by industrial plant due to change in Emission Trading System
  • Future Of Automation And Control System By Year 2020 in Industrial Plant
  • Stepping Up Towards Green Developments, Adopting Strategies Of Renewable Energy
Fact Check
  • C02 Emission Growth slowed in recent years – Thousand Oaks (A new study points on After a decade of rapid growth in global CO2 emissions, which increased at an average annual rate of 4 percent, much smaller increases were registered in 2012 (0.8 percent), 2013 (1.5 percent) and 2014 (0.5 percent). The trend is sets towards the decline of Co2 in past three years.
  • There are around 52,000 large industrial  installations  in  Europe  and  the  emissions  of  just 5 pollutants  from  these industrial installations account for €164 billion in annual health costs, without even considering   the   costs   in   environmental   damage.
 
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Industrial Plant Compliance is an excellent platform to showcase your company. Through this, you will get the chance showcase your products and services to the distinguished crowd associated with sporting industry.

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Industrial Plant Compliance will benefit you through

  • Raising your corporate profile with international delegates
  • Providing exposure to you and your brand among industrial influencers
  • Connecting with potential business partner and thoughtful leaders
  • Provide opportunity of having face to face conversation with diverse but targeted audience
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KEEPING UP WITH THE INDUSTRY’S VIEWS

Digitising the process of Industrial Plant :- Internet Of Things

Posted on: 24 January 2017

Internet of things is one major technology boost that has surrounded the world of technology. It is been estimated that within 2020 the number of things connected to the internet will be more than 50 billion. The internet has already gone through several changes and this change has helped individuals, society as well as corporates. With the evolution of Internet Of Things, the “Things” here, are expected to interconnect,send information and data enabling to interact and communicate among themselves. This “things” also include Industrial Plants. Adoption of IOT in industrial plants is slowly becoming a high advantage for Industrial managers.

What’s better than taking an update of your machines and inventories no matter where the managers are. Moreover, the possibility of accessibility due to IOT would help managers to have visibility and control on industrial facilities even in the remote areas.

IOT is helping in connecting plant floors with control room and corporate towers making easy to access each floor for decision makers.

According to a report, 70% of the manufacturing professionals are shifting their focus towards IOT by initiating plant floor connected with the control room making the process faster, easier and accessible.

It is true that Industrial plant owners still, hesitate in adopting IOT due to fear of mismanagement and most important due to increasing cases of Cyber breach, but keeping oneself restrained from fruits of IOT in fear of consequences is not a solution. An alternate approach to IOT can help in lowering the chance of cyber breach. Awareness towards these alternate approaches is needed via experts and industrial specialist.

Engaging towards sustainable development by adopting EU’s Industrial Emission Directives

Posted on: 24 January 2017

European Union law towards the environment has grown rapidly in recent past. EU consists of around 300 environmental directives and regulation showing its concern towards the environment. This has obviously led to challenges for emissions producers like industrial plant owners. The Industrial plants account for indirect/ direct highest production of greenhouses gasses. The industry and its product have an impact on the natural resources based on the whole cycle of extraction to creating a finished product. Although it’s impossible to neglect industries as they are the backbone of the economy but pollution and progress can not go hand in hand.

Pollution control has become of utmost important in industrialized countries. To tackle the growing concern of Industrial pollution International body, European Union has adopted strict regulations against them. The EU’s IED (Industrial Emission Directive), through an integrated approach, obliges industrial activities to minimise their polluting emission in the atmosphere. With EU emission trading scheme phase 4,  the emission trading system is going to form more solid formation against emission. Proceeding steps towards sustainable development and adopting green skills in construction as well as management will help in procuring long-term benefits. One needs to have knowledge of regulations and  self-assessment through industrial audits, regular commissioning etc. in order to meet the growing demand of Industrial compliance.

Key Highlights

  • Underlining the Key Issues Arising due to Industrial Emission
  • Addressing Key Regulations needs to be followed by Industrial Plant Facilities
  • Key talks on challenges faced by industrial plant due to change in Emission Trading System
  • Future Of Automation And Control System By Year 2020 in Industrial Plant
  • Stepping Up Towards Green Developments, Adopting Strategies Of Renewable Energy

KEEPING UP WITH THE INDUSTRY’S VIEWS

Digitising the process of Industrial Plant :- Internet Of Things

Posted on: 24 January 2017

Internet of things is one major technology boost that has surrounded the world of technology. It is been estimated that within 2020 the number of things connected to the internet will be more than 50 billion. The internet has already gone through several changes and this change has helped individuals, society as well as corporates. With the evolution of Internet Of Things, the “Things” here, are expected to interconnect,send information and data enabling to interact and communicate among themselves. This “things” also include Industrial Plants. Adoption of IOT in industrial plants is slowly becoming a high advantage for Industrial managers.

What’s better than taking an update of your machines and inventories no matter where the managers are. Moreover, the possibility of accessibility due to IOT would help managers to have visibility and control on industrial facilities even in the remote areas.

IOT is helping in connecting plant floors with control room and corporate towers making easy to access each floor for decision makers.

According to a report, 70% of the manufacturing professionals are shifting their focus towards IOT by initiating plant floor connected with the control room making the process faster, easier and accessible.

It is true that Industrial plant owners still, hesitate in adopting IOT due to fear of mismanagement and most important due to increasing cases of Cyber breach, but keeping oneself restrained from fruits of IOT in fear of consequences is not a solution. An alternate approach to IOT can help in lowering the chance of cyber breach. Awareness towards these alternate approaches is needed via experts and industrial specialist.

Engaging towards sustainable development by adopting EU’s Industrial Emission Directives

Posted on: 24 January 2017

European Union law towards the environment has grown rapidly in recent past. EU consists of around 300 environmental directives and regulation showing its concern towards the environment. This has obviously led to challenges for emissions producers like industrial plant owners. The Industrial plants account for indirect/ direct highest production of greenhouses gasses. The industry and its product have an impact on the natural resources based on the whole cycle of extraction to creating a finished product. Although it’s impossible to neglect industries as they are the backbone of the economy but pollution and progress can not go hand in hand.

Pollution control has become of utmost important in industrialized countries. To tackle the growing concern of Industrial pollution International body, European Union has adopted strict regulations against them. The EU’s IED (Industrial Emission Directive), through an integrated approach, obliges industrial activities to minimise their polluting emission in the atmosphere. With EU emission trading scheme phase 4,  the emission trading system is going to form more solid formation against emission. Proceeding steps towards sustainable development and adopting green skills in construction as well as management will help in procuring long-term benefits. One needs to have knowledge of regulations and  self-assessment through industrial audits, regular commissioning etc. in order to meet the growing demand of Industrial compliance.


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KEEPING UP WITH THE INDUSTRY’S VIEWS

Digitising the process of Industrial Plant :- Internet Of Things

Posted on: 24 January 2017

Internet of things is one major technology boost that has surrounded the world of technology. It is been estimated that within 2020 the number of things connected to the internet will be more than 50 billion. The internet has already gone through several changes and this change has helped individuals, society as well as corporates. With the evolution of Internet Of Things, the “Things” here, are expected to interconnect,send information and data enabling to interact and communicate among themselves. This “things” also include Industrial Plants. Adoption of IOT in industrial plants is slowly becoming a high advantage for Industrial managers.

What’s better than taking an update of your machines and inventories no matter where the managers are. Moreover, the possibility of accessibility due to IOT would help managers to have visibility and control on industrial facilities even in the remote areas.

IOT is helping in connecting plant floors with control room and corporate towers making easy to access each floor for decision makers.

According to a report, 70% of the manufacturing professionals are shifting their focus towards IOT by initiating plant floor connected with the control room making the process faster, easier and accessible.

It is true that Industrial plant owners still, hesitate in adopting IOT due to fear of mismanagement and most important due to increasing cases of Cyber breach, but keeping oneself restrained from fruits of IOT in fear of consequences is not a solution. An alternate approach to IOT can help in lowering the chance of cyber breach. Awareness towards these alternate approaches is needed via experts and industrial specialist.

Engaging towards sustainable development by adopting EU’s Industrial Emission Directives

Posted on: 24 January 2017

European Union law towards the environment has grown rapidly in recent past. EU consists of around 300 environmental directives and regulation showing its concern towards the environment. This has obviously led to challenges for emissions producers like industrial plant owners. The Industrial plants account for indirect/ direct highest production of greenhouses gasses. The industry and its product have an impact on the natural resources based on the whole cycle of extraction to creating a finished product. Although it’s impossible to neglect industries as they are the backbone of the economy but pollution and progress can not go hand in hand.

Pollution control has become of utmost important in industrialized countries. To tackle the growing concern of Industrial pollution International body, European Union has adopted strict regulations against them. The EU’s IED (Industrial Emission Directive), through an integrated approach, obliges industrial activities to minimise their polluting emission in the atmosphere. With EU emission trading scheme phase 4,  the emission trading system is going to form more solid formation against emission. Proceeding steps towards sustainable development and adopting green skills in construction as well as management will help in procuring long-term benefits. One needs to have knowledge of regulations and  self-assessment through industrial audits, regular commissioning etc. in order to meet the growing demand of Industrial compliance.

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