Sponsored by AIS, ISA Italy, ISA and Emea, the 3rd edition of Automation Instrumentation Summit will take place from 17 to 18 June 2020 at Palazzo Bovara, in Corso Venezia 51, Milan.
With a growth of over 30% at the exhibition level compared to the previous edition and over 1200 highly profiled visitors, Automation Instrumentation Summit is an event particularly targeted to engineers, technicians and plant managers of refineries, chemical plants, petrochemical plants, Oil & Gas, energy and industries of process.
A new format of two days dedicated to networking, with an exhibition area, B2B lounges and a very high level professional update through conferences, seminars and workshops that will see the participation of international and national speakers.
The main companies in the sector will attend to participate in the conference sessions and to exchange opinions and best practices. The exhibition section will be a high-level opportunity to create synergies between participants and technology providers.
A new location
One of the most interesting news concerns the locations, selected among some of the most important historical buildings in the centre of Milan. The organizer chose a flagship location: Palazzo Bovara, one of the most important neoclassical palaces in Lombardy (for further information you can click HERE).
During the Summit, leading companies and industry experts will present trends, innovations and best practices focused on cybersecurity, safety, IoT, Machine Learning, Industry 4.0, monitoring, analysis and measurement instrumentation, control technologies, industrial communication and wireless networks. Power, Renewables, Oil&Gas, Chemical-pharmaceutical, Food, Critical Infrastructures, Metrology and Process Industry in general will be the most affected application sectors.
Absolute novelty, in line with the organizational and relational models outlined by the current digital revolution, will be some events related to productivity, leadership, corporate welfare and organizational well-being.
In addition to the ASI - ISA network, the high scientific and technological profile of the event is ensured by a first-class Scientific Committee as well as players and partners and by the likes of Saudi Aramco, Saipem, Politecnico di Milano, Università Complutense di Madrid, to name but a few. The scientific committee of international experts will issue the call for papers by the end of the year.
Exclusive contents, selected by the Scientific Committee, will be presented during the conferences through the papers concerning the most interesting innovations and best practices. Among the main ones:
- Asset Management
- Business Consulting
- Control Technology
- Control Engineering
- Industrial Communication
- Digital Transformation
- Green and blue economy
- IT (Information Technology) / OT (Operational Technology)
- Industrial Sensors, Measurement, Instrumentation
- Process Automation
- Renewable Energy
The Automation Instrumentation Week
The real surprise, in contrast to the current trend, is the overall duration of the event. The two-day event is in fact part of the Automation Instrumentation Week, a wide series of exhibitions, scientific, informative and educational events in the round, including a
visit to some production plants. This is the calendar:
- 15-16 June 2020 - Training days
- 17-18 June 2020 - Automation Instrumentation Summit (Conference and Exhibition)
- 19-20 June 2020 - District Leaders Council
- 21 June 2020 - Tour on automation application sites
For contacts and information:
Automation Instrumentation Summit: www.automationinstrumentation.com