The nuclear industry is undergoing a lot of changes in the face of increasingly subsidized competition, and aging fleet and high operating costs. Despite industry bodies having put together several programs to help utilities minimize their costs and renew plant licenses, the future for civil nuclear remains uncertain. With an unprecedented number of early closures and the constraints of complicated regulations, the time to modernize nuclear plants and make them more efficient and competitive is upon us.
The 3rd AnnualNuclear Plant Digitalization Conference (28-29 November, Charlotte N.C.) is back to help you navigate this complex and evolving industry, and ensure you receive the business-critical information you need to guarantee your place in this industry.
Here is what you can expect at the event:
Define your modernization strategy: Get the inside track on how utilities are undertaking their digital transformation and learn which enablers are key to the improvement and evolution of nuclear plants
Future-proof your operations and maintenance: Key to safe, sustainable and cost-efficient production, hear how embracing digital technologies will reduce nuclear’s O&M footprint
Refine your vision for I&C digital upgrades: Guarantee comprehensive planning and implementation success to allow for faster workflow improvements
Data analytics, predictive maintenance and everything in between: Hear how leaders in analytics, records and configuration management drive drastic efficiency gains across operational plants by improving data availability, utility and visualization
Defence-in-depth cybersecurity strategy: Consolidate your security measures on several levels and learn how industry leaders ensure all digital assets are protected from internal and external impediments
Just a few of the leading experts you can expect to hear from:
Janice Hoerber, Application Development Supervisor Digital Innovation, Ameren
Bradley Adams, VP Engineering, SouthernNuclear
Jason Wight, Director of Engineering and Innovation Hub Leader, OPG
Bill Nowicki, Snr. Evaluator, Institute of Nuclear Power Operations
Robert Austin, Snr Program I&C, Cyber Security & Software Development, Electric Power Research Institute
And our special guests innovation showcase judge:
Max Sperando, Innovation Leader Nuclear Digital Plant, Exelon Nuclear
This leading summit is taking place on 28-29 November at The Hilton Charlotte City Centre, Charlotte, NC, USA.
Reserve your place before 10th August and save $700 >>>
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Join 200+ executives at the leading digitalization summitthis November
Register by Friday 10th August to get an additional LAUNCH discount