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U s e r s C o n f e r e n c e
Partnering with Industry for a Brighter Future
October 3 – 6, 2016...
Industry Applications
•	 Fine or Specialty Chemicals
•	 Refining / Petrochemicals
•	 Upstream Offshore
•	 Upstream Onshore...
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Yokogawa Users Conference and Exhibition


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Yokogawa Users Conference and Exhibition for 2016 will take place October 3 - 6 in Orlando, FL. In addition to keynote speakers and pre-conference technical sessions, there will be technology platform sessions and workshops and sessions covering optimization and services.

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Yokogawa Users Conference and Exhibition

  1. 1. a n d e x h i b i t i o n U s e r s C o n f e r e n c e Partnering with Industry for a Brighter Future October 3 – 6, 2016 • Orlando, Florida A few of the available sessions and workshops: Join your colleagues, network with your peers, mingle with Yokogawa experts, visit with Yokogawa’s value-added suppliers and share your experience and expertise at the 2016 Users Conference and Exhibition to be held October 3 – 6 in Orlando, Florida at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld hotel. This year’s program offers a host of opportunities to learn more about Yokogawa solutions and how they can assist in achieving safe, reliable, and profitable operations in your facility. Partnering with Industry for a Brighter Future Why Attend? The Yokogawa Users Conference and Exhibition will include inspiring daily keynotes, informative technical sessions, training workshops, essential application sessions, panel discussions, and hands-on demonstrations. Check the website for updates. Register by July 30th for Early Bird Savings! Pre-Conference Technical Standards Sessions • Industrial Cybersecurity (ISA-99) • Process Safety Lifecycle Management (ISA-61511) • Wireless Infrastructure in Industrial Automation (ISA-100) • Enterprise-Control System Design Integration (ISA-95) • HMI Design Best Practices (ISA-101) Technology Platform Sessions and Workshops • Best Practices for Instrumentation • Batch Control • Changing Best Practices in Flue Gas Analysis • Agile Project Execution • Safety System Monitoring • Wireless Technology Optimization and Services Sessions • Alarm Management Solutions • Operator Training Simulation • Cybersecurity • Asset Management • Improving Energy Performance • Yokogawa Lifecycle Services Featured Keynote Frank Abagnale Abagnale’s life story inspired the film “Catch Me If You Can”
  2. 2. Industry Applications • Fine or Specialty Chemicals • Refining / Petrochemicals • Upstream Offshore • Upstream Onshore • Food & Beverage • Pulp & Paper • Other Industries Product Use Sessions • System Platforms (CENTUM VP, ​ProSafe-RS, Stardom) • Instruments (Flow, Pressure, Temp) • Analytics (pH, Conductivity, GC, NIR, TDLS, etc.) • Network Solutions (Recorders, Data Acquisition, Single Loop Controllers, PLCs, etc.) • Productivity Software Solutions -- Manufacturing Operations Management -- Modular Procedural Automation -- Historians -- Advanced Process Control -- Asset Management -- Alarm Management -- Operator Training Simulators -- Energy Management Application Sessions • Process Safety Management • Networking • Cybersecurity • Bus Technologies • Upgrades/Migration • Alarm Management • Advanced Decision support • HMI Considerations • Modular Procedural Automation • Batch Management • Simulation Business Sessions • Why Automate? • How do You Justify Automation Projects? • Lifecycle Considerations • ROI – Where’s the Line? • Custody Transfer – How is it Done? • Regulatory Influence • Other Deadlines Submit title and abstract (50-100 words) by July 30, 2016 to: Final Presentations due September 25, 2016 Share your knowledge and experience in any of these areas: The presentation portion of the conference provides a forum for you and your peers to present how you have applied solutions to meet your automation challenges. Presentations should describe applied knowledge, best practices, implementation guidelines, success stories and lessons learned in the use of Yokogawa products and solutions. The goal is to expose users to different companies, industries, and practical applications to gain additional knowledge in addressing their automation needs. Call for Presentations Conference fees waived for presenters! Full access to exhibition, sessions, workshops, meals, and hospitalities