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Beckhoff Automation and EPLAN present Process 4.0 the first ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ seminar in South Africa for process industries.

June 2018 News

The 2018 Breakfast Seminar Series is aimed at industry segments such as: oil & gas production, petrochemicals, chemicals, water & wastewater management, food & beverage, metals, mining, plastics, woodworking, pharmaceuticals and biotech, print and pulp & paper.

Beneficiaries include process plant operators, system integrators, planners of plants and all-round enthusiasts in process automation, especially with the US’s HazLoc Certification requirements.

Process 4.0 is the next generation of process automation. During the seminar the following topics will be covered: Integration of HART devices through FDT/DTM into PC-based control systems; ultra-thin integration of intrinsically-safe field devices; multi-touch control panels and panel PCs for hazardous locations; big data analytics and remote data access in the cloud.

This 2018 Process Breakfast Seminar Series will take place on the following dates:

• 23 July – Durban Country Club, Durban

• 25 July – D’Aria, Cape Town

• 31 July – The Fairway Hotel, Johannesburg

Attendance is free of charge and will earn 0.5 CPD points. Register via www.instrumentation.co.za/Process4.0Seminar

For more information contact Aimée Schumacher, Beckhoff Automation, +27 (0)11 795 2898, aimees@beckhoff.co.za, www.beckhoff.co.za or Marietjie Daubert, EPLAN, +27 (0)11 609 8294, daubert.m@eplan.co.za, www.eplan.co.za



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