Information Webinar on Task XVIII
Start date 2021-03-29 14:00
End date 2021-03-29 15:30
Digitalization, Artificial Intelligence and Related Technologies for Energy Efficiency and GHG Emissions Reduction in Industry
Target group: Interested parties in the field of digitalization and/or in the application of digitalization and artificial intelligence in large industrial GHG emitter sectors (e.g., oil refining, iron & steel, forestry, minerals & mining)
Time: Monday 29 March 2021, 14.00-15.30 (CET) = 08.00-09.30 (EDT)
Online platform: The link will be distributed to registered participants
Whether it is generated from renewable or non-renewable sources, the efficient use of energy is recognized as one of the main pillars to achieve a sustained reduction of GHG emissions in the industry. Energy-intensive process sectors such as the mining and smelting, oil and gas, or forestry are increasingly incorporating advanced systems to capture data across the supply chain in order to enhance operational, tactical, and business decisions. Task XVIII of the Industrial Energy-Related Technologies and Systems (IETS) program has the objective to assemble a network of industrial, research and academic leaders in the fields of digitalization and AI, with the common goal of advancing knowledge and development of digitalization, artificial intelligence and related technologies to improve the economic and environmental performance of targeted energy and GHG-intensive industries.
Task XVIII is organizing two Information Seminars to present an overview of sub-Tasks recently developed with potential participants.
- Sub-Task 2: Methods and Application of Digital Twins
- Sub-Task 3: Lessons learned and Value Created with Digitalization
- Sub-Task 4: Digitalization Implementation Roadmaps in Industry
To participate in one of the sessions, please follow the link above. A full agenda will be distributed to registered participants, along with links to join the online platform.
For more information, please contact:
Mouloud Amazouz, Task XVIII Manager