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AVEVA demonstrates Industrial Information’s Key Role in Sustainable Industrial Growth

AVEVA demonstrates Industrial Information’s Key Role in Sustainable Industrial Growth

May 26, 2022 3:24 pm

In-person AVEVA PI World conference explores how information supports innovation across the industrial ecosystemby enabling the connected industrial economy.

AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software driving digital transformation and sustainability, showed how information – contextualized industrial data – is fundamental to sustainable growth across the energy, manufacturing, and infrastructure sectors while unveiling its product roadmap to industry leaders and partners at the AVEVA PI World conference in Amsterdam.

“Information-led innovation provides a proven and responsive pathway to industrial growth at a critical time when the business landscape has been reshaped by turbulence and risk.Business leaders face increased sustainability compliance requirements,retiringworkforces, and the ever-

Data is being created at exponential rates, as the adoption of digital technologies has accelerated, and businesses seek to become more efficient. About 50% of existing industrial data as of June 2021 was created in the two preceding years, a Statista study showed.

Also, at AVEVA PI World, Amish Sabharwal, AVEVA Executive Vice President for Engineering, and Gregg Le Blanc, AVEVA Senior Vice-President, Information Management, outlinedthe company’s integrated portfolio and elaborated on the product roadmap for 2022 and beyond.

AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software driving digital transformation and sustainability, showed how information – contextualized industrial data – is fundamental to sustainable growth across the energy, manufacturing, and infrastructure sectors while unveiling its product roadmap to industry leaders and partners at the AVEVA PI World conference in Amsterdam.

“Information-led innovation provides a proven and responsive pathway to industrial growth at a critical time when the business landscape has been reshaped by turbulence and risk.Business leaders face increased sustainability compliance requirements,retiringworkforces, and the ever-

Data is being created at exponential rates, as the adoption of digital technologies has accelerated, and businesses seek to become more efficient. About 50% of existing industrial data as of June 2021 was created in the two preceding years, a Statista study showed.

Also, at AVEVA PI World, Amish Sabharwal, AVEVA Executive Vice President for Engineering, and Gregg Le Blanc, AVEVA Senior Vice-President, Information Management, outlinedthe company’s integrated portfolio and elaborated on the product roadmap for 2022 and beyond.

Sergio Valencia, ROPI Technical Services Manager at EDP Renewables, shared lessons from a Lighthouse Program project where two million data streams from disparate wind farms were streamed to the cloud for centralized insights.

Jacky Wright, Chief Digital Officer of Microsoft, talked about how data accelerates sustainability progress. “A cloud-based, data-driven approach enabled us to assess, select and build new technologies, and reduce our scope 1, scope 2, and, ultimately, scope 3 emissions across our business,” she said at the Digital Agility and Resilience Panel. She explained how data analytics has supported smart buildings, investment into renewable energy to power data centers, and driven strategic decisions to pay for the removal of 1.3 million metric tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

Michael Dean, Global Director – Power, Controls & Information System at Kellogg’s shared how the company’s platform investment has paid off in terms of scale, consistency, standardization and collaboration. Installing AVEVA PI System helped Kellogg to leverage, analyze and manage energy data in its factories, creating a digital ecosystem that benchmarked usage and identified opportunities for savings. As a result, Kellogg saved $3.3 million in a single year and identified an additional $1.8 million in rebates, and optimized abatement measures.

Dr. Catherine Green, Associate Professor at the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics at Oxford University,explained how advanced technologies help improve human lives. Despite lockdowns and remote working, she and her team were able to develop and bring to market the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine in eight monthsas compared to eight years before the outbreak of Covid-19, thanks to improved data collection, advanced analytics and distributed trials and manufacturing. “The critical thing is 21st-century technology,” she said. “We really are at the transition point where you’re able to bring new tech to old problems. And data is going to change everything that we do here. It’s going to change our ability to analyze the problem, our ability to deliver the solution, and how we communicate with the healthcare sector and with the public.”

 

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