BEMAS launches call for speakers for Asset Performance 4.0 2021
BEMAS, the Belgian Maintenance Association, is pleased to invite you to join the international and hybrid Asset Performance 4.0 Conference & Exhibition in 2021. The conference from 26 – 28 October focuses on the use of disruptive technologies and solutions to increase performance in the field of operations, maintenance, reliability, and asset management.
We are currently looking for speakers willing to showcase hands-on experiences in these fields.
Call for presentations, workshops and hackathons
You might be interested to give a 40 min. presentation on innovative applications and projects. You can share the results and experiences with 4.0-solutions currently being implemented in (pilot) sites.
You can also opt to host a workshop. The goal is to show the participants hands-on how to use disruptive technologies or solutions and to get them acquainted with how new solutions can help them increase asset performance.
Maybe you are currently looking for a solution to a specific problem? In that case, you can post your idea for a hackathon challenge. In a hackathon, an asset owner introduces a problem in operations or maintenance to a panel of interested experts, who will work to find a solution using predictive analytics, AI and IoT.
Why you can’t miss Asset Performance 4.0 2021
- As a speaker, you can enjoy the 2 day conference for free. You can choose to be present live in Antwerp or to join the conference online.
- The conference offers you a unique opportunity to share experiences how new 4.0 technologies and fundamentals in operations, maintenance and asset management reinforce each other in order to achieve higher equipment reliability and cost performance in asset intensive industries.
- There are plenty of opportunities for social networking and insightful conversations with your peers during the conference and social events.
We look forward to welcoming you in Antwerp or online in October 2021!
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