Experts gather for Nuclear Asset Information Monitoring & Maintenance conference June 26th and 27th

Nuclear Asset Information

Leading nuclear industry specialists will gather in Warrington for the Nuclear Asset Information Monitoring and Maintenance conference

This event will help senior managers get a handle on how to leverage these innovations in a way that improves operational performance without compromising security.”

— James Nesbitt

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, February 28, 2018 / — Organised by smart infrastructure experts Internet of Everything (IoE) and taking place in The Park Royal hotel in Warrington, Cheshire on the 26th and 27th June 2018, the event will explore the intersection between the nuclear industry, information management, big data and predictive maintenance.

The conference launches as the nuclear sector seeks ways to reduce asset life-cycle costs while simultaneously improving operational efficiency in an increasingly competitive energy market. Among the issues explored will be how senior managers in the sector can develop an integrated asset information strategy that mitigates risks, enhances safety and helps to drive efficiencies throughout the organisation.

Other issues on the agenda include:

" Data storage and application
" How nuclear businesses can get the conditions right for asset information decision making
" The use of advanced asset health monitoring, on and offline operational data gathering, diagnostic and asset modelling methods and tools in order to optimise assets throughout their lifecycle, increase operational availability and effectively manage failure and maintenance.
" Managing the complexities of integrating information monitoring systems with existing infrastructure
" Training and change management
" Managing competing demands such as cost-effectiveness, safety and compliance
" Regulatory requirements and licensing
" Case studies on the practical implementation of advanced monitoring, maintenance and information management technology and systems.

Speakers already confirmed to attend the event include Martin Wakeman, asset lifecycle management expert at New Nuclear Data, Tom Smith, C&I Engineer at Horizon Nuclear Power and Tim Ingram, Systems Engineering and Asset Management Consultant at MMI Engineering and Pete Dyer, Principal Inspector – Nuclear Safety – Control and Instrumentation – Operating Facilities Division, Office for Nuclear Regulation, Martin Armstrong, National Nuclear Laboratory, Technical Lead – Inspections, Professor Stephen Mcarthur, Institute for Energy and Environment Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Jukka Päivärinta, Head of People and Performance, Louviisa Nuclear Power Plant, Fortum and more to be announced.

Discussing the event, James Nesbitt, founder of IoE said: "These are challenging times for the nuclear sector but careful collection and use of data can help asset managers implement changes that will support everything from optimised performance to a significantly longer life cycle for assets.

"Systems for information monitoring and maintenance within complex industries such as nuclear are improving all the time, bringing with them both increased opportunity and risk. This event will help senior managers get a handle on how to leverage these innovations in a way that improves operational performance without compromising security."

Expected to draw stakeholders from a wide range of European nuclear facilities, the event is targeted at senior decision makers in areas such as operational technology, instrumentation and controls and engineering. To book your place visit:

James Nesbitt
IoE Events Ltd
0207 096 1754
email us here

Source: EIN Presswire