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Wednesday, May 16, 2018                                         

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8:00 AM
- 9:00 AM

SCADA & IoT -The Similarities and Differences

Ben Yee, Bentek Systems Ltd

Room: 351 E

This talk will discuss IoT & Industrial IoT Technology and compare it to traditional SCADA Technology.  Real world application examples will used to show the use and benefits of IIoT concepts including Data Push, MQTT, Edge Computing, &  Cloud Computing.

Track: SCADA and Business Data

 

10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

The Changing Face of Data Requirements Executive Level Panel Discussion

Moderator: Billy Hayes, Williams

Room: 351 F & C

 

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and the Necessity of Remote Communication Rick Sperandio, Rigstar Industrial Telecom USA

Dave Hopson, PH.D., Triumphus

Room: 351 E

As our world becomes more digital the requirement of connectivity increases in importance. The variety of options available to the industry have grown and costs are dropping for the most part, with the exception of last mile connectivity. New technology and unique ways of using common technology are the heart of the conversation aimed to reduce the connection costs on any project. This session will discuss the latest technology being delivered to connect remote connections as well as a list of lessons learned from previous endeavors.

Track: Networks/Communications Infrastructures

 

Wireless Alarm Trigger Hands On Class

Tony Cocchiarella, OleumTech

Glenn Longley, OleumTech

Room: 351 E

The objective of this class is to demonstrate how an alarm can be triggered wirelessly based on a set value without the use of a controller.  Each student will be provided with a wireless analog transmitter with a dial connected to adjust voltage.  Each transmitter will be configured to report to a gateway.  The scaling will be adjusted within the transmitter to show a value of 1 when the voltage reaches a certain point.  This value will then be reported to the gateway which can then source a digital output and trigger a light. The students will be equipped with the knowledge to be able to trigger a discrete output based on a scaled value without the use of a PLC/RTU/HMI.

Track: System Architecture for Industrial Control Systems

 

1:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Standardization Expert Panel Discussion

Moderator: Heather Becker, End 2 End Technolobies

Room: Exhibit Hall

 

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Stop Looking Through the Tunnel and See the Horizon: Leveraging the Regulations for a Well-Engineered System to Meet Your Customer’s Needs

Cory Crenshaw, Crenshaw Communications Consulting, LLC

Kim Kobbe, Cerento, Inc.

Room: 351 D

We focus on the areas that we know and are comfortable with.  Engineers look at the system design, tower crews look at stacking the tower and attorneys look at the legal side. However, for the best system to meet your customer’s needs, a close partnership between the RF engineering team and the regulatory expert must to be established.  Join us today to learn how to design the best system possible for your customer while using the regulations to your advantage.  We will discuss how engineering and regulations can work synergistically, waivers, special considerations, how to navigate tricky regulatory roadblocks and of course, making the regulations work for your project!

Track: FCC and Regulatory

 

IIoT for Oil & Gas – The Promise, The Issues, and The Smart Approach

Stephen Sponseller, PTC

Room: 351 E

Many analysts, researchers and industry experts are purporting huge efficiency gains and cost savings from unlocked operational and enterprise insights from IIoT solutions.  The market size predictions for these solutions are huge.  But Oil & Gas companies and vendors are struggling with challenges on developing and implementing solutions to reach the promise and ultimately derive value.  This session will discuss these issues and a recommended smart approach for solutions that are developed on a purpose-built, IIoT platform

Track: SCADA and Business Data