AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software, driving digital transformation and sustainability, brings its flagship business event, AVEVA World, to San Francisco between November 14 and 17, 2022, with a record number of in-person customers sharing successes.
More than 2,500 international business leaders will converge on Moscone West Convention Center to hear how industries are connecting people across ecosystems, sharing data to drive insights that increase value, and drive agility and sustainability. Together, they will learn how leaders are taking a new approach to breaking down data silos and building shared networks with partners, suppliers and customers in the cloud.
Under the theme “Spark Your Ingenuity,” AVEVA World features over 100 industry speakers from companies including Shell, Saudi Aramco and ExxonMobil, Nestle, Pfizer, Rio Tinto, Worley, Wood, Covestro and Eneos.
After an action-packed week of keynote sessions, industry panels, success stories and hands-on technical labs, business leaders will be empowered with practical strategies to tackle new market pressures, sustainability regulations, and mounting worker expectations. An international exhibition is onsite highlighting not only AVEVA solutions for major themes such as energy transition, digital twin and industrial artificial intelligence but also showcasing the company’s wide-ranging ecosystem of vendors and partners.
Alongside customer stories, AVEVA’s CEO Peter Herweck and Caspar Herzberg, Chief Operating Officer, will lay out how AVEVA’s comprehensive software portfolio which includes the AVEVA PI System, AVEVA E3D Design, AVEVA Operations Control and more, supports the creation of a profitable, efficient and sustainable future for industry.
Peter Herweck, CEO of AVEVA, said: “In the face of extraordinary business changes, an advanced data platform enables companies to aggregate and share engineering, operations, and sustainability data. Enhanced with insight from expert applications, this data-centric approach is giving industries resilience and agility so that they can grow and scale their profitable enterprises, even in challenging times.
“I very much look forward to welcoming our customer and partner community to San Francisco to showcase how organizations are already using industrial information and end-to-end applications to drive higher insights and value.”
AVEVA’s Rob McGreevy, Chief Product Officer, and Kim Custeau, Executive Vice President of Portfolio, will spotlight AVEVA’s latest software innovations and the company’s vision for integrated software that serves as a digital thread, breaking down silos and sparking industrial ingenuity.
New phenomenon – the Connected Industrial Economy
At the event, business leaders from Fortune 500 companies will share success stories from the frontlines of a new “connected industrial economy,” with an industry expert exclusively revealing why data is the future currency of value.
“As industries share data and become more interconnected, we see the development of what we’re calling the connected industrial economy – a new kind of collaboration across teams, suppliers, partners and customers to transform value chains into agile, profitable, sustainable networks,” said Peter Herweck, AVEVA’s CEO.
During the plenary, Shell Digital Project Leader Bart-Jan Ruules will reveal how the world’s most comprehensive digital twin drives higher business value, while Joe Bonnet, Group Director of Engineering at Worley, will speak about building an integrated digital backbone and their data-sharing partnership with AVEVA and Shell. Pfizer’s Marylène De Winter, Director Global Automation Engineering, and Peter Barry, Director – Pfizer Digital, will share how a data-centric approach to operations enabled innovation at lightspeed to deliver the world’s first mRNA vaccine in record time, saving billions of lives during the pandemic.
Peter Herweck will bring together Roque Martin, CEO of Aras, and David Bartolo, Head of Asset Intelligence at AGL Energy, to discuss how connecting engineering and operational data enables industries to engineer smarter and operate better, while ensuring responsible use of our world’s resources.
Roque Martin, CEO of Aras, said: “We have entered a strategic partnership with AVEVA to help organizations transform, manage their information across both the asset lifecycle and industry ecosystems and develop well defined and reliable digital twins. At AVEVA World, we will feature the first solution prototype of the partnership.”
On day three, Sheri Williams, Managing Director of Accenture, will look at the role of collaboration and talent diversity, and discuss how automation and robotics bridge the gap between demand and execution within a short timeframe.
The most hotly anticipated session will be the “Networks of the Future” panel, where some of the most original thinkers look at how the industries of the future will be connected in new ways. This will include how the digital twin is the foundation of the industrial metaverse. AVEVA’s Chief Technology Officer Andrew McCloskey joins Barbara Frei, Executive Vice President Industrial Automation at Schneider Electric; Çağlayan Arkan, Vice President, Manufacturing Industry at Microsoft Corp.; Samuel Paul of Gwinnett County Water Authority and Mike Kazmieczik, Digital Transformation lead at Suncor during this final panel.
Delegates unable to travel to San Francisco for AVEVA World can follow along online through virtual live streams.