Nuclear Asset Information Monitoring and Maintenance

Date: 26-Jun-18 to 27-Jun-18
Location: Park Royal / United Kingdom
Category: Technology Conferences & Trade Fairs

n an increasingly competitive energy market, the nuclear sector is tasked with reducing asset life-cycle costs and improving operational efficiency against a backdrop of an ever more complex operational environment and stringent licensing and regulatory requirements. It is mission critical to maintain strict data integrity throughout the plant lifecycle and develop a clear view on critical asset documents and operational data to inform decision making.

With the availability of advanced asset health monitoring, on and offline operational data gathering, diagnostic and asset modelling methods and tools comes the opportunity to optimise assets throughout their lifecycle, increase operational availability and effectively manage failure and maintenance. With this comes added complexity, presenting new challenges in integration with existing infrastructure, data storage and application, training and knowledge transfer and change management.

The demand for longer plant life and the high rate of technological change compounds the need for the nuclear sector to understand fully where innovation is needed, how to implement that change and develop an asset information environment that meets organisational needs and is prepared for future operational environments.

On June 26/27th in Warrington United Kingdom, nuclear industry leaders will meet for the IoE Events Nuclear Asset Information, Monitoring and Maintenance conference to further develop the sector’s strategic ability to leverage the appropriate people, processes and technology to achieve organisational goals through an enterprise wide integrated asset information strategy.

Exhibitors

Tony Gibson Sellafield Requirements Management David Ferguson EDF Energy Head of Digital Innovation Centre of Expertise Leader & Nuclear Institute RM Special Interest Group Chair, Orlando Valota Capgemini Asset Management Consultant, Mike Niblett Sellafield, David Ferguson EDF Energy Head of Digital Innovation, Pete Dyer Office for Nuclear Regulation Principal Inspector – Nuclear Safety – Control and Instrumentation – Operating Facilities Division, Martin Armstrong National Nuclear Laboratory Technical Lead - Inspections, Professor Stephen Mcarthur Institute for Energy and Environment Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering University of Strathclyde Deputy Associate Principal for Research, Knowledge Exchange and Innovation, Ajith Kumar Parlikad Cambridge University Engineering Department University Senior Lecturer, Adam Owens Moltex Energy Principal Engineer, Jukka Päivärinta Fortum Head of People and Performance, Louviisa Nuclear Power Plant, ulian Schwarzenbach Data and Process Advantage Limited Data Evangelist and Director of Data and Process Advantage Limited, Martin Wakeman New Nuclear Data Asset Lifecycle Management, Tom Smith Horizon Nuclear Power C&I Engineer, Periannydd C&I, Tim Ingram MMI Engineering Systems Engineering and Asset Management Consultant

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