This webinar will profile how digital twin technologies are moving process industries towards autonomous operations. A digital twin works in the present, mirroring the actual human, device, system or process in simulated mode, but with full knowledge of its historical performance and accurate understanding of its future potential. It consumes data from connected sensors to tell a richer story – past, present, and future – about an asset throughout its lifecycle. It enables people to see inside assets and processes to perceive things that are not immediately apparent and which are not being directly measured. It is implemented, such that insights are instantly available without data and model wrangling by end-users, and operate in a consistent way that everyone can understand and agree on.
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Executive Vice President of Marketing & Strategy
Duncan is responsible for the business strategy and marketing functions of KBC-A Yokogawa Company, as well as Yokogawa’s North American business, Yokogawa Corporation of America (YCA). He is passionate about technology and the value it can unlock. Duncan started his career in the engineering industry with AMEC, where he provided health, safety and environmental liability management advice on mergers and acquisitions covering upstream production assets, refining and petrochemicals. After moving to KBC, he has held business management roles focused on business development, strategy, restructuring and planning. Duncan holds a degree in Biology and Geography from the University of Exeter, UK, an MBA from Cass Business School, UK and various Marketing qualifications from Cornell University, USA. He is based in Houston, TX, USA and in his spare time is an avid sportsman although his three young children ensure he has little spare time!
Kevin Finnan is a System Consultant at Yokogawa Corporation of America. He was previously an independent consultant serving the automation and measurement industries, Vice President of Marketing for CSE-Semaphore, and Director of Marketing at Bristol Babcock. He has over 30 years of experience with oil & gas measurement, process automation and SCADA systems and has been active as an author and presenter for numerous industry publications and events.