Future technology that will impact on the process plant, power and marine industries will be paraded at a world summit being held by Cambridge UK software specialist AVEVA.The global showcase is in Paris from October 10-12.
For the first time, the AVEVA summit will be held as a single global event attracting customers from around the world and across the process plant, power and marine industries. The theme is ‘Defining the Future’.
AVEVA CEO Richard Longdon said: “Our strong theme ‘Defining the Future’, will be a great opportunity for delegates to learn from each other and for AVEVA to share its vision and listen to the needs of our customers.
“In addition to an excellent conference agenda, AVEVA is celebrating our 45 year anniversary this year, which we will mark with a special reception. The AVEVA World Summit Paris is an important event in the 2012 calendar for the AVEVA World Community and through sharing and collaboration we will work together with our customers to define our common future.”
Steve Tongish, AVEVA’s VP of Marketing, added: “The summit agenda is designed specifically to provide senior management and decision makers within our customer community with an update on AVEVA’s strategic direction.
“We will also be presenting some really exciting major new product announcements and providing insights into improving project and operational efficiencies. Our customers are at the heart of the summit, making this an extremely popular event.
“We’re very pleased to have industry-leading companies share their project and business experience in such an open and collaborative forum.”
Past customer presentations have included Statoil, Technip, AMEC, Petrobras, Promon, SETAL, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering and many more.
• Registration and Call for Presentations is now open on the AVEVA World Summit website at www.avevaworld.com
As Business Weekly reported on April 4, AVEVA is expanding globally. Richard Longdon said at the time that the company was seeking to switch its global HQ from Cambridge which will remain the engine room for all Intellectual Property.
Longdon said: “We haven't yet progressed a decision on the possible HQ location but we are busy opening more overseas offices and also looking for an office in London.”