Senseye to participate in Tata Steel Magnet Symposium
On February 7th, Senseye will be supporting the Magnet Industry 4.0 Symposium in Port Talbot, Wales, hosted by Tata Steel.
Being able to transfer knowledge across generations is key to sustain an effective workforce. As such Tata Steel has established Magnet. Magnet is the Young Professional organisation of Tata Steel Europe (TSE). The vision of Magnet is to empower Tata Steel young professionals to become future leaders and specialists. They aim to achieve this through organising fun and inspirational events that connect and develop the young professionals of TSE. Their next event, the Magnet Industry 4.0 Symposium will be hosted on the 7th February in Wales (UK) and will welcome many of Tata Steel’s digital transformation partners.
Senseye will participate in the symposium where it will discuss how predictive maintenance can support engineers and business leaders to deliver best production and manufacturing practices.
Simon Kampa, CEO at Senseye comments: “The introduction of Industry 4.0 and connected assets have opened up the world of predictive maintenance. This new proactive maintenance approach provides new opportunities to engineers and business leaders to be more in control of their machine and plant environments.”
Nathaniel Ford, Sales Director at Senseye who is supporting Tata Steel’s Digital Transformation project comments: “The Magnet Industry 4.0 Symposium is a fantastic initiative from Tata Steel that aligns with Senseye culture to empower and educate young professionals to drive with innovation further process improvements. We are delighted to be attending this great initiative hosted by Magnet and look forward to sharing our experience”.
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