The Connected Worker

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Keeping Your Frontline Industrial Workers Safe, Mobile and Efficient

Asset intensive businesses around the globe are working hard to keep critical operations going during Covid-19. Now more than ever, keeping frontline industrial workers safe - while at the same time ensuring business continuity and operational resilience – is vital. Connected Worker technology is helping many companies maintain their critical operations right now –keeping workers safe while at the same time saving businesses time and money. Those that haven’t digitized their frontline workers are struggling as they face the demand for social distancing and remote work brought on by COVID‑19.

Join over 800 business leaders from chemicals, energy, life sciences, manufacturing and more this July 27-29 and learn how companies are leveraging connected worker technology to improve operational efficiency, training, asset management, quality, and safety.
You'll learn how to:
  • Create a safer work environment, boost compliance and improve efficiencies through automation
  • Make your data mobile and reduce rework, non productive time and time to decision
  • Digitize maintenance and Shutdowns, Turnarounds and Outages (STOs)
  • Adapt to the new post Covid 19 reality and build agility and flexibility into your operations
  • Empower front-line employees with a dynamic Connected Worker strategy
  • Provide a consolidated view to link your front-line workers to the information they need – when they need it most
  • Measure the ROI of connected worker technologies so you can build the business case now

5 Reasons to Attend

Hear the best case studies from across the globe

No travel costs or time out of the office necessary

Access the content on demand and watch in your own time

Assess the latest technological innovations 

Free to attend for in house industry practitioners 

DAY ONE: JULY 27, 2020

9:00 ET
PANEL DISCUSSION: Building Resilience Post COVID-19: Digitalizing Processes to Protect your Industrial Workforce
Mark HutchersonDirector Operations Excellence, ConocoPhillips
Sundeep Ravande, CEO & Co-Founder, Innovapptive
Jennifer RogersHead of Learning, Anglo American

10:00 ET
How to Handle the Upcoming Great Crew Change Challenge With a Connected Worker Strategy
Sri Karthik, Senior Vice President of Solution Engineering, Innovapptive

11:00 ET
Realizing Enterprise Value: Empowering Front-Line Employees with a Connected Worker Experience Strategy
Mimi Brooks, CEO, Logical Design Solutions (LDS)

12:00 ET
The Digital Transformation of Frontline Work
Peter Richmond, Portfolio Director - Connected Worker and XR, AVEVA

1:00 ET
Managing Safety Through Wearable Technology: Protecting Your Workers – and Your Company – Post COVID-19

DAY TWO: JULY 28, 2020

9:00 ET
Beyond Digital Transformation: The Connected Environment
Brent Kedzierski, Head of Manufacturing Learning Global Portfolios and Innovation, Shell

10:00 ET
When Remote Work is Not an Option: Automate OSHA COVID-19 Recommendations and More
Lino Quagliariello, Director, Product & Market, MDxBlocks

11:00 ET
Discussion Group 1: AI Powered Connected Workers: Closing the Skills Gap
Discussion Group 2: Digitizing Maintenance and Shutdowns, Turnarounds and Outages (STOs)
Discussion Group 3: Making your Data Mobile: Reducing Rework, Non- Productive Time and Time to Decision

12:00 ET
Digital Procedures: The Great, the Good, the Bad, the Ugly—Notes From the Field
Camille Peres, Associate Professor, Environmental & Occupational Health, Texas A&M

DAY THREE: JULY 29, 2020

9:00 ET
The Connected Worker: Finding the Right Approach to Change
Mark Hutcherson, Director, Operational Excellence, ConocoPhillips

10:00 ET
Connected Reviews: Transforming Rigid Serial Document Reviews Through the Cloud
Jason Kraus, Sales Engineer, Accruent

11:00 ET
Transforming Field Productivity: Building a Digital Worker Platform 
Brook Vickery, Vice President & Manufacturing Manager, Flint Hills Resources

12:00 ET
Acceleration of People Potential in an Era of Change: Reimagining Learning at Anglo American
Jennifer Rogers, Head of Learning, Anglo American


Who Attends Our Events

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Who should attend? 

Manager, Directors, Vice President and C Suite responsible for:

    • Operations
    • Technology
    • Operational Risk Management
    • Projects
    • Shutdowns, Turnarounds & Outages
    • Maintenance and Reliability
    • EH&S
    • Business Process Management / Optimization
    • Asset Management
    • Transformation, Continuous Improvement and Operational Excellence
    • Digital Transformation
    • Data Science
    • Automation
    • Manufacturing
    • Production
    • Business Continuity Planning
    • Operations Management Systems
    • Digital Transformation

Oil & Gas IQ Online Events | How it works 


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Step 3: Schedule time
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Step 4: Watch the event
Click the link in the confirmation email and prepare questions for our industry-leading speakers

For more information on how we are uniquely placed to help you shape and deliver your message to a targeted audience, contact us now!

Leslie Allen
Managing Director