World Congress on Industrial Automation
World Congress on Industrial Automation to be held in San Francisco, USA during July 20-22, 2015 organized by OMICS Group Conferences will bring together world-class professors, scientists, robotics lab directors, scientific researchers and technologists from the fields of automation, robotics, artificial intelligence, control systems on automation to discuss about the Global Approach on Transformation towards Man Power into Machine Power. Industrial Automation-2015 is comprised of 6 tracks designed to offer comprehensive and interesting sessions that address current trending technologies in Automation fields. OMICS International Conferences Organizes 300+ Conferences, 500+ Workshops and 200+ Symposiums Every Year on Pharma, Medicine, Science and Technology across USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and Publishes 400+ Open access journals which contains over 30000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.
Track 1: Automation technologies:
The seamless integration of data along the industrial value chains will gain more and more in importance for developing and manufacturing companies. In such case Automation technologies plays a vital role in many industries. These technologies help many industries to rescue large quantity of resources and also make the works to be completed in very short time while comparing to normal manual works. The “World congress on Industrial Automation” is an effort to address all areas towards Automation technologies. The Automation Technologies helps to increase the productivity of assembly and handling systems while reducing the engineering effort by up to 80%. While comparing to 2008, as of now 2015 the Automation technologies market has been increased to $ 5000 to $ 25000 which means hardly around 25% has been increased while comparing to 2008. This extreme different clearly shows that how the automation technologies has been developed comparing to previous years. In another way, the automation industries, universities, societies and associations are also highly increased 40% while comparing to past years.
Track 2: Control and mechatronic systems
Technical systems, be they consumer products or industrial systems for process and production control, have an increasing need for intelligent control. By extending mechanical solutions with sensors and electronics there are ample possibilities to create not only new functions, but also make these new solutions effective and apply to quality and safety requirements, cost reductions and environmental demands. The challenge lies in making the control of these systems accurate (precise), fast and yet robust and flexible. The “World congress on Industrial Automation” is an initial effort to address all areas towards Control and mechatronic systems. Due to technology development, the industry operating structures also highly increased where they totally decreased the man power and highly increased the machine powers. This is very effective to save more range of resources like man power, time and money as well. While analysis the current market it clearly discloses that more than 65% of industries totally remodeled their work structures from manual state to mechatronic structure. This means the more number of automation technologies were highly introduced within the current industries.
Track 3: Robotics and applications
Manufacturers are adopting more automation than ever before. For many, it’s no longer a question of whether to automate, only when and to what extent. With wages offshore rising, robot prices down and performance up, robot sales are at an all all-time high. Meanwhile, an aging workforce moves closer to retirement. Misconceptions of manufacturing as crude and demoralizing persist. Women and other minorities are still underrepresented. The skills gap is growing. Demand for automation talent outweighs supply. The Robotics applications includes Space Robotics, Underwater Robotics, Electric Mobility, Security Robotics, Agricultural Robotics which mainly deals with deals with the development of intelligent robots for extraterrestrial exploration and development and realization of Artificial Intelligence methods in underwater systems. Electric mobility we are testing concepts for electric vehicles, battery charge technologies, and the collection of vehicle data. We are creating models for intelligent, environmentally sound, and integrated urban mobility. Security Robotics will be developed to support rescue and security personnel. Agricultural Robotics is for agricultural applications and transfer methods and algorithms from robotics to conventional agricultural machines. Our objective is to increase the performance of machines and processes and to reduce resource consumption at the same time. This “World congress on Industrial Automation” is an initial effort to gather more number of researchers as well as the global experts from the automation fields. Around 30% of researchers and 40% of Industrialists and 30% of Academics experts were going to turn towards this esteemed event.
Track 4: Automation in manufacturing
When lights-out automation was still a dream, it was imagined that workweeks would be reduced and people would have much more leisure time. But competitive globalization had not been taken into account. Today, reduced headcount and increased leisure are not options; remaining employees are working harder than ever. Many of the new production methods in the next manufacturing revolution will require fewer people working in factories, and some lights-out manufacturing is now possible. Manufacturing will still need people, if not so many in the factory itself. Automated machines need people to design, program and service them. As manufacturing transforms into a high-tech workplace, the new generation of process and automation engineers and technicians will be completely different they will have grown up with the Internet, smartphones and video games. Old-fashioned ideas about training and seniority will quickly become obsolete as the fast-growing skills shortage generates high demand for skilled engineers and technicians. Tech power will trump everything else. Future workplaces the equivalent of factories will be bright and stimulating places where people enjoy working and jobs are challenging and rewarding. Knowledge workers don’t need time cards, defined working hours or staff-sergeant supervisors. Today’s young people are smart, and even brash. They want to work; but unlike their parents, they don’t want work to be their lives. If they can be attracted, they are the ones who will be the automation engineers and technicians of tomorrow. The “World congress on Industrial Automation” is an initial effort to address all areas towards Automation in manufacturing. Almost 60% of manufacturing industries has been changed towards automation manufacturing technologies.
Track 5: Information technologies for automation systems
Automation systems provide better automation solutions for a host of requirements. Lab automation systems can help labs eliminate scope for errors and improve patient safety, Factory automation systems can make workers more productive with fewer errors, home automation systems can result in saving of energy by turning appliances off when not in need. The core areas of Industrial Electronics can be segmented into Power Electronics, Factory Automation, Mechatronics, Intelligent Systems and embedded systems that include a gamut of Internet based applications. Some of the key drivers of Industrial Electronics today are the trend towards more compact components and Signal and image processing, innovative products offering greater flexibility, safety, reliability, energy savings, wide range of connectivity, self-diagnostic facilities and products with long operating lifetimes. In this regard a concerted effort is on to create right infrastructure, design capability and R&D in the emerging areas of technologies to meet up to the challenges of core industrial sectors like Energy, Transport and Automotive, Steel, Textiles, Pulp & Paper, along with Agriculture, Water Resources etc. The Division has been successfully assisting the industries particularly the SMEs by making available viable and cost-effective technologies. While analyzing the revenue growth of Automation Technologies, it highly developed from $150 billion USD to $250 billion USD since from 2010-2014. And the annual growth percentage increases from 20-55 percentages, which clearly shows that automation technology contains huge scope in coming years.
Track 6: Process & energy automation
The automation world is changing technology cycles continue to accelerate, brilliant machines are creating the Industrial Internet, and today’s workforce requires increased productivity and collaboration. The “World congress on Industrial Automation” will discuss about the improved performance, greater uptime, increased efficiency, and lower total cost of ownership with innovative automation and process control systems and solutions. One of the important field in process automation is Instrumentation. It is highly used for measuring instruments to monitor and control a process. It is the art and science of measurement and control of process variables within a production, laboratory, or manufacturing area. Many Factory owners want their equipment to deliver the highest output with as little production cost as possible. In many industries including oil, gas and petrochemicals, energy costs can represent 30 to 50 percent of the total production cost. In process automation, the computer program uses measurements to show not only how the plant is working but to simulate different operating modes and find the optimal strategy for the plant. A unique characteristic of this software is its ability to “learn” and predict trends, helping speed up the response time to changing conditions. The software and controls regulate equipment to run at the optimum speed that requires the least energy. They also ensure the consistency of quality, meaning less energy is wasted producing products that turn out to be defective, and they forecast when maintenance is needed so less time and energy is spent stopping and restarting equipment for routine inspections.
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