- May 27, 2021
Industry 4.0, Where the Battle Between Domain and Data Expertise is Won
Thursday, May 27, 2021
10:00-11:00 a.m. CT
One of the key ways to make Industry 4.0 scale successfully is by empowering domain experts with the technology to apply their expertise to data. Most Digital Transformation projects fail because the domain experts are left out of the data loop. In this session, learn how industrial engineers were empowered to prepare data for AI, build and train AI models, and deploy it into their day-to-day operations.
Improving energy efficiency is often identified as one of the top challenges that industrial operations need to address immediately. For example, in the food industry, energy consumption is expected to increase from 11 to 16% over the next five years. In the steel industry, energy constitutes between 20-40% of material costs. Across the industrial sector, energy consumption is contributing to more than 24% of total global greenhouse gas emissions.
Cutting energy use across the industrial sector not only makes good commercial sense but also pivotal to reach net-zero targets. In this case study presentation, learn how a leading manufacturer is using AI to optimize its boilers to cut energy consumption and reduce carbon emissions.
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Forogh Askari AI Industry Lead, Canvass AI
Forogh is an Industry Expert at Canvass AI, a software provider that makes AI accessible to industrial engineers. In her role, Forogh enables and educates users on the benefits of using AI in industrial operations, thus bridging the divide between industrial process engineers, data science and machine learning. Prior to joining Canvass, she held similar roles at Emerson Impact Partners across Canada for 10+ years, where she worked with manufacturing and oil and gas companies to develop their digital transformation initiatives through process automation and data analytics. Forogh has a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Waterloo.
Marc Gallant VP Partnerships, Canvass AI
Marc brings more than 30 years of industry experience and is responsible for working closely with Canvass’s existing partner network and expanding the ecosystem to accelerate the company’s global growth strategy. Marc is an experienced sales and business development executive. He brings a diverse background in operational technology from plant engineering to digital transformation and data infrastructure software sales and delivery, including nearly 20 years at OSIsoft, where he held global industry responsibility for Life Sciences and Enterprise Sales.