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ABB offer a comprehensive range of one and two hour introductory seminars to help companies in the oil, gas and chemicals industries optimise performance and safety.
Find out how to optimise production through the effective application of asset monitoring technology to help fault drilldown, reduce operator overload and improve collaboration
Learn about the current techniques for securing control systems and become more adept at analysing, designing, implementing and managing effective cyber security
Gain understanding in implementing and operating safety instrumentation systems by reviewing overall concepts, considering engineering lifecycles and applying concepts in a live demonstration
Harness the safety, reliability and efficiency improvements promised by collaborative working by learning how to incorporate established and emerging technologies into a standardised solution
Enhance operator effectiveness in times of personnel cuts and increased technological complexity. Begins with an overview of human factor concepts and works up to a live demonstration
Learn to leverage external communications technology to increase safety, security and productivity in remote or offshore oil, gas and chemicals installations while potentially reducing operating cost
Understand how to improve onsite and cross-installation internal communication to increase safety, security and productivity for oil, gas and chemicals operations while potentially reducing operating cost
Improve the efficiency and integration of complex telecoms management systems for oil, gas and chemicals installations by deepening your understanding of current and emerging technologies.
Develop a deeper understanding of networking and see how new and existing technologies can help improve safety, security and reliability across oil, gas and chemicals installations
Strengthen the safety and security of your oil, gas and chemicals installations, onshore and offshore, by reviewing the existing and emerging technologies available to manage threats more effectively
Discover cost minimisation and safety benefits available through turnkey, containerised electrical rooms. Study design issues through to project execution methodology
Increase your understanding of motors and variable speed drives, by studying overall concepts, engineering aspects and the value for customers
Go beyond basic SCADA functionality to explore the advantages of PMS solutions featuring reliable power control, load-shedding, network determination and synchronisation
Explore benefits achievable through Power from Shore including reduced asset footprints, lower OPEX costs and improved safety. Overview of typical installation provided
Review the different components and advantages of digital switchgear in addressing a range of requirements including flexibility, efficiency, cost and reliability
ABB learning centres are multi-functional collaboration facilities that offer users an insight into the future of automation as well as practical, hands-on demonstrations of today’s instrumentation, electrical and control technology.
The Aberdeen Learning Centre supports the development of the skills required now and into the future to operate, maintain and extend the life of automation systems.
The centre includes ergonomically designed interactive control room screens which aim to improve the safety and efficiency of operators by providing detailed and timely plant information. The centre also focuses on specific technologies such as instrumentation, electrical equipment including motors, drives, intelligent switchgear and advanced protection systems.
ABB's D3 collaboration desk, also in the learning centre, allows users to see real-time process data and key performance indicators, alongside other documents from various sources. Demonstrations running on the desk illustrate how the different functions in an operating company can collaborate to improve performance or manage process excursions or incidents. The desk shows how the wide range of ABB's offerings are brought together to help its customers improve their operating effectiveness.
The Baku Learning Centre supports the development of the skills required now and into the future to operate, maintain and extend the life of automation systems.
The centre includes ABB’s ergonomically designed interactive Extended Operator Workstation (EOW) control room console which aims to improve the safety and efficiency by providing operators detailed and timely plant information. The centre also focuses on specific technologies such as control, instrumentation, electrical and telecoms which form part of a completely integrated control system solution.
ABB's D3 Collaboration Desk, also in the learning centre, allows users to see real-time process data and key performance indicators, alongside the ability to browse and annotate documents from various sources. Demonstrations running on the desk illustrate how the different functions in an operating company can collaborate to improve performance or manage process deviations or incidents. Using both the EOW and the D3 Collaboration Desk we are able to illustrate how the wide range of ABB's offerings may be brought together to help its customers improve their operating effectiveness.
The St Neots Learning Centre focuses on safety, production efficiency, cost reduction and managing ageing assets.
The centre has four zones that together offer hands-on, interactive demonstrations on a selection of ABB’s core control, safety, instrumentation, electrical and telecoms equipment together with typical scenarios faced by the industry. The facility can also connect to external sites across the UK, demonstrating how real-time connected integrated operations can lead to significant benefits and cost reduction.
Zone 1 accommodates a control room featuring an extended operator workplace (EOW) demonstrating how a focus on human factors and the operator environment can significantly reduce unforced errors. The D3 collaboration desk allows users to see real-time process data and key performance indicators.
The central Zone 2 is a training and meeting room featuring the latest in teaching and smart projection aids.
Zone 3 houses a range of ABB equipment which can be demonstrated stand-alone or connected together to show how instrumentation, variable-speed drives, motors and other control equipment interact with one another.
The interactive café zone features a giant iPad-looking augmented reality pod, where visitors can explore the industry and learn about upcoming challenges.
Please get in touch with your Account Manager or contact:Jess HeaveyABB Limited, Howard Road, Eaton Socon, St Neots Cambridgeshire, PE19 8EU Phone: +44 (0)1480 475321 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org