Each workshop introduces topics relevant to the design, operation and optimisation of complex industrial processes, using leading-edge technology such as the 'digital twin' concept.
At the end of each course, delegates will be capable of using PerceptiveAPC to import process data, use visualisation techniques to gain process insights, and apply pre-processing and statistical analysis techniques to extract and quantify process relationships. The attendee will also be familiar with the tools available to structure, identify and evaluate various types of process model for control, condition monitoring and soft sensing applications depending upon intended use.
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Learn to speak Process
We offer a comprehensive range of training courses and practical workshops, all designed for process engineering professionals who want to enhance their systems' performance.
Each course introduces techniques available within the
PerceptiveAPC suite that will let the user extract the most value from their process knowledge. Case studies demonstrate PerceptiveAPC features, alongside detailed analysis and interpretation of the delegates' own data.
The emphasis is on helping you to select the best tools to meet any production challenge.
Throughout development to manufacturing, data is key to enable rapid response to market demand. The knowledge to enable intelligent decisions and the wisdom to optimise the complete product lifecycle is now at your fingertips. The latest release of PerceptiveAPC v8.0 delivers the next
PD2M May 18-20 2021 Virtual This is the place to explore what pharmaceutical manufacturing will look like in 2030, sharing discussions on new ways to develop medicines. How will Industry 4.0 enable us to respond to market demand, delivering flexible, modular manufacturing and bringing
18-19 May 2021 Virtual Perceptive Engineering - an Applied Materials company - is looking forward to participating in the Bionow Pharma Manufacturing Conference 2021. We will be joining AstraZeneca and Bristol Meyers Squibb in session 2, discussing the ‘Digitisation of Pharma