This year, in Heidelberg, Germany, under the KoMSO (Committee for Mathematical Modeling, Simulation and Optimization), several workshops will be held on 9 and 10 February, focusing on the improvement of batch processes:
What are the opportunities, challenges and new methods to control and optimize in real time the functioning of these processes in different industrial applications?
Philippe Allot, CEO of ORDINAL Software, will lead a conference on the contribution of software in the optimization of these Batch processes with particular emphasis on reducing energy consumption and material losses.
How can a production control software such as COOX, based on modeling, significantly reduce energy expenditure and material losses and thus increase productivity without leaving heavy investments, for example by replacing equipment ?
How can a production monitoring software like COOX, by collecting the different production data in real-time, by recording them, then analysing these data to optimize production by making the right decisions?
How can a software like COOX, by controlling production, give an orientation, can advocate a production method without imposing it on the operators, as a too automated system could do?