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The 2020 Connected Plant Conference (www.connectedplantconference.com) is being held February 25–27 in Atlanta, Ga. Focused on the practical implementation of industrial internet of things (IIoT) and other digital technologies in the chemical process industries (CPI) and the energy sector, the event’s conference program will discuss digitalization as it relates to a wide variety of industrially relevant topics, including maintenance, risk management, process safety, security and more. The event will kick off with a tour of GE Power’s Monitoring and Diagnostics Center in Atlanta, where attendees can observe a control center whose daily processing load includes 200 billion data points from one million connected sensors in 75 different countries. The conference program includes presentations and panel discussions from digitalization experts at a wide variety of CPI companies, including Georgia-Pacific, Petronas, ExxonMobil, Evonik, 3M, Dow, Lonza and more. Digital innovators will also be honored at the Connected Plant Conference, with the Game Changer Awards that highlight significant achievements and problem-solving using digital tools in industrial facilities. The following is a small selection of the products and services offered by the 2020
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