One Day Workshop on Power Quality Note for HT Industries, 28th September 2019 at Madurai

APQI’s NSN Partner QLeap Academy, is working on a mission to take our industry towards Industry 4.0. As a first towards our efforts, we are organizing a one-day training workshop, Industry 4.0: Turning Challenges into Competitive Advantage, focused on the key topics needed to empower organisations to work on implementing Industry 4.0. Dr. Donato Masi of Aston University, UK will be key faculty for the workshop. He was previously working at the Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG), UK.

The factories of the future have computer-driven systems that are increasingly monitoring physical processes and are enabling automated decisions. Industry 4.0 describes this transition and explains how the production processes based on technology and devices that can exchange information along the value chain are organized. With competition growing, integrating Industry 4.0 techniques will be a necessary step to becoming successful.

The workshop will use a unique mix of state-of-the-art developments and practical examples on Industry 4.0 taken from the direct experiences of experts from European and Indian Faculty.

You can find a short video about the event here: https://youtu.be/Bm6T4gwdldE

The one day workshop is scheduled in the following cities as below:

  • Navi Mumbai (Four Points by Sheraton, Navi Mumbai) on 14.10.2019 (Register here)
  • Hyderabad (CII – Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre) on 16.10.2019 (Register here)
  • Chennai (The Raintree Hotel, Alwarpet) on 18.10.2019 (Register here)

Please use the Townscript links above to register online. For more information, visit https://www.qleap.in/workshops/register

Related POST

Impact of Seasonal Variations on Electrical Demand and Power Quality - A Challenge That Needs Attention

The power quality in low voltage grids is affected by several internal and external factors. While t..

Read more

Business Case for PQ Investment by Commercial Buildings

According to total electricity sales (as per 2011-12), around 54% of the energy produced in India is..

Read more

Workshop on “Power Quality and Its Impact On Steel Re-Rolling Mill Infrastructure” at Raipur and Nagpur

Asia Power Quality Initiative (APQI) & Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT) in assoc..

Read more

Public Private Partnerships (PPP) – Financing, Projects & Contracts

Asia Power Quality Initiative (APQI) India is pleased to join hands as a media partner with Infocus ..

Read more

Improper Design of Harmonic Filter

Harmonics are one of major power quality concern and it is affecting consumers, electricity distribu..

Read more

Innovative Harmonic Filtering Solution – Sponge Iron Plant

The case study looks into the effect of poor power quality and harmonic distortion resulting in dist..

Read more

14th Webinar - Business case for Loss Reduction using advanced Volt-VAR control in Indian grid

22nd February, 2018 (Thursday) - India’s power grid system is massive and needs re-balancing to deal..

Read more

10th Webinar Assessing Transformer Loss in Harmonics High Environment

17th November, 2016 (Thursday) - Transformers are one of the most important and high CAPEX assets..

Read more
Drop us a message

You're in the right place! Just drop us a message. How can we help?

Or see contact page
There seems to be some problem with validating your request. Please try again.
Thank You! Your message has been delivered.