Speaking at Future Aluminium Forum about reducing fire risks
Coltraco Ultrasonics were honoured to be invited to speak at The Future Aluminium Forum on the topic of: “Trend of Automation and Data Exchange in Manufacturing Technologies” during Session Three – Plant Security and Safety: Chair – Alexeis Garcia-Perez, Reader in Cyber Security Management at the Centre of Business in Society of Coventry University (UK)
Miss Mary Connie said it “provided a brilliant insight into how the aluminium industry is cohesively working together, to start making the future, the today. By 2020 the IoT will connect 30 billion objects and it is clear that those within the aluminium sector are urgently seeking change to occur amongst the attitudes of its personnel to form this integral connection between machines and people.”
With thanks Nadine Bloxsome and her team at ‘Aluminium International Today’ for this fantastic event and for recognising our expertise in the monitoring of fire suppression systems and room integrity in these safety critical facilities.
Read an article about fire safety in aluminium: here Learn about the Future Aluminium Forum:here
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