Proeon Systems Exhibiting at rescheduled SNS2018. Come along to visit us during 16-17 May on Stand C17, to find out how we can assist with your industrial control & safety system needs.
Siemens SP Conference - 08 March 2018
Dr Dorian Hindmarsh, Business Development Manager will be attending this Conference in Leeds, together with Sandeep Menon, Commercial Engineer to hear from Siemens on current updates, together with the opportunity to network with colleagues during the Conference itself and at the Dinner in the evening.
SNS2018, 28 February-01 March, Norfolk Showground, Norwich
Come along and hear from our Director, Mr Kevin Magee, who is participating as a speaker at the Conference, together with the Commercial Team who will be exhibiting on Stand C17. Come along and have a chat to us, to see where Proeon Systems can assist you!
Our Business Development Manager is attending this event at International Aviation Academy, Norwich
The UK’s utilities event
Showcasing the innovations and technologies that are transforming utilities. Meet the people who are driving this change.
- Learn how and why your industry is changing
- Discover the latest utilities technologies
- Network with your fellow utilities leaders & professionals
- Understand new utilities business models
- Insights & intelligence from leading analysts / journalists
The UK’s utilities event takes place 23-24 May 2017.
The UK Infrastructure Show: Constructing the Future connects supply chains in this multi-billion pound sector, and offers insight and engagement to all currently involved in – or aspiring to join – major projects.
Officially supported by CompeteFor– the leading infrastructure supply chain service – and many major ongoing and future infrastructure projects including HS2, Tideway and Transport for London the inaugural UK Infrastructure Show 2017 will provide participants with a unique opportunity to engage, connect and collaborate with a vast array of key projects, decision makers and influencers representing all areas throughout the supply chain.
With spend in the defence sector amounting to over £19 billion per year and a pledge to meet NATO’s target of spending 2% of national income on defence every year until 2020, the procurement and supply chain function within the defence sector has never been more important.
In addition, the National Security Strategy and Strategic Defence and Security Review 2015 outlined that an investment of £178 billion will be made on new equipment and equipment support over the next ten years.
Defence Procurement, Research, Technology & Exportability (DPRTE) 2017 will provide both buyers and suppliers engaged throughout the defence acquisition supply chain with an invaluable opportunity to enhance knowledge, share best practice and showcase innovation, in addition to gaining an insight into the latest policies and initiatives currently impacting the defence procurement marketplace.
Hazardex 2017 International Conference & Exhibition for hazardous area and process safety specialists will take place at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Runcorn, Cheshire, on March 2 & 3.
The event aims to strengthen and expand the community that looks to the Hazardex website and journal for industry intelligence and information.
EEEGR’s flagship Southern North Sea conference is the most important event for the energy sector in the East of England. Taking place over two days at the Norfolk Showground Arena in Norwich, SNS2017 will be the largest conference and exhibition EEEGR has ever delivered attracting upwards of 700 delegates from across the industry and supply chain.
Meet our Business Development Manager Dr Dorian Hindmarsh, when he attends the above event. For more information on Proeon Systems, please contact us: +44 (0)1953 859 110
The morning seminar is presented by FSCL's Mr Amir Akhlaghi, and PSL's Kevin Magee.
Providing delegates with an overview of the International Standards for Functional Safety Services IEC61508 (The original standard) and thus its process industry derivative IEC 61511.
IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 are considered risk and performance based standards, whereby the engineering of the Safety Instrumented System (SIS) must meet specific performance requirements based on the level of risk reduction it provides. The main aim of these performance requirements is to ensure the SIS is fit for purpose through systematic functional safety lifecycle.
The presentation will detail the requirements placed on the designer of SIS and how these requirements can be managed through the project.
Topics covered will be:
- Functional safety design lifecycle management
- Managing competencies
- Safety requirement specifications
- Selection of field devices and logic solvers
- Systematic capability
- Verification and validation
- Proof testing
The even will be at the Hethel Engineering Centre, Norwich, NR14 8FB, and ample parking is provided.
To register for this free event or speak to us about your Functional Safety requirements, please contact Proeon on +44(0)1953 859110.