The metals industry has always focused on solutions that protect people in labs and help companies to have continuous operation with the least amount of operators as possible. Even more now in the Corona times.
On the other hand, weaker demand, environmental regulations, higher running costs are just a few of the main challenges that the metal industry must deal with every day.
To cope with the opportunities and challenges, new ways for process monitoring and decision making are needed to improve productivity, process stability and sustainability. Trends towards extensive use of real-time monitoring directly in the process and automation using robots in the laboratories, help reduce errors and increase data quality and frequency. Fast and almost real-time data collection with multiple sensors can be used to predict, identify and manage operational problems, improvements, productivity, costs. It also helps in making quick decisions and process adjustments.
The value of using automated laboratories for process and quality control will be shown during this webinar.
Michael Choua - Business Development Manager
Who should attend?
- Professionals working for metals, mining and minerals companies, plant managers, laboratory managers, QC managers and engineers, application and method developers, researchers, professors and technical associations searching for knowledge and new metal analysis solutions.
What will you learn?
- You will learn about automated analytical instrumentation and how these techniques can increase efficiencies within the metals industry.