The practical and interactive Control Rooms Design and Operations Conference will showcase insights into streamlining operations, optimising efficiency and managing costs in control room facilities.
Control Rooms Design and Operations 2014 will focus on streamlining operations that are not considered by the business to be core but in fact are vital for the effective operations of a company, especially in the case of the many organisations that are presenting at this event. How effective design, of not only the physical space but the screens and the data interface, will be considered through discussions around human factors and ergonomics. How the operations of a control function is efficiently managed from alarm management and response, to designing shifts, to managing fatigue, to recruiting, will be explored.
Controlling costs through effective design and efficient operations is your responsibility and techniques and approaches to help you achieve this can be learnt by attending Control Rooms 2014.
This event has been brought back for your benefit due to the outstanding response we had to this inaugural event in March 2013.
Confirmed speakers to date include:
Steve Pierce, General Manager, NSW, SECUREcorp
Graham Seeley, Human Factors Adviser, and Andrew Constantinou, Communications Delivery Manager, RailCorp
Guy van Wijmeersch, Managing Director, Barco UK
Russell Ockendon, Control Centre Built Environment Design Consultant
Jacquelene Symond, Architectural Colour Consultant/Designer, The Colour Agency
Tony Eid, Director Operations, or Stephen Scott, General Manager, Operations, RailCorp NSW
Dr Matthew Thomas, Managing Director, Westwood-Thomas Associates
Kim Seeling Smith, Founder and CEO, Ignite Global
Mark Holmes, Chairman, Circadian Australia
Ewan Ward, Director CERT Australia (Computer Emergency Response Team), Attorney-General's Department
Dr Kevin Manderson, SCADA Systems and Security, Hydro Tasmania
Greg Jones, SCADA and Data Systems Engineer, Arrow Energy
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price: 2 Day Conference Only (11-12 March 2014) AU$2964.50