This workshop at Texas A&M Harnessing Digital Transformation Through Asset Data and Systems Interoperability is next week. I’ve only just heard about it. Data and systems interoperability is something I’ve worked on for years. Evidently someone at Texas A&M has been researching. They will be presenting ideas next week. I have asked if I could get an interview to post after the conference.

The conference is October 25-26, 2023 at the Memorial Student Center (MSC), Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.

“This workshop aims to address the significance of embracing open standards, vendor neutral interoperability for Owners, EPC, and Vendors .”

Needs—Achieve consensus on significance in open, vendor neutral interoperability

Actionable Plans—Learn and develop actionable plans and strategies to move towards open, vendor neutral interoperability, ensuring that stakeholders can collectively work towards achieving this goal.

Roadmap for the Future—Establish a roadmap outlining the steps and milestones required to accomplish long term standards based interoperability, setting a clear direction for industry wide progress.

Join us to explore the future of digital transformation and its pivotal role in shaping digital twins for the process industry and critical infrastructure

Key Highlights:

  • Introduction to the Asset Data Interoperability Framework (ADIF) initiative.
  • Navigating the challenges of data and systems interoperability issues.
  • Overcoming barriers in maximizing the digital potential for growth.
  • Embracing interoperability as a mindset to enable the adoption of digital twins and other transformative technologies

About ADIF Working Group:

A dedicated consortium of industry experts and academia, ADIF is committed to fostering open, vendor neutral and standards based solutions, prioritizing digital enhancements in asset lifecycle management.

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