Oman Automation & Control
OAC is an ideal platform for global automation industry to converge and showcase the cutting-edge technologies, advancements, systems and services. This segment combines different resources from the industries to provide a professional interactive platform enabling exhibitors to present their products more efficiently and economically. The exhibition will also allow the domestic and international buyers to visit various latest automation equipment and technology under one roof at the same time.
Technologies can further improve the efficiency, fuel-flexibility, and reliability of power plants. This is addressed using software, sensors, process automation and data analytics to drive efficiency and increase reliability across the value chain.
The Oman Automation Summit will cover the latest advancements for monitoring and managing distributed equipment and facilities via recent developments in SCADA, remote networks (wireless and wired), security (cyber and physical), automation, onsite and back-up power, and all other manner of technology that allows for the management of remote assets in the Sultanate’s oil and gas, power, water and wastewater and chemical and petrochemical industries.
The Oman Automation & Control Summit is a two-day international summit, which is the only one of its kind in the region. It brings together experts from all the stakeholders and professionals and to provide a platform to discuss challenges, recent developments, deployments and technology trends, as well as initiatives related to control, automation, industrial informatics and smart grid and their applications.
The summit will cover the latest advancements for monitoring and managing distributed equipment and facilities via recent developments in SCADA, remote networks (wireless and wired), security (cyber and physical), automation, onsite and backup power, and all other manner of technology.
Power demand in Oman is forecast to surge over the next five years. Due to the current industry landscape in Oman, companies are increasingly interested in technology that will optimize production capacity at lower costs.