November 13 - 14, 2017    Charlotte NC , USA
With a target of $3 billion in cost reductions by 2018, creating a holistic digital strategy is crucial for the nuclear industry to 'deliver the nuclear promise' and ensure nuclear power remains competitive. Back for it's 2nd year, the Nuclear Plant Digitalization Conference is the leading forum where all pioneering executives from the nuclear digitalization field gather under one roof. The Nuclear Plant Digitalization Conference creates an umbrella over all key aspects of the digital transformation including IandC, predictive maintenance, cyber security, records management and business transformation to drive the industry forward and create an innovative culture in your organization. 200+ expert attendees 30 executive speakers from leading utilities 12 hours of dedicated networking 60% C-Level / VP / Director attendees 18 exhibition booths showcasing the latest innovative technologies Top speakers include: Susan Landahl, SVP Organizational Effectiveness and IP Assessment, Exelon Bradley Adams, VP Engineering, Southern Nuclear Clint Carter, Director Advanced Monitoring and Diagnostic Services, Luminant Waco Bankston, Director Information Technology and Cyber Security, STPNOC Bill Nowicki, Snr. Evaluator, INPO Robert Austin, Snr Program Manager IandC, Cyber Security and Software Development, EPRI What's new for 2017? BRAND-NEW Cyber Security Strategy and Regulation Workshop: hear where best to place your ongoing cyber investment to mitigate risk and understand how regulations are evolving to meet new threats BRAND-NEW Interactive Roundtables sessions on driving cultural change within organizations to harness the digital revolution BRAND-NEW Executive Level Speakers including CIO’s and VPs from the utilities leading the way in the digital transformation including Exelon and Southern Nuclear


Location: The Hilton Charlotte City Centre
Contact 222 East Third Street, , 28202, United States Charlotte , USA


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