Technology Committees


Digitalization Applications Technology Committee

Thursday 14 October 2021 • Renaissance Cleveland Hotel, Cleveland, OH USA

Tour of RoviSys

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Arrangements

Digitalization Applications Fundamentals Training
Renaissance Cleveland Hotel, Cleveland, OH USA

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Thursday 14 October 

Business Meeting at RoviSys from 9am -5pm
50 min drive from Renaissance Cleveland Hotel.
RoviSys Corporate Offices 1455 Danner Drive, Aurora, OH 44202
Contact, Christine Knuth, Mobile (269) 313.2764

9:00 a.m.

1. Chair’s opening remarks – Jim Hendrickson, Cleveland Cliffs    
2. Appoint minute-taker
3. Antitrust guidelines
4. Membership and attendance  
5. Review minutes of previous meeting AISTech
6. AIST Staff Announcements
7. Steel Industry Fatalities

Main agenda items

 
  • AISTech session development - Bryan Beard, TMEIC - Papers Chair

    • Selection of Abstracts (Due by 15 Sept) – (Handle via conference call if necessary)

    • Determine session structure (Due by 28 Oct) including session titles & session chairs

    • Review Papers Chair and Session Chair instructions

  • Finalize call for papers for next year
    ♦ Computer Applications/Digitalization Applications
    Relevant topics include digitalization technologies in addition to traditional computer applications.Digitalization technologies include applications of artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced analytics, the use of digital twins, big data, cloud computing, augmented or virtual reality, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and other applications of digitalization technologies that advance or transform iron and steel processes.Traditional computer applications include existing, new, and emerging uses of computers to control, monitor and interface steel manufacturing and processing; evolution of industrial control systems — hierarchies and mobile interfaces; modern control system technologies driving a safer workplace; the application of advanced process modeling and control; the impact of human factors and safety in process control (such as users, engineers and support personnel); manufacturing execution systems and business systems; network/wireless communications; automation planning and software development methodologies; database, data warehousing, data mining systems and predictive analytics; remediation of legacy automation systems; and cybersecurity for industrial control systems.

  • Technology committee award planning
    DATC Best Paper Awards 2022

  • Technology Training conference
    DT Forum, March 2022, Indianapolis. Call for abstracts open Aug-Oct 2021.
    DT 101 online course - https://www.aist.org/resources/digital-applications-101.

  • Webinars
    Visit: https://www.aist.org/conference-expositions/webinars

  • AISTech session development - Bryan Beard, TMEIC - Papers Chair

    • Selection of Abstracts (Due by 15 Sept) – (Handle via conference call if necessary)

    • Determine session structure (Due by 28 Oct) including session titles & session chairs

    • Review Papers Chair and Session Chair instructions

  • Finalize call for papers for next year
    ♦ Computer Applications/Digitalization Applications
    Relevant topics include digitalization technologies in addition to traditional computer applications.Digitalization technologies include applications of artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced analytics, the use of digital twins, big data, cloud computing, augmented or virtual reality, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and other applications of digitalization technologies that advance or transform iron and steel processes.Traditional computer applications include existing, new, and emerging uses of computers to control, monitor and interface steel manufacturing and processing; evolution of industrial control systems — hierarchies and mobile interfaces; modern control system technologies driving a safer workplace; the application of advanced process modeling and control; the impact of human factors and safety in process control (such as users, engineers and support personnel); manufacturing execution systems and business systems; network/wireless communications; automation planning and software development methodologies; database, data warehousing, data mining systems and predictive analytics; remediation of legacy automation systems; and cybersecurity for industrial control systems.

  • Technology committee award planning
    DATC Best Paper Awards 2022

 

Discussion items

  1. Recap of EE 101 Training, September 12 – 15 at The Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel & Spa in Mobile, AL, USA.

  2. EATC and DATC joint session at AISTech 2022.

  3. DA Fundamentals Training.

 

Presentations

  • Cloud Based Asset Monitoring and KPI- Bryan DeBois RoviSys

  • Site Automation Readiness for Smart Factory- Andy Sabo

  • Rockwell Automation Twinsburg Circuit Board Plant Virtual Tour

 

Next meeting - February 2022. Tour of Microsoft.

 

Chair conclusion

 

Tour of RoviSys

5:00 p.m.

End of tour