The symposium committee is pleased to announce that John Krajewski from Schneider Electric will be an invited speaker for the 2015 ISA Water/Wastewater and Automatic Controls Symposium. John will be presenting on the Situational Awareness – The Next Leap in Industrial Human Machine Interface Design.
John will discuss how the Human Machine Interface (HMI) should be designed to optimize the operator’s interpretation of the vast amount of data being displayed. The cornerstone of improving the overall HMI design is to deliver Situational Awareness (SA). Only by achieving the proper Situational Awareness can the operations team make effective decisions that will deliver overall business success.
As industrial processes evolve, so will the design of the HMIs that are used to operate those processes. Instead of asking the operators to focus on a large volume of process parameters, the data will be placed into context to deliver situational awareness. Instead of having the operations staff being viewed as labor resources they will be empowered as information craftsmen that will make key business decisions in real time. Instead of operating in a reactive mode the systems will be proactively managed to extract the maximum business value from those systems. Ultimately the focus of the operations teams will shift from merely operating the process to real time business management.
About the Speaker:
John Krajewski has 19+ years experience in industrial automation and control systems. John began his career working as a Control System Engineer in the potable water industry. Subsequently, John worked as an Application Engineer for a System Integrator who primarily focuses on the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. He joined Invensys Wonderware in April 2000 as a Senior Application Developer in the Product Marketing Department. Shortly thereafter, John assumed the role of Product Marketing’s Functional Manager of Infrastructure. John Spent 5 years as a Domain Architect with responsibilities for architectural and functional definition of InTouch and ArchestrA technologies. For the past 5 years John has served in multiple Product Management roles for Invensys HMI/Supervisory Control products. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.