The Master Classes bring together masters and young talents in the offshore oil, gas and energy industry for an informal exchange of ideas and experiences, both technical and non-technical. The Master Classes are meant for final year students, starters and young professionals (<6 years work experience, <35 years old, min. Bachelor degree).
Tuesday 23 October, 09.00 - 11.00 hrs. | Hall 3
Speaker: Simon Kennedy, eVision
Exploring new markets for digital technologies
eVision has revolutionized 'permit-to-work' procedures by using digital solutions. eVision counts all the major oil and gas companies among its clients. In this Master Class, Simon Kennedy, COO, eVision will challenge participants to think of how eVision can prepare for the energy transition and to consider new ways to use digital technologies. What new energy markets should eVision enter and what new forms of collaboration can we seek? What new digital solutions can we think of?
Wednesday 24 October, 09.00 - 11.00 hrs. | Hall 3
Speaker: Joost Lasschuit, RolloosOffshore Red Zone Monitoring: Turning technology into a service
An offshore drilling rig can be a dangerous place to operate. Heavy equipment is moving around, but people are still required to perform specific jobs in the same area, so-called red zones. The industry-wide goal to minimize risk and increase situational awareness of crews challenges system integrators like Rolloos to come up with both technologically and operationally sound solutions that contribute to the safety of the workers on the rig. Rolloos is introducing a Red Zone Monitoring solution, an advanced video analytics driven platform to inform crews about the human activity in specific dynamic red zones. As a third-generation family business we have extensive experience in engineering and implementing CCTV systems world-wide. With the Red Zone Monitoring platform we need to also offer the required consultancy and support models to provide the platform as a service. During the Master Class we will engage participants in which business strategy – both commercially and operationally – we should choose.