MEICA highlighted innovative technologies for instrumentation, industrial cybersecurity and process automation – News
The event saw the presence of more than 300 people from more than 50 companies, in 33 countries
The 3rd Annual Middle East Cybersecurity and Instrumentation Automation (MEICA) Conference opened on a grand note at Raffles Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The 3-day forum, which ended on Wednesday, provided key information on the latest technologies related to instrumentation control, industrial cybersecurity and process automation from various industries.
The event saw the presence of over 300 people from over 50 companies, in 33 countries, including the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, the United States of America, Europe and Africa.
“MEICA was the first conference on instrumentation, cybersecurity and automation in the Middle East. Keeping market needs in mind, this unique platform has evolved and become more inclusive in the face of changing trends, with industrial cybersecurity being part of the main theme. This year’s event will showcase technologies from GCC and around the world that will help oil and gas producers, power generators, the aviation industry, and more. to enhance and enhance process efficiency, security and inculcate cybersecurity best practices,” said Romin Mathew, Director, Aldrich International – the event organizers.
MEICA witnessed the presence of key service providers and engineers involved in equipment design, standards, maintenance and reliability, cybersecurity, and asset integrity practices that evolve around instrumentation. The forum also offered in-depth insight into the prodigy of GCC’s heavy industry cybersecurity and automation equipment by providing a whole new perspective on the technology and engineering expertise needed to achieve a sustainable outcome for the industry.
A wealthy technical conference, featuring the latest innovations, MEICA showcased the importance of current trends and highlighted the importance of adapting best practices to benchmark cost-effective methods that will empower end users and operators. The conference also served as a platform to connect with regional and international experts, focusing on all aspects of production, manufacturing and processing in various sectors.
In addition, the strategy conference also hosted a series of sessions and panel discussions on key topics covering instrumentation, process automation, and industrial cybersecurity. In this edition of the conference, MEICA also presented the importance of selecting the right instrumentation and how it plays a vital role in the energy industry to not only increase, which can not only improve operational processes, but also offer reduced environmental impacts.