Pavilion Technologies announces Value Forum 2006

March 27, 2006
Pavilion Technologies, a world leader in model-based software, today announced plans to hold its annual worldwide user conference, "Value Forum '06: Driving World-Class Performance," at the Hotels van Oranje, Noordwijk, the Netherlands, May 10-12. The event, which is geared to plant managers, operations managers and engineering personnel of some of the world's leading manufacturing companies, will provide a forum to share insight and exchange best practices on enhancing operational performance to meet business objectives. Industry speakers will include Dyckerhoff, Fonterra Operations, Halliburton, Imerys, NOVA Chemicals, SAP, Sinopec Yangzi Petrochemical and Unilever Australasia.  Speed enthusiast and first man to break the world's supersonic land speed record, Richard Noble, will deliver the keynote address.The three-day worldwide gathering of customers, business partners, executives and product experts will provide valuable networking and educational opportunities, including sessions on industry and technology trends as well as real-world business solutions utilizing various Pavilion solutions. The forum will showcase a comprehensive agenda filled with case study presentations, workshops and breakout sessions led by some of the industry's leading analysts and manufacturing industry executives. Featured keynote speaker and technology entrepreneur, Richard Noble OBE, the leader for the SSC Thrust Team, will share his experiences in implementing successful project management campaigns. "Value Forum '06 will provide an excellent venue for our customers and partners to come together and learn about the latest advances, tools, and best-practice applications to further increase their process efficiencies," said Ralph Carter, CEO, Pavilion Technologies. "The forum will also give us the opportunity to not only provide our customers with insight to further optimize their operations, but also to share Pavilion's innovative technology vision and future product direction and make sure we've got their full input into that direction." Throughout the forum, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in targeted speaker tracks that represent the primary value driver sought from their Pavilion deployment. Each track will illustrate best practices for Advanced Process Control (APC) and environmental technology implementations, including increasing production, enhancing product quality, reducing variable costs, reducing emissions, reporting and trading emissions, and monitoring emissions. In addition, executives from Cargill BV, Dyckerhoff, Fonterra, Halliburton, NOVA Chemicals, Sinopec Yangzi Petrochemical, Sasol Germany GmbH and Unilever Australasia will deliver case studies highlighting the benefits of their Pavilion deployments. Attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in a hands-on-technology showcase with Pavilion product experts to explore the latest Pavilion8 enabled applications and solutions; including the latest advances in model predictive control and model predictive intelligenceT technologies. Formal and informal networking opportunities will also be available to give attendees the chance to meet with other Pavilion partners and users to share knowledge and learn new strategies.For more information about the conference or to register, please visit Pavilion's website at or contact Ashley Hobbs at +1.512.438.1570.

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