Offshore Windfarm communications: top trends and challenges you shouldn’t miss!
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We do know the strategic importance and business benefits of a state-of-the-art communication and marine management system in Offshore Windfarms during construction and operation phases.
Protecting people health and safety, optimizing offshore operations and improving productivity are top priorities.
Let’s discuss Offshore Windfarms operational challenges and how to solve them.
Our Experts will cover
- What are the top trends & challenges in Offshore Windfarms?
- How to cope with them in a smart way: top safety & efficiency use cases based on our field experience?
- What are the best and cost-effective answers, including a panorama of critical communication and new edge computing solutions for better reliability and efficiency?
Global Head of Vertical Edge/AI offers at Atos
Mehdi joined Atos in 2014 to lead global sales for Customer experience, Robotics & Digital workplace offerings before joining Big Data & Security division in 2019 to lead global sales and vertical offers for Edge computing & AI. He has had several roles in the areas of business development, presales, architecture, program management and strategy within the last 20+ years, always striving to transform customer and employee experience, improve operations, lower costs and accelerate business growth using innovative technology solutions and break-through strategies.
Global Head of Sales, Mission Critical Systems at Atos
Mr. Heinrich has been working in the wind industry for the past 10 years. He has studied communication engineering on the Technical University of Vienna. After his study he spent 25 years at Siemens in various roles in the telecommunication business starting from system engineering over project management to business and sales management. Starting with London Array in 2010 he put his focus on mission critical communication for offshore windfarms being involved with his team in more than 15 projects till today in UK, Netherland and German waters. In 2018 the business unit was sold by Siemens to Atos, where he continued the offshore wind engagement with strong focus on transformation to next generation communication technologies as well as new regions, recently starting the his project in Taiwan. Since July 2020 Mr. Heinrich has taken over the position as Global Head of Sales for Mission Critical Systems, which includes the offshore windfarm business.