NAEM to Introduce Innovations, Emerging Technologies at its 2019 TECH Conference in New Orleans
"EHS&S technology is no longer limited to software alone," said NAEM Executive Director Carol Singer Neuvelt. "We have therefore designed our TECH conference to address common challenges, demonstrate best practices and explore emerging opportunities for using technology to achieve business results for users across the full spectrum of the maturity curve."
Since 2001, NAEM's annual technology conference has been the premier opportunity for software users to discuss data management challenges and share solutions. Starting this year, the program will now offer tracks on how companies are optimizing performance through software, as well as a new focus on how companies are integrating innovations such as smart sensors, artificial intelligence and drones into their programs.
For those who are in the market for a new data management system, the conference will continue to feature user-led demonstrations of the leading software systems, a full exhibit hall of providers, and workshops to support the selection process. The conference will also offer dedicated time for one-on-one meetings between shoppers and providers.
The discussion will begin on March 12, 2019 at the Arcadis Thought Leadership Forum, hosted by Arcadis, a leading provider of consulting services for those who are shopping for new systems, implementing software and integrating technology into their EHS&S programs.
On March 13, 2019, NAEM will host two morning workshops to help software buyers optimize the software selection and implementation processes. That afternoon, the conference will open with a keynote panel discussion on how technology is poised to transform EHS&S management, followed by user demonstrations and case studies organized into three tracks: 'Digitizing your EHS Management System', 'Leveraging your Software System to Minimize Risk' and 'Harnessing Innovations to Unlock Breakthrough Results'.
To learn more about this year's agenda or to register, please visit http://ehsmis.naem.org/index.php.