Kelvin, a software developer that helps companies reach their net-zero goals, is showcasing its innovative solutions such as Kelvin Carbon Maps and Kelvin Copilots that demonstrate how it converges industrial automation and human understanding to convert insights into actions that reduce carbon emissions.
Kelvin Carbon Maps, one of the world’s first industrial solutions for optimising operations to achieve emissions goals, connects vital data and information about production facilities, assets, and processes to engineers and operators.
It provides teams with complete visualisation in a unified view of their entire operations in real-time.
Kelvin Carbon Maps seamlessly identifies bottlenecks, addresses failures, and provides the information required to take action and improve operations.
The company will also present Kelvin Copilots, a solution that enables organisations to fix problems and take action through optimised applications that improve production processes, provide prescriptive recommendations, and execute control decisions.
Kelvin Copilots transform ideas about improving production into actions that achieve real impact on net zero goals.
The GCC is home to some of the world’s most ambitious carbon emissions goals. The region is focused on the next generation of sustainability initiatives to help advance and develop its economies.
Speaking about the company’s participation, Peter Harding, Founder and CEO of Kelvin, says: "Now is the time to showcase Kelvin’s cutting-edge industrial software that enables energy giants and industrial leaders to boost productivity, reduce operational costs and slash emissions."
He adds: "The digital revolution is taking place in the energy markets right now. Kelvin is charting a new path for energy companies to achieve their sustainability goals. We plan to accelerate how companies become more sustainable and reach their net-zero goals. As a company that constantly innovates, we provide the necessary tools for organisations to unlock the full potential of their teams through collaborative control."
Harding will be flying to Abu Dhabi for Adipec. He will also be part of an executive panel at the Decarbonisation Conference on day one of the event.
Kelvin will be exhibiting at Stand PC7, Hall 17, at Adipec. It will also be presenting at the Innovation session on ‘Achieving Net Zero Goals with Industrial Intelligence’.