On May 24th, 2023, the THTH Webinar hosted an exciting event featuring presentations on the new DEXPI+ data format for processes. The event was attended by professionals from various industries, including chemical, oil and gas, and engineering.
The webinar began with a presentation by David Cameron, who introduced the new DEXPI+ data format. He explained how the format is an extension of the existing DEXPI format, which is widely used in the process industry. The DEXPI+ format includes additional features that make it more versatile and user-friendly, allowing for better collaboration and data exchange between different software tools.
Following David’s presentation, representatives from AFRI and Semantum presented their experiences with DEXPI. They shared how they have successfully implemented DEXPI in their respective organizations and how it has improved their processes. They also discussed the challenges they faced during implementation and how they overcame them.
The presentations were followed by a Q&A session, where attendees had the opportunity to ask questions and share their thoughts on the new DEXPI+ format. The session was lively and informative, with attendees expressing their excitement about the potential of the new format.
For those who missed the live event, a recorded session is available on YouTube. The recording includes all the presentations and the Q&A session, allowing viewers to catch up on the latest developments in DEXPI.
Overall, the THTH Webinar on the new DEXPI+ data format was a great success. The presentations provided valuable insights into the benefits of DEXPI and how it can improve processes in various industries. The event also highlighted the importance of collaboration and data exchange in the process industry, and how DEXPI can facilitate this. We look forward to seeing more developments in this area and the continued growth of DEXPI.
- YouTube video with recording of the conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2aG98GSROo
- Additional material on the webinar: https://www.ththry.org/activities/SpringWebinar_2023/