DEXPI Process

Version 1.0

Released by the DEXPI Initiative on December 15, 2023



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  • David Cameron (University of Oslo)

  • Eric Carnet (Aveva)

  • Behnam Ghahraman (Aucotec)

  • Iskandar Halim (ISCEE)

  • Leon Hanke (Aucotec)

  • Monica Hole (Aibel)

  • Idar Pe Ingebrigtsen (Equinor)

  • Anselm Klose (TU Dresden)

  • Wilhelm Otten (WOtten-Consulting)

  • Andreas Schüller (Yncoris/NAMUR)

  • Maged Selim (Aveva)

  • Martin te Lintelo (USPI)

  • Heiner Temmen (Evonik)

  • Manfred Theißen (pnb plants & bytes)

  • Gregor Tolksdorf (Evonik)