Visakhapatnam: A prestigious two-days "Computer Society of India Annual National Conference" will be organised by the Visakhapatnam Chapter of Computer Society of India in association with Visakhapatnam Steel Plant (VSP). The theme of the Conference is 'Edge Computing, Process Automation thru Robotics, Industry 4.0 and Cognitive Technology (EPIC)." The Conference will be held on February 20 to 21, 2020 in Visakhapatnam.
The brochure for EPIC-2020 was released on Tuesday by the chief patron of this mega event RINL-VSP's CMD PK Rath in presence of CSI Executive committee and its esteemed members. On this occasion newly designed website www.csi-vizag.org/epic was also launched by him for its wide publicity.
Speaking on the occasion, Rath mentioned that it is a relevant subject in the present scenario and the edge computing and process automation would definitely revolutionize the industry and contribute for cost reduction.
The two-day conference will serve as a forum for the Industries, Government Bodies, Academia, MNCs, NGOs, Professionals, Engineers, Developers, Practitioners, Researchers and Students to share, interact and exchange their knowledge, experience and ideas about how the ensuing disruptive technologies are changing the today's society and the industry in particular leading to the evolution of latest development in cutting edge Industry 4.0 solutions in the entire organisational eco-system.
Necessary guidance and support for the convention are being provided by CSI-Vizag chapter's chairman and vice-chairman Director (Personnel) KC Das and RINL's Director (Projects) KK Ghosh respectively.
According to the CSI Local Chapter Secretary, Dr BG Reddy, around 20 renowned speakers across India are supposed to deliver lectures in this convention. CSI is requesting all IT professionals to utilise this opportunity and participate in a big number.
CSI's Treasure AN Biswal proposed the vote of thanks.
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