Tecnatom has actively participated in the American NuclearSociety’s Instrumentation and Control and Human-Machine Interface conference (NPIC & HMIT 2015), which took place in Charlotte (United States).
On this occasion we had a stand in the exhibition area showcasing our technological capabilities. In addition, we presented four papers and chaired two sessions on human-machine collaboration and progress made in instrumentation and control.
The conference included the participation of a large number of organizations involved in nuclear technology, suppliers, plant operators, American national laboratories and regulators. The event was attended by 463 delegates from 26 countries and more than 350 papers were presented.
The four papers presented by Tecnatom aimed to reflect our capabilities in the development of Computerized Operation Support Systems (COSS) and human factors engineering analysis, design and assessment tools, as well as in the design of software operations interfaces.
The event allowed us to establish and strengthen contacts with potential clients and research organizations with which to reinforce collaborations in the future.