Sold out pavilion!
The Digitalisation Zone in Hall 4 will consist of 15 companies and is sold out. Being part of the pavilion offers great opportunities for exposure and value creation, as well as being a cost-effective solution for companies to display their solutions. Cegal, a provider of hybrid cloud solutions, software and consultancy to the oil and gas industry is exhibiting at ONS for the first time:
– The creation of the Digitalisation Zone is a turning point for us with regards to ONS attendance. Being part of a community where the aim is to help customers with their digital transformation is a great opportunity. Cegal is a unique digitalisation partner for the oil and gas industry. The totality in our offering underpins and gives fuel to our customers’ digital processes, says Espen Knudsen, Product Manager at Cegal.
IT companies are experiencing that the oil and gas industry have woken up to the challenge and are seeking digital improvements, through collaborations and new suppliers, in all areas of their operations.
– New technological opportunities put digitalisation higher on the agenda for business leaders within the exploration and production industry. This is exactly why the Digitalisation Zone is an important contribution to ONS. We are confident that being present at the Digitalisation Zone will generate valuable discussions with the industry, existing and potential customers, says Espen Knudsen.
Leif Johan Sevland, President and CEO of ONS, believes that the massive interest in the Digitalization Zone, demonstrates that ONS is an excellent arena for digital solution providers to showcase their technologies to the international oil and energy industry.
– We are currently experiencing a phase in which digitalisation is genuinely impacting every aspect of society, and the energy industry is no exception. Companies are looking ahead and thinking about how digital technologies and data analytics can transform their business, says Leif Johan Sevland.
In addition to the 15 companies, several other IT companies will be situated in close proximity to the Digitalisation Zone. To complement the focus on digital, conference speakers will debate topics such as digital energy platforms of the future, cybersecurity and enabling technologies such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality and blockchain.