New Technology Showcase

April 26 - 29, 2020 | Atlanta, GA, USA

New Technology Showcase 1 & 2

Monday - Tuesday, April 27-28, 2020  • 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

 New Technology Showcase Theater, Exhibit Hall

Witness the Latest Technologies and Advances in the Industry

Attendees have the ability to learn about exciting new technologies and advances developed by
exhibitors selected for the Showcase. Take advantage of the opportunity to see these
new innovations and to speak directly with each presenting company.


Monday, April 27

12:00pm - 1:30pm
New Technology Showcase 1


  NTS1.1 Leveraging Big Data Analytics to Predict Dry End Quality Parameters on a Paper Machine David Eapen, Valmet
  NTS1.2 OPTIX Applied Intelligence - Predictive Analytics for Key Quality Measures Paul Valeck, Solenis
  NTS1.3 The Acoustic Fingerprint of Black Liquor - Soft Sensor-based Recovery Boiler Operation Decision Support Pia Holmberg, Acosense
  NTS1.4 ESprayScan mPT: Mobile Spray Pattern Characterization Kyle Bade, Spraying Systems Co.
  NTS1.5 Improving High Consistency Refiner Stability by Replacing Electromechanical Guide-valve with Hydraulic Servo Valve and Removing In-gap Position Sensor Sylvain Renaud, Andritz
  NTS1.6 The Future of Sensor Calibration and Sampling Services Gary Hopkins, Conmark, Inc.
  NTS1.7 Get Industry 4.0 Results with Your Existing Instruments and Controls Devin Cole, Metso
  NTS1.8 Harnessing Data to Fuel Continuous Improvement in the Paper and Tissue Industry Tim Fitzgerald, Sight Machine
  NTS1.9 Better Understanding Water Removal Dynamics Using Advanced Microwave Technologies Bernard Bigras-Denis, Cristini
  NTS1.10 Coating Color and Starch Control - Online and in Real-Time Karl Nilsson, Acosense

Tuesday, April 28

12:00pm - 1:30pm
 New Technology Showcase 2


  NTS2.1 Transformer Oil, Sf6 Gas & Nitrogen Leak Repairs Gary Brown, The Colt Group
  NTS2.2 The Convergence of Predictive and Preventative Maintenance with APM Software Jared Hartness, GE Digital
  NTS2.3 Stand Alone Camera Based Solutions for Edge Crack Detection Brian Mock, Event Capture Systems Inc
  NTS2.4 Application of Advanced Microbial Diagnostics and Optimized Biocontrol Strategies Lead to Increased Production Efficiency Laura Rice, Nalco Water
  NTS2.5 EXCEVAL Barrier Polymer for Sustainable Packaging Jens-Mikael Gottberg, Kuraray
  NTS2.6 New Approach to Stickies and Pitch Control Harold Laser, DuBois Chemicals
  NTS2.7 DryMaster System: The New Generation of Short Wave Infrared Technology Stephane Defrance, Ircon Drying Systems Corp.
  NTS2.8 Novel Approach to Achieving Oil and Grease Resistance without Cracking and Blocking Problems Paul Durocher, HS Manufacturing Group
  NTS2.9 The Impact of Predictive Analytics on Quality and Procurement Tim Crisp & Michael McSween, merQbiz
  NTS2.10 Unique Sales and Operations Planning solution for Pulp, Paper and Packaging Industry Inigo Bridle, I-Plan