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Autonomous Chemistry Control Using OPTIX™ Applied Intelligence

A FREE webinar offered as part of the Solenis InSights webinar series.

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Date: July 14, 2021

Time: 10:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time

Duration: 1 Hour

Language: English

Webinar Overview

Continuous improvement is a critical success factor for paper and tissue producers. With advancements in technology and expanding automation of manufacturing equipment, Industry 4.0 provides significant opportunities for paper and tissue producers to improve their processes. The practical adaptation of advanced analytics to gain further incremental value is vital to their long-term success.

Solenis' OPTIX™ Applied Intelligence platform provides paper and tissue producers the opportunity to autonomously control their process chemistries driven by predictive analytics and machine learning. St. Croix Tissue is one of the first tissue producers to use the OPTIX platform for AI-driven closed-loop process control.

During this webinar, Matt Callicott, one of Solenis’ Digital Solutions experts, reviews the methodologies and application of the OPTIX platform with highlights from St. Croix Operations Manager about success cases and operational learnings.


Matt Callicott

Product Launch Manager – Digital Solutions - Autonomous Chemistry Control

Matt Callicott is a Product Launch Manager for Solenis’ Digital Solutions team. For the past four years, he has supported the development and launch of OPTIX™ Applied Intelligence. With his passion for data-driven solutions, he is helping customers realize the potential use of artificial intelligence for autonomous control within paper and tissue manufacturing processes.

Since joining Solenis in 2014, Matt has worked closely with paper and tissue producers across North America, Latin America, Europe and the Middle East. Prior to joining the Digital Solutions team, he held the position of Sales Account Manager for the pulp and paper industry.

A proud graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology, Matt has a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering.