Select region & language

Austria

German

Greece

Greek

Romania

Romanian

Hungary

Hungarian

Russia

Russian

Belgium

Dutch

French

Ireland

English

Serbia

Serbian

Italy

Italian

Slovakia

Slovakian

Croatia

Croatian

Latvia

Latvian

Slovenia

Slovenian

Czech Republic

Czech

Lithuania

Lithuanian

Spain

Spanish

Denmark

Danish

Luxembourg

French

Sweden

Swedish

Estonia

Estonian

Netherlands

Dutch

Finland

Finnish

Norway

Norwegian

Turkey

Turkish

France

French

Poland

Polish

United Kingdom

English

Germany

German

Portugal

Portuguese

Argentina

Spanish

Costa Rica

Spanish

Mexico

Spanish

Aruba

Spanish

Dominican Republic

Spanish

Panama

Spanish

Bolivia

Spanish

Ecuador

Spanish

Puerto Rico

Spanish

Brazil

Portuguese

El Salvador

Spanish

United States of America

English

Guatemala

Spanish

Uruguay

Spanish

Chile

Spanish

Honduras

Spanish

Peru

Spanish

Colombia

Spanish

Kuwait

English

Qatar

English

Lebanon

English

Saudi Arabia

English

Bahrain

English

Madagascar

English

French

Botswana

English

French

South Africa

English

Cameroon

English

French

Mauritius

English

French

Tanzania

English

French

Côte d'Ivoire

English

French

United Arab Emirates

English

Israel

Hebrew

Oman

English

Jordan

English

Pakistan

English

Zimbabwe

English

French

Palestine

English

Australia

English

Kazakhstan

Russian

Singapore

English

Bangladesh

English

Malaysia

English

South Korea

Korean

Sri Lanka

English

India

English

Myanmar

English

Taiwan (Chinese Taipei)

Chinese - Traditional

Indonesia

English

New Zealand

English

Thailand

English

Japan

Japanese

Philippines

English

Vietnam

English

The Process Automation Podcast

A new series taking you behind the scenes of the largest, most complex industrial operations on the planet.

From the phones in our hands, to the water in our taps Process Automation technologies are behind the scenes, helping orchestrate industrial processes, machinery and systems to operate seamlessly and efficiently to enable our everyday.

Join presenter and engineer Fran Scott as she explores how automation, electrification and digital technologies – through their role in industry – are contributing to life the way we know it and are enabling society to become more efficient and sustainable to make a world of difference.

Each episode will delve deep into how process automation technologies are transforming various industries around the world, taking you behind the scenes of some of the largest and most complex infrastructures on the planet that provide the basic building blocks of life – power, water, metals, chemicals and much more.

Subscribe to The Process Automation Podcast wherever you get your podcasts, so you never miss an episode. 

Subscribe to The Process Automation Podcast

About the host

Fran Scott is the Science Content Developer at the Royal Institution and has been listed in The Progress 1000 London’s most influential people. A scientist by training and an engineer at heart, Fran uses her knowledge to entertain and excite audiences of stage and screen. She is best known for her work with the BBC where she has presented eight series for CBBC, six series for BBC Learning Zone, and one for BBC Worldwide. For Fran, science and entertainment is at the heart of what she does, and this seems to have struck a chord with those wanting informative and yet engaging factual programmes, with her shows becoming successes across the globe and receiving numerous recognitions including four BAFTA nominations, a JAPAN prize nomination and a RTS award.

Fran Scott portrait
Fran Scott portrait

Related podcasts

Making a world of difference

Orchestrating the ‘magic’ behind our everyday life

Across societies and economies, many of us take it for granted that we have reliable power at the flip of a switch, that water flows at the turn of a knob, or that goods are available at our fingertips. What we rarely think about are the sophisticated, interconnected processes, systems, technologies and operations working around the clock to enable everyday life as many of us know it.