Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

Ronnie is a seasoned professional chemical engineer, passionate about delivering value in complex multi-dimensional environments. He has deep experience in developing new business applications in the domains of Process Simulation, Optimization & SaaS, with strong industry insight and a drive to improve the performance of process facilities.

Posts by or with Ronnie Bains

Simulations Drive Value across Automation Lifecycle

Simulations Drive Value across Automation Lifecycle

Do you view simulation of your automation system as being complex? In a Control Engineering Europe article, Simulation needs to overcome perceived complexity and trust issues (pp. 12-13), Emerson's Ronnie Bains and other industry experts share how advancing technology...

read more

Digital Twin Technology for Projects and Ongoing Operations

Simulation technology continues to advance to improve manufacturing performance in both the capital project and ongoing operations phases. We've highlighted examples of how these performance gains are achieved in earlier posts with Emerson's Ronnie Bains. Today at...

read more
Digital Twin for Increased Project and Operational Performance

Digital Twin for Increased Project and Operational Performance

You may have been seeing the phrase "Digital Twin" more and more in the automation and industry press. Wikipedia defines the Digital twin concept as: …a digital replica of physical assets, processes and systems that can be used for various purposes.[1] The digital...

read more
3D Immersive Dynamic Simulations

3D Immersive Dynamic Simulations

You may have seen the recent announcement that Google Glass is back as Google Glass Enterprise Edition (EE) designed for workplace environments like ours in the manufacturing space. This technology joins others well established technologies such as Daqri and Gilgamesh...

read more

Developing High-Level Operator Skills Prior to Startup

For those that follow the various forms of auto racing, you know that the skills of the drivers typically separate overall race results, even when the racecars are nearly identical in performance. And so it is with experienced, high-level operators in process...

read more

Subscribe for Updates

Follow Us

We invite you to follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube to keep up to date on all the latest news, events and innovations to help you take on and solve your toughest challenges.

Want to re-purpose, reuse or translate content?

Please do, Just link back to the post and send us a quick note so we can share your work. Thanks!

Our Global Community

Emerson Exchange 365

The opinions expressed here are the personal opinions of the authors. Content published here is not read or approved by Emerson before it is posted and does not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Emerson.