In a Control Engineering article, Five essential criteria for effective mobile HMIs, Emerson’s Mariana Dionisio, Camilo Fadul and Cindy Scott share criteria for secure, easy to use, and collaborative mobile HMIs.
Planning Operator Workloads
There's a great question on planning operator workloads. This Emerson Exchange 365 community, DeltaV group member posted, Is there a standard, industry reference or best practice to determine operator workload and staff requirement for DCS consoles? In part, they ask:...
Mobile Control System Operational Experience
One only has to do cursory "people-watching" to see how connected most all of us are to our mobile devices. Whether it's social feeds, news, messaging or other activities much of our attention goes there. This technology is transforming the way we interact, learn and...
Innovations in Control System Operator Interfaces
Operators in plant and production facilities have relied on Operator Interfaces (OIs), also known as human-machine interfaces (HMIs), as their window into the process—to monitor, control and work through abnormal situations. In a ControlGlobal.com article, OI package...
Bridging Color Sciences with Process Automation
I hate to date myself, but I remember the first color monitors coming into process automation operator workstations in the 1980s when I was a young systems engineer. Having a palette of colors was really nice when putting together displays for our operators on...
Stay up to Date with the Latest News and Updates
Subscribe for Updates
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.