Posts Tagged ‘DeltaV’

Better Decisions with Intelligent Mobile Access

Posted in Technologies on Friday, November 2nd, 2018. No comments yet
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The rise of smart phone and tablets has enabled businesses to completely rethink workflows and access to information. Within the world of manufacturing, this is even true for supervising and managing the process. In a Chemical Engineering article, Engineering Challenges? There’s a Mobile Application for That, Emerson’s Mariana Dionisio describes how the DeltaV Mobile application: […]

Collaboration for Cybersecurity Resiliency and Robustness

Posted in Cyber-Security on Thursday, November 1st, 2018. No comments yet
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Maintaining robust defenses from cyber-attacks is a priority for manufacturers. They rely on their automation suppliers to provide security-hardened technologies and cybersecurity services to help defend against new attacks and maintain resiliency and robustness over time. One key element in robustness is quickly finding, fixing and distributing patches for newly discovered vulnerabilities. Industrial control systems […]

Improving Control Performance

Posted in Process Optimization on Friday, October 5th, 2018. No comments yet
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Today is the final day of the 2018 Emerson Exchange conference. The last session I’m attending is on Control Performance with Emerson’s James Beall, Courtney (Eddie) Lane, Dirk Thiele and Aspentech’s Alex Kalafatis. After the panel introduced themselves, Dirk opened the panel with a poll question, “How would you rate the overall control performance in […]

Augmented Reality for Operators

Posted in Operator Performance, Technologies on Thursday, October 4th, 2018. One comment so far
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Augmented reality—a day in the life of operations is the intriguing title of a 2018 Emerson Exchange conference presentation. Emerson’s Aaron Crews, Mary Grace Francisco, and Mark Nixon joined University of Texas Center for Energy & Environmental Resources‘ Robert Montgomery. Mark open the presentation introducing the panelists and noting how augmented reality (AR) is being […]

Future of Control Systems

Posted in Technologies on Tuesday, September 25th, 2018. No comments yet
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The pace of technological change is dizzying. Even in our world of automation where there’s a premium on proven, amazing changes have occurred over the past decade. In a Control Engineering Europe article, Looking into the future of control systems, Emerson’s Bob Halgren shares his thoughts on where process control systems are headed in this […]