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Inferring Aseptic Valve Diaphragm Maintenance

Posted in Final Control Element, Profibus on Thursday, December 6th, 2012. 2 comments so far
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Emerson’s Tom Holemans shared a recent problem-solving story with me about a pharmaceutical manufacturer’s desire to reduce aseptic valve maintenance costs and increase overall availability by switching from a preventive to predictive maintenance approach. As a process industry specialist with ASCO Numatics my role is to work closely with manufacturers to help identify ways we […]

Clarifications on Process Fieldbuses

Posted in Foundation Fieldbus, Interoperability, Profibus on Thursday, January 6th, 2011. No comments yet
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As 2010 was winding down, I did a post Digital Busses Team Up for Successful Results in which I referenced a book Catching the Process Fieldbus–An Introduction to Profibus for Process Automation. Over the holidays, I received an email from Emerson’s Jonas Berge, whom you may recall from many digital bus and electronic device description […]

Digital Busses Team Up for Successful Results

Posted in Foundation Fieldbus, Profibus on Friday, December 3rd, 2010. No comments yet
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Those that read this blog regularly know that I rarely delve into controversial topics. The focus is much more about connecting readers with the experts we have all around Emerson Process Management. One of the few posts that caused a dust up was Response to Foundation Fieldbus and Profibus PA Cost Comparison Whitepaper (with a […]

Reducing Complexity to Connect People with Useful Information

Posted in Technologies, Usability on Friday, May 14th, 2010. No comments yet
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Let’s close the week with a peek at a new whitepaper from Emerson’s DeltaV team, Emerson Process Management’s Human Centered Design Philosophy: Conquering Complexity. The team is led by DeltaV brand manager, Rune Reppenhagen. The intent of this human-centered design (HCD) focus is to eliminate unnecessary work, to reduce the applied technology’s complexity, and to […]