Tinh Phan shares some ways manufacturers and producers can address some of the long lead times that they may be experiencing from their suppliers with regard to instrumentation and automation by incorporating predictive maintenance strategies.
Solving Power Quality Reliability Problems
Emerson's Tinh Phan teamed with Peter Pan from Emerson Climate Technologies on an Emerson Exchange presentation, WirelessHART Power Metering Solving Power Quality Reliability Problems. Their abstract: Having power issues on your critical assets? Emerson robust wired...
Combined Reliability-Centered Course for Instrumentation Professionals
At a meeting last week with our global consultants, I caught up with Emerson's Tinh Phan. He shared with me a new course that has been created using human-centered design (HCD) persona information by the Emerson Educational Services team. It addresses how to manage...
DeltaV and AMS Device Manager PlantWeb Integration – What you need to know
Emerson's Tinh Phan discussed the integration of control and asset management with DeltaV and AMS Device manager. His abstract:With the continuous changing integration of DeltaV and AMS Device Manager since DeltaV v11, End User are not getting the benefits of Emerson...
Monitoring Plant Asset and Automation System Health
As process manufacturers lose experienced automation professionals to retirement and/or turnover, the need to maintain reliable operations remains. Emerson's Tinh Phan provides a look at system health monitoring from the field devices, through the asset and control...
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