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Usability and Other Improvements in DeltaV Version 12

Posted in Communities, Usability on Wednesday, March 6th, 2013. 2 comments so far
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I wanted to highlight a series of posts from Emerson’s Bruce Greenwald on his Process Control Musings blog. He highlights some additions to the DeltaV version 12 release— DeltaV Version 12 Fun Facts and Features: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 In Part 1, Bruce highlights the operating system capabilities—running on Windows 7 […]

Streamlined Pressure Transmitter Local Operator Interface

Posted in Pressure, Usability on Tuesday, February 26th, 2013. No comments yet
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In a post, Continuously Diagnosing the Instrumentation Electrical Loop, we shared some new diagnostics available in the Rosemount Enhanced 3051 Pressure Transmitter. Emerson’s Alexander Miller shared some additional information with me about the Local Operator Interfaces (LOI) on the Enhanced 3051, in addition to the 2051 and 2088 with Selectable HART.

Why Product Usability Matters

Posted in Usability on Thursday, October 25th, 2012. One comment so far
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Flow Control magazine interviewed Emerson Process Management president Steve Sonnenberg and chief strategy officer Peter Zornio on product usability. The article, Emerson On Why Product Usability Matters, shares their thoughts on some of the whys behind taking a human centered design (HCD) approach to product development. Steve opened by noting the demographic shift underway where […]

How We Work-Human Centered Design for the Project

Posted in Asset Optimization, Usability on Wednesday, October 24th, 2012. No comments yet
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Emerson’s Tom Wallace completes his series of posts on the impacts of a human-centered design (HCD) approach. In today’s guest post, he explores its impact on automation projects. Field devices cost is a small part of overall project cost, however they are typically installed late in a project and can make or break the project […]

Human Centered Design Improvements to Temperature Measurement

Posted in Temperature, Usability on Friday, October 5th, 2012. No comments yet
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There is always a swirl of activity before large events. And none is larger than next week’s Emerson Exchange conference in Anaheim, California. We’re expecting a record turnout and I look forward to reconnecting and meeting as many of you who’ll be there as is humanly possible. They’ll be some news of new and better […]