- June 28, 2011
‚ÄòMeasuring Success‚Äô is a 53-foot mobile showcase featuring a portfolio of process instrumentation, process analyzers and process automation products and solutions.
June 28, 2011 – Siemens announced its Measuring Success tour – a 53-foot mobile showcase featuring a broad portfolio of process instrumentation, process analyzers and process automation products and solutions. “Our goal is to be a full-service and long-term partner with our customers, using our experience and knowledge to work together in solving challenges, reducing costs, minimizing risks and increasing productivity and profitability,” says Raj Batra, president of Siemens Industry Automation Division. “The tour is a testament to our customer-first attitude and will bring products and solutions to our customers’ doorsteps.” Siemens Process Instrumentation and Analytics includes measurement and control products including level, pressure, temperature and flow transmitters, valve instrumentation, regulators and relays, process protection instruments, weigh feeders, belt scales, analytical system integration, gas chromatographs, continuous gas analyzers and laser analytics. These products can be found supporting a host of industries like water, power generation, oil and gas, chemical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, glass, cement and metals. In addition to showing a broad and innovative portfolio of products, the showcase highlights Siemens Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) with a comprehensive display that demonstrates how information can be shared seamlessly to improve customer operations. The measuring success showcase features a control room, process area, instrument shop and analytics shelter all based on Siemens technology. The tour will travel across the country, engaging customers with Siemens process measurement experts. Engaging the process automation community with Siemens expertise is also the point of the recently launched ‘Measuring Success’ blog at https://blogs.siemens.com/measuringsuccess. The Siemens ‘Measuring Success’ blog features weekly articles from Process Instrumentation and Analytics specialists addressing real-time concerns within the process industry. The blog is also designed to allow feedback from end users, opening a dialog of two-way communication for problem solving, technical issues and best practices from industry experts.
Visit the blog to join in the conversation, and learn how Siemens Process Instrumentation and Analytics products and solutions can improve safety, optimize production, reduce life cycle cost and maintenance, minimize environmental impact and increase profits. Siemens Industry Siemens Industry, Inc. is the U.S. affiliate of Siemens’ global Industry Sector business—the world’s leading supplier of production, transportation and building technology solutions. The company’s integrated hardware and software technologies enable comprehensive industry-specific solutions for industrial and infrastructure providers to increase their productivity, sustainability and profitability. The Industry Sector includes six divisions: Building Technologies, Industry Automation, Industry Solutions, Mobility, Drive Technologies and Osram Sylvania. With nearly 204,000 Siemens Industry Sector employees worldwide, the Industry Sector posted a worldwide profit of $4.7 billion on revenues of $47.3 billion in fiscal 2010. Industry Automation A division of Siemens Industry, Inc., the Industry Automation Division is a global leader in the fields of automation systems, low-voltage switchgear and industrial software. Industry Automation’s portfolio ranges from standard products for the manufacturing and process industries to enterprise-wide automation solutions for automobile production facilities and chemical plants. As a leading software supplier, Industry Automation optimizes the entire value chain of manufacturers – from product design and development to production, sales, as well as a wide range of maintenance services. With nearly 33,000 employees worldwide, Industry Automation posted worldwide revenues of $8.4 billion in fiscal year 2010.Learn More
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