Articles & News on Instruments & Sensors

AVEVA to help Covestro digitize process engineering workflow

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Covestro chose AVEVA’s SimCentral Simulation Platform as a single solution to replace legacy systems across the plant lifecycle.

BASF chooses Emerson to modernize automation software and controllers at German chemical production

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BASF will implement Emerson’s hybrid automation solution that replaces existing programmable logic controllers (PLCs), used to control 20 reactors, with Emerson’s DeltaV PK Controller.

BASF chooses Emerson to modernize automation software and controllers at German chemical production

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BASF will implement Emerson’s hybrid automation solution that replaces existing programmable logic controllers (PLCs), used to control 20 reactors, with Emerson’s DeltaV PK Controller.

MCAA announces induction of Ken Hoffer into the Measurement, Control and Automation Hall of Fame

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On Wednesday, May 1, during the Association’s Industry Forum in Tucson, AZ, the distinguished achievement award was presented to Ken Hoffer, Chief Executive Officer of Hoffer Flow Controls, Inc.

KPM Analytics announces acquisition of Sensortech Systems

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Headquartered in Oxnard, CA USA, Sensortech joins KPM as provider of real-time moisture measurement and solutions that automates quality control. Sensortech further expands KPM’s core NIR technology portfolio while adding RF to KPM’s technology mix.

TASI Group announces acquisition of Sierra Instruments

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Offering flow and test solutions to international markets, Sierra Instruments is comprised of two divisions: FLOW, headquartered in Monterey, California and AUTO, headquartered in Malvern, United Kingdom.

KPM Analytics announces acquisition of Sightline Process Control

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Sightline Process Control is a company specializing in 3D color vision and automated inspection systems for the food production process.

Rockwell Automation announces addition of five companies to PartnerNetwork Program

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The PartnerNetwork program allows companies to face automation challenges together by providing access to a network of suppliers, distributors, system integrators and OEMs.

Servitization for Sensors: Is S2aaS a viable business model?

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By Jonathan Wilkins, EU Automation The rapid pace of change in North American manufacturing is causing a dramatic increase in the servitization of products. The reason for this spike? Sensors.

AVEVA announces winners of competition for Chemical Engineering students

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The competition involved 56 students from 20 universities in North America remotely using AVEVA’s industrial simulation software platform, SimCentral, to solve a challenge: design, optimize and operate a process to produce dimethyl ether—a gas that can be used as automotive fuel—for electric power generation and in domestic applications such as heating and cooking.