Digitaltest has announced a partnership with JOT Automation to bring innovative solutions to the markets for new level of performance to create new revenue streams and improve customer experience.
- by Renee Bassett
Process plants install the world’s most sophisticated air pollution control systems, but they can be ineffective if the flow meters they rely on deliver inaccurate or unreliable data. This excerpt is from chapter 5 of the Air/Gas Flow Measurement Solutions Handbook covers everything from wet gas measurement issues to essential questions for specifying the correct flowmeter.
- by Nick Petrosyan
Self-service batch analytics deliver added value and stronger market position in Industry 4.0.
Emerson executes turnkey project that enables gas-fired plant to generate additional revenue, reduce costs.
In conjunction with their ongoing research cooperation, Siemens Smart Infrastructure and Netze BW GmbH have co-developed an intelligent and environmentally-friendly distribution substation.
Digital commissioning application and Netilion turnover package provides added value services to ensure projects stay on time, on-budget, and up to date on project steps.
- by Bill Lydon, Automation.com
By Bill Lydon
The Process Automation industry has been heavily impacted by the influx of new technologies and, as we enter the next decade, several organizations are providing roadmaps in order to help process automation companies enable the best practices to leverage these technologies and drive competitiveness and productivity forward.
Phoenix Contact, HARTING, Molex, Murrelektronik, Binder, CONEC, ESCHA and Weidmüller have come together to establish a standard for the push-pull locking mechanism of M12 connectors on the market. Together, they are pursuing the one goal of ensuring compatibility across manufacturers.
New ARC Advisory Group research on the global Fire and Gas Systems market reveals that manufacturers are switching to cloud-based systems to be able to provide employees with remote access to their gas detection systems.
- by Bill Lydon
By Bill Lydon
Many organizations in the manufacturing industry have shifted assets in order to innovate and produce solutions that are contributing to the protection of medical personnel on the front lines of the COVID-19 fight. In this article, we highlight two of these innovative engineering solutions that are keeping these crucial personnel safe
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