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The modular CK design enabled the operator to tailor the actuator specification to precisely match the requirements of the application. The selection of CK actuators complete with Centronik digital control units required only the provision of a mains electricity supply to provide automation of the previously hand operated valves.
The event outlined GE's intended path to greater productivity for customers who take advantage of advances in the company‚Äôs Asset Performance Management (APM) and ServiceMax industrial applications, powered by Predix, GE‚Äôs platform for the Industrial Internet.
This capability will enhance ABB‚Äôs ability to address trends toward bigger, more power-hungry data centers and industrial plants that require ever-larger UPS systems.
An R&D program has been initiated there to discover new uses for the TC with help from a new automated process for winding coils.
For the fourth consecutive year, Schneider Electric, a specialist in energy management and automation, was recognised as a Leader in ADMS systems by Gartner, Inc. in their Magic Quadrant for Advanced Distribution Management Systems report.
The Puget Sound Electrical JATC team ‚Äî students Matthew Pulk, Andrew Wissink, Pavel Lutsyuk, and Xerxes Shelly, and advisor Steve Uhrich ‚Äî used Fluke Connect Wireless Sensors and software to provide the information necessary for re-commissioning a customer's solar photovoltaic system and confirming that the photovoltaic system generated the power anticipated.
This addition of North Hills Signal Processing to the DDC family expands DDC‚Äôs transformer product and technology portfolio with MIL-STD-1553, RF wideband, interface and power magnetic solutions, along with expanded manufacturing capabilities and engineering resources.
ABB‚Äôs solar conversion technology is suitable for power ranges from small kW to multi-MW, and is backed up by a comprehensive package of communication, monitoring and control solutions, designed to maximize solar power profits and support across the entire life cycle of a project.
By Johannes Petrowisch, COPA-DATA Today, advancements in connectivity and the introduction of cloud computing are making monitoring industrial environments a lot more sophisticated. As we enter the era of the smart factory, this article will discusses the benefits of cloud computing for the manufacturing industry.
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