Articles & News on Operations & Management

ABB’s new analytics and AI software helps producers optimize operations

  • News

ABB launches analytics software and services that combines operational data with engineering and IT data to deliver actionable intelligence.

Ivanti and Intel Partner to Provide Better Remote Worker Management

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Intel® Endpoint Management Assistant Now Integrates with Ivanti Neurons Platform to Self-Heal, Self-Secure and Self-Service for Remote Workers. 

Productive Robotics Enhances Cobots with Real-time, Cyber-secure Remote Monitoring

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Productive Robotics releases Productive Analytics, providing real-time status monitoring for all OB7 cobots.

Cairn Oil & Gas Deploys Honeywell Forge to Improve Efficiency, Enable Remote Operations

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Honeywell’s enterprise performance management solution has initially improved shift handover times by 50% and will help improve plant uptime.

Survey: Manufacturers Don’t Expect Recovery until 2021

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A new survey shows that manufacturers are facing continued economic challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic resulting in the need for Congress to continue to provide access to federal loan programs.

Honeywell Launches Digitized Workforce Management Suite of Solutions to Support Health Compliance and Remote Operations

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Honewell's digitized workforce management suite incorporates elevated body temperature detection, digitized site entry compliance check, digitized workforce management, worker safety monitoring, and remote collaboration capabilities.

Sanitization monitoring system for workstations

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Banner Engineering's Clean Workspace Monitoring System establishes scheduled workspace sanitizing as an integral part of the return-to-work process.

New York Power Authority Partners with the State University of New York to Complete Comprehensive Energy Efficiency Improvements at Alfred State College

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Almost every mechanical room and system on campus has been improved with the energy efficiency measures available from advanced building management systems. 

63% of Automation Engineering Professionals Believe Industry Standards Will Be 'Extremely Important' in the Future: ISA Survey

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An overwhelming majority of survey respondents believe that, in the future, industry standards will be “extremely important” (63%) or “important” (33%). Most respondents (87%) believe that industry standards make processes and facilities safer.

Open Standards Mean More Options for Industrial Automation

  • by Bill Lydon,
  • Feature

By Bill Lydon
Open system options continue to emerge from nontraditional suppliers and standards groups, and this is a trend that I expect will accelerate and enable multivendor interoperability at all levels of the system architecture.