Articles & News on Plant Facility Safety & Security

Eschbach and CLEARED4 Partner to Increase Employee Safety Measures for Manufacturers

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Shiftconnector® combined with CLEARED4 ensures employee safety and mitigates risk and liability for manufacturing facilities.

Smart Building Opportunities for Printed Sensors

  • by Matthew Dyson
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Smart buildings promise automated control of the buildings' operations, along with integrated technology for human-machine interactions. Such functionality requires multiple sensors, to which printed/flexible electronics are very well suited due to their low weight and thin-film form factor.

Electrocomponents Collaborates with Industry specialists to Develop New Method of Inspecting Petrochemical Storage Tanks

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RS Monition and DesignSpark help multidisciplinary consortium, Project nautilUS, to develop sustainable, intrinsically safe robot for tank inspection.

HMS Networks Becomes IEC 62443-4-1-certified for Secure Product Development Lifecycle

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As of October 2020, HMS Networks is certified according to the IEC62443-4-1:2018 standard.

Harpak-ULMA Supports COVID-19 Manufacturing Initiatives

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Harpak-ULMA, an industry-leading packaging solutions provider, announced it is working with multiple medical device manufacturers commissioned to supply high volume syringe supplies as part of BARDA’s rapidly expanding COVID-19 Medical Countermeasure Portfolio.

Honeywell Temperature Monitoring Solution Deployed at JFK International Airport to Screen Air Travelers

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Honeywell ThermoRebellionTM uses thermal imaging and artificial intelligence to quickly and accurately detect elevated skin temperatures before boarding flights.

Industrial Internet Consortium Shows How to Use IoT for Protection Against COVID-19

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This edition of The IIC Journal of Innovation shows how IoT will play a crucial role in helping IT organizations adjust to the “new normal,” from working at home to social distancing.

An Emerging Market for CO2 Gas Sensors to Assess COVID-19 Transmission Risk

  • by Dr. Luyun Jiang
  • Feature

Due to the close link of the indoor CO2 concentration and aerosol density, using CO2 gas sensors to monitor the indoor environment can be an efficient method to control the COVID-19 outbreak.

Dräger Signs Agreement with Vector CAG to Represent the Fixed Flame and Gas Detection Systems Portfolio

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Dräger, an international leader in the field of safety technology, is proud to announce the appointment of Vector Controls and Automation Group (Vector CAG) a leading manufacturers representative of control and automation solutions.

NEMA Launches Industrial Control Panel Council

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Council to hold its first workshop to discuss better harmonization efforts.