Emerson unveils plant studies supporting use of wireless as a key component in all capital projects Studies confirm that all three technologies - HART, FOUNDATION fieldbus and wireless - should be in the design toolbox for capital projects.
Gateshead, United Kingdom, May 06, 2009—(PR.com)—Konecranes, a global leader in the manufacturing of overhead lifting equipment, offers real-time remote monitoring services to capture critical production and crane usage data on demanding process cranes.
According to U.S. Energy Information Administration, an average 15-25% of steam traps are leaking at any given time. Even a single small leaking steam trap would waste thousands of dollars per year.
ARC’s Research Reveals that Process Industries in Asia, Including India, Are Ready to Invest in Enterprise Solutions
By Jayanth Bhattacharjee and SR Venkatapathy, ARC Advisory Group
Agility and responsiveness to market demands in a competitive environment have made it imperative for process industry manufacturers to ensure quality deliverance, better asset management, lower operational costs, and operational efficiency. These have led to adoption of process enterprise solutions, such as Collaborative Production Management (CPM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), Warehouse Management Systems (WMS), and Transportation Management Systems (TMS).
AUSTIN, TEXAS: Emerson Process Management has won a contract from Golar LNG to supply PlantWeb digital automation architecture for basic process control and safety systems on the Golar Freeze, a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) vessel.
LACEY, Washington-April 30, 2009-Ray Hardee, P.E., CEO of Engineered Software, Inc., was recognized by the Hydraulic Institute (HI) for his contributions as a key member serving on the Hydraulic Institute/Pump Systems Matter “Optimizing Pumping Systems Guidebook” (OPS) Committee, which led to publication of the 250+ page guide in 2008.
CHICAGO - WINDPOWER 2009 (Booth # 5542) - May 4, 2009 - Global condition monitoring services company Azima DLI today announced WATCHMAN Remote Monitoring Services for the wind power industry. WATCHMAN Remote is a subscription-based service that addresses the equipment reliability and uptime needs of wind park owners by supporting safe and cost effective machine condition monitoring of remote or unmanned installations. The award-winning WATCHMAN Remote service features advanced web-based technology and a team of experienced engineers who rely on proven monitoring techniques and knowledge of the wind power industry to promote optimal performance of turbines and related equipment.