New capabilities in PlantState Suite Version 6.3 extend PAS’ leadership in dynamic alarm management by providing detailed analysis of real-time alarming including, suppression of alarm floods, state-based alarming, alarm configuration auditing and enforcement, and shelved alarms. It also provides the ability to integrate alarms and events from multiple, disparate systems, into a common real-time view. Interfaces to seven new control systems make PlantState Suite available to even more clients.

“PAS pioneered alarm management. It’s our passion. The innovations in PlantState Suite Version 6.3 make it the most comprehensive dynamic alarm management solution in the market,” said PAS President Chris Lyden.

About PAS
PAS (www.pas.com) improves the automation and operational effectiveness of oil and gas, petroleum refining, chemicals, pulp and paper, metals and mining, and power customers worldwide. We provide software and services that ensure safe running operations, maximize situational awareness, and reduce plant vulnerabilities. Our comprehensive portfolio includes solutions for Alarm Management, Automation Genome Mapping, Control Loop Performance Optimization, and High-Performance Human-Machine Interfaces. PAS solutions are installed in over 1000 process industry plants worldwide.

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