These integration examples of Seeq software with Emerson technologies, such as Fisher valves and the DeltaV distributed control system (DCS), will demonstrate how Seeq is enabling faster investigation of data collected from Emerson equipment and systems. The result is better insights, sooner, for key scenarios such as asset optimization, operations excellence, and situation awareness.
“The opportunity for analytics in industrial plants is promising,” said Peter Zornio, Chief Strategic Officer, at Emerson Process Management. “We’re excited to work with Seeq as an early user of their technology, and in proving out the results.”
“We are pleased to showcase Seeq’s innovative application at the largest assembly of Emerson partners, customers, and employees. Our work with Emerson Process Management to enable faster employee and customer insights has been a key deliverable of our collaboration,” added Brian Parsonnet, CTO and co-founder of Seeq Corporation.
Seeq’s presence at the Emerson Global Users Exchange, in addition to the integration demonstrations with the hardware and software product groups, also includes presenting in multiple sessions on predictive analytics and performance monitoring. At their exhibition booth #329, Seeq representatives will be demonstrating a new release of Seeq Workbench, which was first made available to a limited set of customers earlier this year.
These customers-in the pharmaceutical, oil & gas, utility, and chemical industries-have been using Seeq to gain visibility into plant performance using data from DeltaV, OSIsoft PI, HART devices, and other sources. Seeq has helped these customers get more value from the data they have in their process historians and other systems.
Seeq is also taking an innovative approach to manufacturing software distribution and access by providing Seeq on a free trial basis. Seeq can be downloaded from the Seeq web site, installed, connected to data, and be up and running in a matter of minutes.
About Seeq Corporation
Seeq provides interactive, visual tools to accelerate discovery and investigation within industrial process data. Seeq is based in Seattle, and is led by Steve Sliwa, former CEO of Insitu. Sliwa launched Seeq in May 2013 with an experienced team of executives, engineers, and data scientists formerly with OSIsoft, Honeywell, Microsoft, and Insitu. The company is headquartered in Seattle.