With a 20% market share across industries, the ARC Advisory Group has ranked ABB as the leader of digitally enabled control and automation.
Updated control software at the Sierra Nevada Brewery Co has improved productivity by allowing all departments to communicate seamlessly.
Turbine, plant control and safety systems at two critical gas-fired peak load power generation plants have been modernised to improve lifecycle and risk management.
The team at AGL's Torrens Island power station in SA uses a digital twin to simulate and test different operational scenarios.
An innovative approach to project execution breathes new life into a gelatine manufacturing plant.
The Westphalia Water Works relies on centralised control technology to ensure the quality and quantity of the drinking water supply for 1.5 million people.
Riikinvoima Oy's waste incineration plant has implemented Honeywell's Experion Orion Console to help improve safety, productivity and environmental compliance.
ABB to provide comprehensive support services for technology currently installed to enhance the efficiency and productivity of the Ichthys LNG facility.
Oil and gas operators can improve their profitability by up to 10% by adopting advanced automation technologies and methods, according to Emerson.
New automation technologies and ongoing support enable BP to target production growth and safe and reliable operations.
The latest major update to the DeltaV automation system includes enhancements to reduce complexity in capital projects, plus improve productivity and usability.
New control room at BASF's Ludwigshafen waste incineration plant uses Honeywell's Experion technology to support the company's strategic Industry 4.0 initiative.
ABB will provide Woodside, Australia's largest independent oil and gas company, with a PowerStore battery storage system that will be installed on Woodside's Goodwyn A platform off the coast of Western Australia.
Emerson's automation technologies and project strategies will help Novo Nordisk achieve a tight project schedule and the rapid construction of a manufacturing site for critical medicines.
Industrial companies are faced with an increasingly competitive business environment and control systems that are becoming obsolete. The fast pace of technology development opens up new opportunities, but this is being offset by an increasing skills shortage. Incremental migration coupled with outcome-based service programs can help an organisation move forward and reduce TCO.