The first full-scale prototype of a subsea variable speed drive has been successfully tested in a sheltered harbour in Vaasa, Finland.
Industries such as food, pharmaceuticals and biotech face significant challenges from corrosion, in addition to having to meet stringent hygienic demands.
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.
Systems integrator Auto Control Systems is the first in the world to implement a complete motor control centre solution using an Allen-Bradley CENTERLINE 2500 MCC, to be shipped as a complete containerised unit for an explosives manufacturer in Eastern Europe.
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.
Politics aside, the future of Australian energy networks is looking exciting, with digitalisation and a greater mix of cheaper energy sources coming online — but we mustn't ignore the elephant in the room: cybersecurity risk.
The latest ARC report says ABB's Grid Automation business is at the forefront of grid automation and digitalisation.
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.
ENGIE has awarded Emerson a contract to replace legacy combustion turbine controls with its Ovation turbine control technology at its DK6 800 MW combined-cycle power plant in Dunkirk, France.
Operators in modern plants are tasked with numerous activities, making it difficult for them to handle abnormal process conditions. Research has demonstrated how an intelligent and ergonomic workspace can both mitigate risk and increase productivity.