Honeywell Process Solutions has announced a new offering as part of Honeywell Connected Plant that is said to allow its customers to more effectively manage the maintenance and operations of their industrial equipment.
4Sight2 calibration and asset management software from Baker Hughes is designed to make calibration management easy to use, cost effective and scalable.
Australian manufacturers face significant challenges in the years to come and need to consider leveraging the latest technologies to increase efficiency, reduce costs and bring new products to market faster and more successfully.
Honeywell Connected Plant Thermal IQ is a cloud-based remote monitoring system designed to monitor and manage critical thermal process data.
Almost two-thirds of surveyed industrial companies don't monitor for suspicious behaviour.
Long-time partner expands strategic relationship and looks to add cognitive predictive maintenance platform.
Schaeffler Drive Train 4.0 is said to expand conventional condition monitoring approaches by linking diverse digital information sources into a single platform with options for increased efficiency, machinery lifespan and sustainability, reduced downtime, reduced energy use and reduced TCO.
The Australian National University (ANU) has announced the establishment of the nation's first interdisciplinary Cyber Institute, which will combine expertise from across a range of disciplines to conduct leading research that will help shape the nation's future in the increasingly vital fields of cybersecurity and innovation.
Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS) has announced that Shanghai SECCO Petrochemical Company Limited (SECCO) will upgrade its operator training simulator (OTS) system to the Honeywell Connected Plant UniSim Competency Suite.
When companies don't make the change to a digital enterprise efficiently and effectively, in many cases they are not able to survive, and become victims of what we could call 'digital Darwinism'.
Today’s production machines have become highly integrated mechatronic systems, requiring engineers from all three mechatronic domains — mechanical, electrical and software engineering — to work together concurrently and evolve their ways of designing, testing and verifying machine software.