Rockwell’s PSUG-The Plant PAx Roadmap

My tweets from Monday afternoon’s roadmap session at PSUG: Mon, 13:07: Chris Dornan and Jason Wight provide the PlantPAx roadmap— #ROKPSUG Mon, 13:09: We are members of a secret society called the International Society of Automation #ROKPSUG (why is ISA … Continued

GE-Baker Hughes and Yokogawa-KBC are partners

Baker Hughes, a GE company (NYSE: BHGE) and KBC a wholly-owned subsidiary of Yokogawa Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6841), announced a preferred partnership that will provide a combination of process simulation, asset performance management and operational software solutions to the oil … Continued

The INSIDER for August 2017 emailed yesterday!

I’ve been fighting off a flu bug, so it was a few days later than I wanted it to be…but it is out. I will be posting some articles from it throughout the month, but if you want to read … Continued

Blake Moret Finally Gets the Cherry

After a year of being CEO, the Rockwell Automation Board has finally named Blake Moret to the post of Chairman. He, of course, succeeds Keith Nosbusch in that role, as he succeeded Nosbusch as President and CEO. Rockwell will continue … Continued

Last Year’s Winners in UniSim Design Challenge Win Again!

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STUDENTS USE HONEYWELL SOFTWARE TO SIMULATE TURNING ALGAE INTO ETHYLENE Chemical engineering students recognized with UniSim® Design Challenge award at annual customer symposium Two students from the Izmir Institute of Technology, who used Honeywell’s simulation software to demonstrate how to … Continued

Vertiv Ranks Most Critical Industries

Vertiv Ranks Most Critical Industries in the World Utilities, mass transit, telecom rank high, cloud and colocation fifth and rising Utilities, including electricity, gas, nuclear power and water treatment, are the most critical industries in the world according to a … Continued

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