HP Awards 2019 Best Asset Monitoring Technology
Best Asset Monitoring Technology award finalists:
Aspen Mtell® delivers the earliest, most accurate warning of equipment failures and prescribes detailed actions to mitigate or solve problems. Using machine learning, Aspen Mtell can recognize precise patterns in operating data that indicate degradation and impending failure—well before it happens.
DIAKONT, Stingray Online Tank Inspection System
Diakont provides comprehensive storage tank floor inspection series using Stingray, a robotic crawler, which is safely deployed into aboveground storage tanks while they remain filled and operational. Using a combination of non-destructive examination sensors housed within an explosion-proof enclosure, Stingray inspection systems supply complete inspection coverage and allows operators to prioritize tanks for turnarounds and extend inspection intervals through risk-based inspections.
SMITH AND BURGESS PROCESS SAFETY CONSULTANTS, Salus
Named after the Roman goddess of safety, Salus is a comprehensive and robust relief and flare system software package that provides a straightforward, sequential workflow approach to relief systems design that effectively guides the user through each step of the process. This software provides the user with easy access to organize and store the entirety of the plant’s pressure relief device and disposal systems documentation.