2017

Internet of Things in the HPI

A real-world approach to the IIoT for process reliability

In a highly competitive global marketplace, industrial organizations seek “digital intelligence” to manage and operate hundreds or thousands of assets, from a single site or across an enterprise, to address critical operating demands.

In a highly competitive global marketplace, industrial organizations seek “digital intelligence” to manage and operate hundreds or thousands of assets, from a single site or across an enterprise, to address critical operating demands. They need effective tools to transform process data into real-time information regarding process performance, equipment health, energy consumption and emissions monitoring. Plant operators, process and equipment engineers and managers require continuous monitoring and surveillance, notifications and collaboration with experts so that appropriate proactive actions can be taken. This activity will minimize degradation, poor performance and secondary damage to eq

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