Your go-to guide for continuous process automation projects!
Whether you’re embarking on an upgrade, expansion, migration, or brand new system, the Continuous Process Playbook will help you make the right decisions. We picked the brain of leading batch automation experts to compile this extensive PDF e-book.
Jam-packed with strategies for success, best practices, and pitfalls to avoid, this 94-page playbook provides critical automation project insight to help ensure the success of your project.
Sourced in this e-book
Pepsi Bottling Ventures
Project Manager Regional Control Specialist, EPCD
Momentive Specialty Chemicals, Inc.
Industrial Automated Systems Security Engineer
Wireless Industrial Networking Alliance
Process Control Specialist
Ashland Specialty Ingrediants
Control System Security
Remote Control System Access
Users & roles
Upgrades & Migrations
Fieldbus & Ethernet
4-20 mA analog connections
Profibus & Profinet
Creating a Mobile Workforce
Ethernet Protocol Differences
Highlighting the unique aspects of:
PLC Lifecycle Management
Long shutdown intervals
Control system integration
Automation for Continuous Improvement
Connecting OEE and Continuous Improvement
Remapping machine centers
Linking OEE and Automation
How, When, What to Measure
Putting Data into Action
Incremental process measurements
NOx/SOx reduction methods
Air pollution control devices
Discover where most energy is used
Variable frequency drives
How to evaluate your operations for success with these devices
Energy Management Best Practices
IT Standards That Matter to Process
Continuous start-ups and shutdowns
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is the leading publication for automation professionals working in the discrete, batch and process manufacturing industries. Each edition features intelligence for the entire buying team–from plant floor operators to management to IT.