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Few national icons are as recognized and revered worldwide as the Statue of Liberty. So when you’re tasked with the job of updating this 19th century landmark, it’s not a job to be taken lightly. Tower Elevator Systems, Inc. (TESI) was selected to replace the Statue's existing emergency rescue elevator with new state-of-the-art equipment. This project is...
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Free Machine Safety Software

The Safety Automation Builder tool from Rockwell Automation is designed to help guide manufacturers through the safety system design process.
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Statue of Liberty Offers Lessons in Machine Retrofits

A $27 million renovation to the Statue of Liberty includes a new emergency elevator designed using Siemens’ TIA portal.
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How Safety Technology Improvements Increase Productivity

Safety on the plant floor is its own justification.
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Technology Improves Machine Safety

Machine safety has progressed three centuries of technology in the last 15 years.
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More Sausages Plus More Safety

Despite increasing levels of automation, there is still considerable human-machine interaction in packaging, and modern safety equipment suppliers are striving to make that interaction both productive
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Bringing Safety into the Productivity Equation

Modern safety standards, along with trends in networking, are enabling the safety function to have a positive impact on operational efficiency while also safeguarding people and property.
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OEMs of all automated machinery will be required to conform with EN ISO 13849-1
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Machine Safety: Are You Prepared for the New Standard?

On January 1, 2012, machinery OEMs must prove conformity with EN ISO 13849-1:2008.
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