Improve Your Automation Planning

The Automation and Control Life Planning Process is designed to provide users with a structure and framework for making industrial system planning decisions.

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The system examines four primary decision criteria industrial users cite when formulating plans for the future of their automated system or process: process efficiency and resource utilization; maintenance costs; process modifications and expansions; and safety and security. The step-by-step process includes an assessment of current operations, equipment and key business needs. This information is used to generate a customized report detailing a comprehensive strategy to maximize the effectiveness and return on investment of a user’s equipment. These results, documented in a customized report, give industrial users options for asset management, spare parts, upgrades, risk mitigation, productivity improvements and increased reliability.

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