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Open-Source Software Meets Industrial Automation
As more automation technology suppliers incorporate open-source tools, the ability to use open-source software in automation projects no longer depends on access to arcane software knowledge commonly known only to developers and IT-savvy engineers.
Feb 25th, 2020
Where Are They Now? An Open Process Automation Forum Update
As the group readies version 2.0 of its open process automation standard, there’s an overarching feeling of unity but an underlying concern about what this architecture really means for manufacturers and industrial control suppliers in the future.
Dec 6th, 2019
How Serious Are You About Alarm Management?
An Automation World reader survey detects a rising interest in alarm management best practices. It finds that, though many users are investing in new software, many are also missing the boat by giving their alarm philosophy short shrift.
James R. Koelsch
James R. Koelsch
Sep 10th, 2019
Not So Fast: TSN Not Quite Ready for Prime Time
Though standardization efforts for Time-Sensitive Networking continue at pace, it is still years before industry should expect to see a bumper crop of compatible products.
Jul 26th, 2019
ExxonMobil Readies Open Process Automation Test Bed
Yokogawa Electric Corporation selected to be the system integrator responsible for establishing the company’s OPA Test Bed.
Jul 10th, 2019
Putting the Pieces Together for a Secure Industry
Cybersecurity alliances are a key part of protecting the industrial sector from an increasingly coordinated and sophisticated attack base. How much can—or should—automation vendors work collaboratively for the good of all?
May 9th, 2019
High-Fidelity Analytics Help Optimize Energy Across Process Industries
KBC, a Yokogawa company, has introduced Visual MESA Multi-Period Optimizer 6 to reduce costly uncertainty in energy use over multiple time periods across generation portfolios.
Feb 7th, 2019
2019: The Year of the Industrial Network Protocol
The OPC Foundation, CC-Link Partner Association and ODVA have all made announcements about major moves planned for 2019, indicating serious movement toward greater device and system interoperability.
Nov 28th, 2018
Industry Convenes to Change the Future of Control
The Open Process Automation Forum has been hard at work to develop a reference architecture that will transform process control systems. But there are still concerns around functionality and business models in an open, interoperable world.
Jul 12th, 2018