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From the evolving standard to test labs, movement to an interoperable framework is taking shape. But the OPAF group is asking for more help from manufacturers.
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Aspen Technology embeds its Industrial-Strength AI, which includes domain expertise, into the product portfolio.
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Buying Spree Furthers AspenTech’s AI Agenda for Process Optimization
The acquisition of Mnubo and Sabisu will help provide the asset optimization software company with scalable artificial intelligence-driven applications and better visualization of information and analytics.
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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.
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Partnership Marries Asset Optimization Software and Services
An alliance between Emerson and AspenTech is geared toward making it easier for customers to optimize operations through best-in-class asset performance.
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Introducing the Open Process Automation Forum. Finally.
ExxonMobil has spent a lot of its own energy convincing the automation community that there is a need for a standards-based control architecture. Now, under the umbrella of The Open Group, a new member forum promises to deliver on that vision.
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Injecting More Procedural Control for Batch Production
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