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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
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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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AspenTech: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Software
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Manufacturing Operations Management Buying Guide
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Model-Based Predictive Control: No Longer a Black Art
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Barriers to Human Reliability
The idea of placing greater emphasis on operator interaction with automated systems has been gaining traction. As common sense as the idea sounds, effective implementation isn’t necessarily a no-brainer. Invensys Operations Management CEO Mike Caliel explains why.
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