The Control Engineering Engineers' Choice Awards highlight some of the best new control, instrumentation and automation products as chosen by Control Engineering's print and online subscribers. Survey respondents are asked to select products based on technological advancement, service to the industry, and market impact.
Two Honeywell products have been chosen as finalists in the Control Engineering 2017 Engineers’ Choice Awards. Honeywell Pulse™ is a finalist in the 'Software – Mobile apps for controls automation, instrumentation' category, and Uniformance® Suite is a finalist in the 'Software – Data analytics, diagnostics' category.
Honeywell Pulse – Know the Pulse of Your Plant Anytime, Anywhere
In today's increasingly connected industrial world, access to critical plant data is crucial. Honeywell Pulse is an industrial mobile app that remotely connects plant managers, supervisors and engineering staff to customized, real-time plant performance notifications while increasing overall safety and efficiency.
It plays an essential role within a company's Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) network by improving situational awareness, event insight, and collaboration. Honeywell Pulse is the first app built specifically for mobile devices and creates a more insightful and intuitive mobile experience for plant workers.
Uniformance Suite – Optimize Your Operations with Real-Time Digital Intelligence
Honeywell Uniformance Suite is a new, fully integrated system of process software solutions built on a common platform that turns plant data into actionable information, enabling smart operations. As many companies are still struggling to understand how the IIoT relates to their individual business and realizing its true value, Uniformance Suite was developed to meet these uncertainties head on. With the Uniformance Suite, industrial organizations can achieve smart operations by maintaining safe production with higher uptime, while minimizing operating costs, maximizing profits, reducing risks, and ensuring regulatory compliance.
Voting is only open to qualified print and/or digital subscribers of Control Engineering magazine. Those subscribers can vote for finalists until ballots close on Wednesday, December 21, 2016. You can cast your vote here.