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Document Type: Article Reprint |  Publication: Bloomberg Newsweek |  Date Authored: 5 Dec 2016 |  Size: 169KB
The IIoT is obliterating limitations long viewed as insurmountable. “Traditionally, the problems companies have always faced—such as losses in production efficiency, process reliability and supply chain optimization—are all small, but add up to death by a thousand cuts,” says Andrew Hird, Vice President and General Manager of the Digital Transformation unit at Honeywell Process Solutions. Until recently, the information needed to overcome these problems was inaccessible, dispersed across hundreds or even thousands of people and servers. That era is over.

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Document Type: Article Reprint |  Publication: The Chemical Engineer |  Date Authored: 1 Dec 2016 |  Size: 1MB
The Chemical Engineer January 2017 Oil refining, chemical, and petrochemical companies are continuously seeking new ways to optimise, de-risk, and accelerate capital projects. They need to maximise return on investment from both brownfield and greenfield assets by being able to start up facilities sooner, reach target production faster, and sustain operations at peak performance.
Document Type: Article Reprint |  Publication: Creating the Next-Generation Historian with the Cloud |  Date Authored: 28 Nov 2016 |  Size: 2MB
by Jan Pingel & Matthew Burd
Document Type: Article Reprint |  Publication: World Pipelines |  Date Authored: 27 Oct 2016 |  Size: 351KB
Article in World Pipelines about how IIoT is transforming control
Document Type: Article Reprint |  Publication: Chemical Processing |  Date Authored: 12 Oct 2016 |  Size: 1MB
Adam Krolak's article called "Know When to Use Guided Wave Radar" talks about how this technology suits a variety of applications. The article also compares guided wave radar (GWR) technology to non-contact radar (NCR) and ultrasonic measurement technologies.
Document Type: Article Reprint |  Publication: Plant Engineering |  Date Authored: 5 Oct 2016 |  Size: 1MB
Industrial organizations worldwide are seeking to employ the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), a transformative digital revolution focused on big data analytics, to improve production efficiency, operational reliability and supply chain performance. To be successful, operating companies should develop a flexiblen IIoT framework to enable secure collaboration across sites and disciplines, change work processes to improve information sharing and cooperation between functional teams, and leverage external expertise and knowledge vendors to compliment internal resources. The following article outlines an effective strategy for implementing the IIoT. In particular, it describes the best way to get started with the technology to drive operational efficiencies along with more innovation and, ultimately, new sources of revenue. Hird-ISA-InTech.pdf
Document Type: Article Reprint |  Publication: ISA InTech |  Date Authored: 1 Oct 2016 |  Size: 1MB
Early adopters of digitization are achieving excellent results with profitability gains of multimillions of dollars.
Document Type: Article Reprint |  Publication: Midstream Business |  Date Authored: 1 Oct 2016 |  Size: 4MB
Incorporating modular and automation design into plants can help gas processors respond to current midstream challenges.
Document Type: Article Reprint |  Publication: InnovOil, Newsbase |  Date Authored: 4 Jul 2016 |  Size: 3MB
Rohit Robinson, Director of Portfolio Innovation at Honeywell Process Solutions, explores how smart devices will be a necessity as plant and operator become more connected
Document Type: Article Reprint |  Publication: Hydrocarbon Processing |  Date Authored: 1 Jul 2016 |  Size: 1MB
Minimize industrial cyber security risk in plants in 12 steps
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