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Control System Migration

Your system needs to be replaced, but you can’t afford the high cost, high risk and extended downtime of typical replacement solutions. Invensys’ control system migration solution minimizes the cost, risk and process downtime of a full system replacement. We have helped hundreds of clients successfully migrate their legacy Bailey, Fisher Provox, Honeywell, APACS, and Westinghouse systems to a 100% new, highly reliable, secure and modern Foxboro system.

  • I/O Plug-In Solutions
    Invensys plug-in migration is the first and still the only solution of its kind: an elegantly effective approach that protects legacy wiring and terminations.
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  • HMI Solutions

    HMI Solutions

    If you want important benefits of modern control system virtualization and engineering, yet need to postpone major changes, consider our phased HMI approach.
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  • Total DCS Replacement
    Migrate your existing system through our comprehensive approach. Receive new controls and new strategies with Foxboro Evo.
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  • Engineering Capabilities

    Engineering Capabilities

    Invensys has successfully transitioned more than 1000 process plants forward to the latest continuously current technology. 
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Meet Your Future-Proof System

Migrate to Foxboro Evo to obtain critical functionality that helps you: protect the operational integrity of your plants, receive enhanced operational insight for your people and help enable them to adapt easily and affordable to change.

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Why Invensys?

The Invensys migration approach allows utilization of your knowledge and existing resources to best determine the solution that fits your procedures, your processes and your facility – not the other way around.

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Want More Information?

Access whitepapers, recorded webinars, our migration blog and even request a migration audit.

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