Control Engineering, Published: 12/11/2013
Given the number of process variables interacting at most plants, finding the optimum mix to maximize profitability is likely beyond manual capabilities. In this video and tutorial guide, Invensys experts show the way to choosing the best solution.
ARC Advisory Group, Published: 12/9/2013
Invensys Enhances Processes and Technology to Develop Its Service Culture
While researching its 2013 market report on "Supplier Provided Automation Services", ARC Advisory Group analysts met with several global service executives from Invensys. Services, widely recognized as critical to project success, represent a growing fraction of the automation business, and Invensys has historically placed a high value on them. Here's what else ARC industry analysts found.
The Future of Automation is Solving the World’s Greatest Challenges, Published: 12/2/2013
Peter Martin, vice president of Invensys, delivered the keynote address at the ISA Automation Week conference, held in Nashville, Tenn., in November. The speech focused on "The Future of Automation" and how automation can solve the world’s biggest challenges. Here is some coverage of the event.
ARC Advisory Group, Published: 11/15/2013
Invensys Launches New Foxboro Evo Process Automation System
With the launch of its new Foxboro Evo process automation system, Invensys has made crystal clear its focus on three areas: operational integrity, operational insight and system future-proofing. All three areas are top-of-mind for most end users. According to ARC Advisory group, "if the new system succeeds in significantly improving customers' DCS lifecycle experience, it will represent as important a work of technological progress as any in the company's long history."
Control Engineering, Published: 11/8/2013
Building an Integration Strategy
Few technical barriers stand in the way of plant-to-enterprise integration today. It promises real-time data for making better decisions and optimizing production. But without a comprehensive corporate plan that sets goals and outlines results, mere connectivity is doomed to disappoint. Peter Martin, vice president of business value solutions for Invensys, explains why.
Automation World, Published: 11/7/2013
Control Your Destiny: Valuing Automation with Control Methodologies
Can your executives quantify the value of the automation technologies for which you are responsible? If you answered no, you—and the technologies you rely on—may be in danger of being eliminated as a cost. According to Peter Martin, vice president, business value solutions for Invensys, the key to shifting this perception is to apply control methodologies—like those being used the plant's automation systems—to address specific business issues.
The Manufacturing Connection, Published: 10/25/2013
Mobility for Industrial Workers Enabled by the Cloud
In this podcast from the Invensys Software Client Conference and Tech Symposium, Saadi Kermani, director of industry applications for Invensys, discusses mobility devices, SmartGlance and the Cloud.
IMS Research, Published: 10/22/2013
Invensys Tries to Out-Fox Competition with New Integrated Offering
Andrew Orbinson, industrial automation analyst for UK-based IMS Research, says the new Foxboro Evo process automation system "provides enhanced processing power, is highly operator-friendly and always offers a straightforward modernization path."