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 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.
Automation World, Published 10/17/2013
Equipment Monitoring System Saves Fujirebio 1100 Hours of Work
Highly-regulated medical device manufacturer Fujirebio Diagnostics takes a long-term view of system scalability and opts for an automated equipment management system from Invensys, comprised of a PLC, HMI and operations management software.
Automation World, Published 10/15/2013
Invensys Kicks Off the "Software Revolution"
“The Industrial Software Revolution Begins Now” is a bold statement. To back it up, Invensys underscored the concept at its annual software conference and tech symposium by releasing its Wonderware InTouch 2014 and Wonderware System Platform 2014 software, with a deeper focus on “situational awareness.”
Gulf Industry Online, Published 10/1/2013
Invensys Mideast Share Growing
Mike Caliel, president and CEO of the company's indsutrial automation and software business, and Franco Restelli, g.m. of its EMEA business, explain how Invensys has a strong client list in the Middle East and has assisted high-profile, high-investment firms with high-tech process software and automation.
Automation World, Published 9/24/2013
HMI/SCADA Choices Shift as Invensys Acquires InduSoft
In a move that makes the company more competitive in the OEM and machine builder market, automation systems vendor Invensys has acquired InduSoft, a provider of HMI and embedded intelligent device software, to enhance its own human machine interface hardware and software offerings. The deal means Wonderware users will be able buy industrial devices with InduSoft software, and OEM and machine builder customers get more choices.
Control, Published 9/6/2013
The Mobile Worker -- There Are 100 Apps for That!
There has been continuous movement in the process industries toward mobility for years, especially in the asset management space, but things are changing rapidly. As new tools and technologies emerge, the industrial workforce, even with the smallest companies, are reaping great benefits. Rob McGreevy, Invensys' vice president for platforms and applications, explains why mobile technologies are being adopted faster than ever.
Control, Published 8/15/2013
Future-Proofing the DCS
Invensys has used a combination of new innovation and existing technology to deliver a modern process automation system, while eliminating constraints that would prevent the system from being updated or built upon. Michael McKenzie of BP in Brisbane, Australia, explains why the evolution of the Foxboro I/A Series DCS “allows for much easier upgrade of all components and will ensure that [BP] can keep [its] system well away from obsolescence.” The new future-proof system will be unveiled at the company's Foxboro and Triconex Client Conference in San Antonio, Texas, the week of September 9.