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Distributed control systems market to top $21 billion by 2020

The market for distributed control systems (DCS) is growing, thanks to service opportunities from existing installations as well as expansion in developing regions.
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GE CEO Jeff Immelt says software, analytics are path to zero unplanned downtime

Productivity gain must continue despite global regulation and unrest
Just moments before the young General Electric (GE) executive up at the podium introduced his CEO Jeffery Immelt, he mentioned to the audience of engineers and managers that the GE event they were attending was not “necessarily” meant to be a sales pitch.
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Why industrial enterprises virtualize their automation assets

Rockwell Automation Fair doubles down on convergence of operations and information technology
No doubt many new and creative manager to-do lists were generated during the 23rd annual Rockwell Automation Fair, held Nov. 9-10 in Anaheim, California.
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Advanced process control market to be worth almost $1.5 billion by 2020

Advanced process control is used in a broad range of industries to optimize plant performance and minimize the fluctuations of key process variables.
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Why industrial enterprises virtualize their automation assets

No doubt many new and creative manager to-do lists were generated during the 23rd annual Rockwell Automation Fair, held November 9-10 in Anaheim, California.
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What is Solids Separation Process Controls in Primary Wastewater Treatment?

Solids -- including those suspended, settle-able and floatable -- are non-liquid or fluid substances that are separated from clarified wastewater in primary treatment.
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Demand for intelligent motor control centers on the rise

Demand for motor control centers (MCCs) is rising around the world, driven by increasing levels of industrial automation, according to a new report from Frost & Sullivan.
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What are process controls for treating wastewater in the textile industry?

The textile industry makes woven fabric from either natural or synthetic fiber. Natural fibers are vegetable, such as cotton, or animal, e.g., wool and silk. Synthetic fibers include rayon, nylon, acrylic, or polyester.
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Modular Multi-channel Transmitter/Controller

Burkert's modular multi-channel multiCELL transmitter/controller Type 8619 is a customizable measuring system with an extended range of functionalities that can work with multiple types of sensors.
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Energy Performance Analytics Software

Yokogawa Electric Corp.'s Energy Performance Analytics (EP-Analytics) software tool uses energy performance indicators (EnPI) to track how energy is being consumed in a plant.
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