Thursday, January 11, 2018

Mission critical!

A new book has been published that highlights the increasing industry importance of and growing career opportunities in mission-critical operations fields.

The term “mission critical” applies to any activity, system or equipment—generally within the 16 critical infrastructure sectors—whose failure could result in serious consequences, such as loss of life, harm to the environment or significant financial loss through production impact or plant damage.

Mission-Critical Operations Primer by Steve Mustard, an independent automation consultant and a globally recognized expert in critical infrastructure operations, defines the essential components and concepts of mission-critical operations, and explores the influence and role of:

  • Standards and regulations
  • System and network technologies
  • Operational activities and processes
  • Safety and physical security considerations
  • Risk management methodologies
  • Emergency response preparation and execution

“In writing this book, I wanted to provide a comprehensive overview of all key aspects of mission-critical operations and provide some guidance for those looking to start a career in mission-critical organizations as an operator or technician,” says Mustard, who serves as a subject-matter expert of ISA and its affiliate association, the Automation Federation. “Mission-critical specialists are needed to address the many risks and challenges in such areas as network design, control system security, control room operations and alarm management.”

Mustard points to the 2015 cyberattack on Ukraine's power grid, which left 225,000 people without electricity for up to six hours, in the depth of winter. Because of failures in network design, security monitoring and incident response, the grid operator was forced to resort to manual operations for months after the event, incurring significant additional costs. More recently, in November 2017, a cyberattack targeted a critical infrastructure organization in the Middle East, resulting in a plant shutdown.

“There’s an acute shortage of suitably qualified and experienced individuals to work in mission-critical systems design and operation,” he reports. “If we are to keep our businesses and our critical infrastructure safe, we will need a new generation of specialists who understand the importance of the phrase ‘failure is not an option.’”

*Mission Critical Operations Primer - Steve Mustard
Publisher: International Society of Automation
ISBN: 978-1-945541-71-1
Format: Paperback


 #PAuto #ISAuto

Secure Remote Access for Dummies.

HMS Industrial Networks has released the book “Secure Remote Access for Industrial Machines for Dummies,” eWON® Special Edition.

After-sales service and support for industrial machines are costly and time-consuming. Experienced engineers and technicians travel to customer sites to diagnose issues, answer questions, provide training, and resolve problems. Wouldn’t it be awesome to be able to quickly and securely perform diagnostics and resolve most of those issues remotely?

This is underlying theme for the book “Secure Remote Access for Industrial Machines for Dummies,” from HMS Industrial Networks.

The book describes how eWON products from HMS work and how they allow readers to:
  • Learn the business benefits of remote access
  • See how to ensure secure access via the Internet and clouds
  • Understand how to can diagnose and solve problems remotely
The target audience for this book are automation engineers or field technicians working for a machine builder or original equipment manufacturers (OEM’s). With a strong understanding of the machines that they build or support, they are not necessarily as comfortable with new technologies such as cloud computing, remote access, information security and how Internet works in general. The book addresses these topics and more, and is written primarily for “non-techie” readers.

 @ewonrouters #Pauto @HMSAnybus

New COO appointment.

The Board of Directors of Schaffner Holding AG has appointed Max Bänziger (50) as Chief Operating Officer (COO) and member of the Executive Committee. He will take up this position on 1st April 2018 at the latest. Max Bänziger replaces Ah Bee Goh (66), who will retire as Vice President Global Manufacturing and COO after more than ten years with the Schaffner Group.

Max Bänziger
The Schaffner Group returned to growth in fiscal year 2016/17 and strongly improved its profitability. Compared to the prior year (PY), order intake rose by 6.5% to CHF 199.5 million (PY: CHF 187.4 million). In the year under review, gross margin improved by 2.8 percentage points to 28.4% (PY: 25.6%) thanks in part to higher volumes, and free cash flow grew to CHF 5.0 million (PY: CHF 2.4 million). As in the prior year, the Group invested CHF 16.7 million in research and development.

All divisions of the Schaffner Group reported increased sales and customer growth. The EMC division increased the number of its new customers worldwide and growth of 4.7% in segment sales. In the fiscal year the power quality business, which is integrated in the EMC division, launched its second generation of passive harmonic filters and expanded its service and sales network. Through advances in operational excellence, EMC was able to somewhat reduce production costs despite higher raw material prices. As a global organization, the EMC division is well-positioned to grow slightly faster than the market in the long term. One area of potential is electromobility. In this space the division already supplies EMC filters to manufacturers of rapid charging stations for electric vehicles.

The Power Magnetics division reported growth of 10.3% to sales of CHF 50.0 million (PY: CHF 45.4 million). As in the previous year, the drive systems business, with solutions for the oil, gas and mining industry, was difficult as a result of the low commodity prices. By contrast, Power Magnetics sees attractive business opportunities in the global rail technology market and in components for rapid charging stations for electric vehicles, as well as in directly supplying OEM manufacturers, particularly in North America.

In fiscal year 2016/17 the sales of the Automotive division increased by 2.2% to CHF 47.4 million (PY: CHF 46.4 million). The division has confirmed its strategic position as the third pillar of the Schaffner Group and more than 90% of the division’s revenue was earned with antennas for use in keyless entry systems for vehicles. In the promising market for filters for electromobility, the Automotive division is working on multiple projects and it expects that, in two to three years, the electric vehicle market will provide a growing share of the division’s sales.

@SchaffnerGroup #PAuto

Partnership provides remote monitoring & control in Ethernet & Wireless for IIoT.

Acromag has announced a strategic partnership with Ctek, Inc. to offer complete monitoring and control solutions for customers to manage their remote assets.

“With this joint solution from Acromag and Ctek, customers can reliably monitor and control remote automation equipment without the hassles of PLC programming or IT networking issues,”
 stated Robert Greenfield, Acromag’s Business Development Manager.

Combining Acromag’s broad offering of signal measurement and conditioning products with Ctek’s expertise in cellular communication and autonomous controllers provides a simple, yet powerful distributed control system without all the integration hassles. Users can quickly and cost-effectively deploy these systems without programming to connect endpoints to the enterprise enabling visual access to operation status from anywhere. Menu-based configuration speeds setup of data collection, reporting, and alarm functions. Typical applications involve water/waste systems, power generation, energy management, oil/gas, transportation, security, and agriculture.

Customers may enjoy the capabilities of a PLC or RTU-based SCADA system without the high costs and complexity. The integrated Acromag/Ctek system is ideal for remotely monitoring and controlling the operation of pumps, motors, tanks, meters, generators, batteries, valves, fans, heaters, and other industrial equipment. Users can rapidly set up data displays, alarm rules, data logging and process control logic routines with point-and-click application development. Controllers support wired serial, Ethernet, and 4G/LTE network communication plus a cloud-based application service for easy access to critical system status reporting.

Ctek SkyRouter controllers provide autonomous intelligence and sophisticated communication capabilities to manage operations and report performance data. They operate as a Modbus master to read and write to slave I/O devices. Powerful processing capabilities include thresholds, math/boolean functions, triggers, data logging, and much more. Alarms support email and SMS messaging.

Acromag BusWorks® remote I/O modules interface analog and discrete level sensors. The multi-channel I/O modules convert voltage and current signals representing temperature, level, flow, load, on/off, high/low, and other performance measures to Modbus values. Rugged design, hazloc approvals, and isolated signal processing ensure high-accuracy, reliable performance in harsh locations.

“Now system developers can confidently pair Acromag I/O and Ctek controllers to rapidly implement SCADA solutions with cloud-based reporting that are affordably scalable for small and large sites,” observed Bob Way, Ctek’s Business Development Manager.

@Acromag #PAuto #CTEK #IIoT

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Abnormal power events.

The new PQView 4 software, from Electrotek Concepts®,  provides utilities with a platform to track and identify abnormal power quality events. PQView 4 offers the most advanced approach to fault detection and characterization of power quality anomalies on the utility’s distribution system.

PQView® is a multi-component software system that builds and analyzes databases of power quality and energy measurements. It stores and quickly analyzes large quantities of power quality disturbance and steady state measurement data from thousands of utility end points. Fault analysis and location functionality in PQView is enabled via its FaultPoint® Add-In Module.

"The PQView platform is rapidly becoming the utility industry standard as it is used by large investor owned utilities and municipal utilities alike. With its new and more expansive feature set, PQView 4 can integrate with most third-party devices and data sources used by utilities to track the health of their distribution systems,” said David Ellis, President and CEO, Global Power Technology (Electrotek parent company).

Some of the new features include:

  • -Enhanced Fault Detection and Characterization Algorithms
  • -Fault Location Mapping using Eaton® CYMDIST or DNV GL Synergi Electric® Databases
  • -Updated Event Filtering
  • -Enhanced Data Log Trending
  • -New and Improved Data Handlers for Downloading Third-Party Monitors and Importing IEEE Std 1159.3 PQDIF Files
  • -New Software Development Kit and API
  • -OSIsoft® PI System® Data Federation
  • -New Fully Implemented PQView Commercial Licensing


"On average, use of the PQView reactance-to-fault methodology for fault location saves us close to one hour per feeder outage restoration job. It can also mitigate the use of capacitive discharge thumpers by providing a better starting point for the fault locating activities.” said Christopher Jones, Department Manager, System Design Distribution Engineering at Con Edison.

#ElectrotekConcepts #Pauto

Utra-compact high specification laser sensor.

A new matchbox-sized 2D laser triangulation sensor from RIFTEK, represented in Britain by Ixthus Instrumentation Ltd, combines a choice of red or blue laser sources with a power output of 0.95 mW for measurement ranges up to 500 mm and linearity to 0.05% of range. Easily adapted for measurement of thickness, dimension/displacement, form and profile as well as object sorting etc., the new RF602 series laser triangulation sensors are particularly aimed at applications where restricted space or minimal weight are important machine design requirements.

The new series includes six sensor models with measurement ranges from 10 to 500 mm and base distances from 20 to 105 mm. Full range resolution is 0.01% (0.02% for 105/500 version) and temperature drift is 0.02% of the range per °С. These laser safety class 2 sensors have a maximum sampling rate of 9.4 kHz that suits high speed/high throughput measurement. A red laser source is available for general use or an optional blue UV wavelength version is offered for applications where high temperature objects or organic materials are measured.

It joins a family of laser sensors from Ixthus that share a common PC-based service software platform. A wide range of configuration parameters allow flexible parameter set-up and digital measurement reading via RS232 for single sensors or RS485 for multiple sensors. Measured data output may also be can also be read through 4…20 mA and 0…10 VDC outputs.

The sensor is housed in a robust IP67 rated anodised aluminium housing with a high strength glass window for maximum durability. With a -10 to +60 ⁰C operational temperature range and vibration and shock ratings that will suit moving machinery applications, the RF602 is well suited to heavy industrial use but can be equally practical for less severe environmental conditions. Cable connection with flying leads is standard and the diminutive 30.5 x 45 x 17 mm (w x h x d) housing includes front fixing holes for straightforward mounting.

Ixthus provides a complete sales and technical support service for RIFTEK’s comprehensive range of optoelectronic 2D and 3D measurement devices and systems. The Towcester based sensors and transducer manufacturer works closely with other select distribution partners to offer high precision inspection and test systems solutions for its customers across industry and research.

@IxthusInst #Pauto

Connectors award!

Presenting the Specialist Distributor of the Year award, Luke Dixon, Business Development Manager at Harting (Left), and receiving the award, Scott Jones, General Manager at Northern Connectors (Right).

Electrical and Electronic component manufacturer Harting has awarded Northern Connectors, a distributor of industrial cable, connectors and components, with its Specialist Distributor of the Year Award of 2017. Based in St. Helens, Lancashire, Northern Connectors was formed in 1983 and has been distributing Harting products for more than 20 years. The company has now won the award eight times in total.

Scott Jones, General Manager at Northern Connectors said, “This is the eighth time in total that we have received this honour in our 20 years of distributing Harting products. Our focus remains on design-in activities and technical competence. We would like to thank Harting for their exceptional service and continued support.”

Luke Dixon, Business Development Manager of Electronics for Harting said, “Northern Connectors have had another excellent year in developing their Harting business in the UK. Their commitment to offering customers the highest level of service and technical support has been a key factor in their success. Their continued efforts at the design-in stage have increased their customer base for Harting, and stand them in good stead for continued growth going forward. I congratulate them on receiving this award.”

@Harting #PAuto @NorthConnectors #Britain

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Irishman leads automation society.

Brian Curtis, I. Eng., LCGI, is 2018 Society President of The International Society of Automation (ISA). We reported his election in 2016* and he has served as President Elect/Secretary during 2017.

Brian Curtis
In his role as Society President, Curtis will lead the ISA Board of Directors, which is responsible for governing, setting policy, and establishing the strategic direction of the organization. ISA is a nonprofit professional association that provides technical resources and programs for those who apply engineering and technology to improve the management, safety, and cybersecurity of modern automation and control systems used across industry and critical infrastructure.

Curtis is the Operations Manager for Veolia Energy Ireland, providing services to Novartis Ringaskiddy Ltd. in Cork, Ireland. He has more than 35 years of experience in petrochemical, biotech, and bulk pharmaceutical industries, specializing in design, construction management, and commissioning of electrical, instrumentation, and automation control systems. He has managed complex engineering projects in Ireland, England, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, and Germany.

A long-time ISA member, Curtis has served on the ISA Executive Board since 2013, the Geographic Assembly Board (2012 – 2015), and the Finance Committee (2013 – 2017.) He was Ireland Section President and Vice President of District 12, which includes Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Curtis has also been active on several Society task forces, including Cybersecurity, Governance, and Globalization-related committees. He received the ISA Distinguished Society Service Award in 2010.

“I am extremely honoured to serve as ISA Society President. ISA has contributed so much to my professional and personal growth; I have been associated with ISA for over 30 years, and I believe strongly in the organization,” said Curtis. “As only the third non-North American president in 73 years, I hope this is the beginning of a more international dimension to ISA, and I intend to bring that perspective to my presidency. ISA has much to offer all regions of the world, and it’s important that we find the best ways to deliver our expertise around the globe.”

Curtis is the Former President of Cobh & Harbor Chamber of Commerce (2013-2015) and Former Chairman of the Ireland Southern Region Chambers (2015-2016) and is an active member of the Ireland National Standards Body, ETCI.

*White smoke at ISA - 11th October 2016.


#ISAuto #PAuto #Ireland

MES software rebuilt from ground up!

Version 7.0 of Lighthouse Systems' Shopfloor-Online MES Software has been announced. The new application delivers a completely new user experience, with increased configurability, enhanced analytics and reporting functionality. Built to run on any devices, Shopfloor-Online 7.0 supports the mobility of workers in the manufacturing environment without any limitations whilst delivering real-time factory information to managers and executives, anywhere. Manufacturing organisations have the choice to host the MES on premise, in the corporate data centre or in the Cloud.


"This is not just another release of Shopfloor-Online MES. We have rebuilt the application from the ground up in HTML5 so that Shopfloor-Online 7.0 breaks away from its original dependency on browser technology. Whatever devices and platforms manufacturing organisations may choose for the delivery of their plant operations data, i.e. Safari/Apple; Chrome/Android; Edge/Microsoft, etc. Shopfloor-Online 7.0 makes it accessible," according to Garry Marshall, Technical Director of Lighthouse Systems.

How a browser independent technology improves the flow of data in manufacturing operations:
A great number of jobs on the factory floor are still carried out at PC stations when these could be done far more efficiently using a mobile device at the location where the activity is taking place. This applies for exampLightle to maintenance engineers carrying out checks and procedures on machines, and quality engineers doing inspection and audits on the lines, or in the warehouse or WIP location for picking, deliveries, receipts and shipping.

For shift supervisors and production managers, Shopfloor-Online 7.0 provides easy access to real-time shift data anywhere on the shop floor, directly improving control level and responsiveness.
Management at all levels can make decisions based on key data updated in real-time and 24/7, on their mobile or tablet across a range of KPIs.

Best route to Cloud MES
The company has pioneered web-based MES since Shopfloor-Online version 1.0. As organisations gradually turn to cloud-based infrastructure, Shopfloor-Online MES 7.0 becomes an even more relevant choice. "We support customers in their Cloud strategy. Shopfloor-Online can be moved from on-premise hosting, to the corporate data centre, to their Cloud provider of choice, seamlessly, and we also have customers who choose Cloud first," comments Garry.

With Shopfloor-Online 7.0 Lighthouse Systems is continuing its commitment to delivering a world-class Enterprise MES Platform that enables manufacturing organisations of any size to embrace the Smart Manufacturing revolution through a flexible approach to the digitisation of plant operations, standardisation of processes, and data analytics.

@ShopfloorOnline #PAuto #MES

Robotic puncher!

The Moorebot Zeus Battle Robot from Pilot Labs, takes robot fighting to an entirely new level! From Boxing, to Kung Fu, to Karate, unleashing the imagination is in the palm of your hand. It is designed for serious gamers and robot fighting enthusiasts.

“The 25Kg per servo motor punch makes this the most competitive fighter robot in the world,” says Jun Ye, CEO of Pilot Labs. “If my hand takes Zeus’ punch it really hurts. Zeus might even be too strong for most of the robot competition right now!”


Approximately 14 inches high and weighing in at 2.2 Kg, the new Moorebot Zeus robot is a fighter specifically designed for battle competition. The standard configuration is comprised of 22 Servo motors with up to 25Kg punch force each, with up to 32 motors for the next advanced version. All Servo motors are metal-geared for durability during battle and to sustain heavy forces. The punch speed can reach up to 150m/sec.

The heavy duty custom developed battery supports up to 50 minutes of continuous fighting. The product comes with many standard movements, with an additional graphical programming tool for users to customize more movements.

In addition, a library of mechanical design files are available for users who want to customize the robot armor with 3D printing with unique colors, shapes and designs. The robot is waterproof, and dustproof. Moorebot Zeus brings robot fighting to a new level!

The current version uses a manual wireless controller but future versions will be more autonomous using built in intelligence, computer vision and even Alexa or other voice control. “Zeus – attack! Punch left!”

@meetmoorebot #Pauto #Robotics

Monday, January 8, 2018

Planning for water & waste!

Krohne has renewed the “Planning Tool for generation of tender documents for industrial process measurement”. The free online tool for easy compilation of tender documents for process instrumentation now features a new user interface for fast and easy navigation.

Planning engineers for water or wastewater plants and systems face a very complex task as they have to align changing requirements with new technological developments and resulting possibilities. In terms of process instrumentation, the planner needs to be familiar not only with the most important technologies, but must know about the advantages and disadvantages of all measuring methods that can be applied to a certain measuring point. Given the wealth of alternatives, many planners find it difficult to choose a particular meter.

Here, the company offers the the renewed “Planning Tool for generation of tender documents for industrial process measurement”: visually grouped into typical processes such as water abstraction, water treatment, public sewage network or sludge treatment, it comprises process instrumentation for typical measuring points. Thereby, it provides full planning security as all presented devices are available. It also includes various desalination technologies, which is of particular interest to planners who work on international water supply projects.

After selecting a measuring point, tender texts, data sheets, operating instructions and CAD drawings can be quickly created and saved. A download of the tender texts is possible as a Word, Excel or GAEB file. Device-specific downloads, datasheets, manuals and short-form descriptions can be accessed. 2D and 3D CAD drawings are available in DWG, IGES, SAT, STEP and SLDPRT formats as well as calculation software.

The Planning Tool is web-based thus local installation is not required.

@krohnegroup #PAuto @KROHNE_USA #Water

Leaders in Industrial IT.

Emerson has been named the ‘Industrial IoT Company of the Year’ by IoT Breakthrough. The award recognises Emerson’s extensive innovation and leadership in driving Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and strategies for customers in manufacturing industries, including oil and gas, food and beverage, chemical, life sciences and others.

Today’s industrial business challenges include fast-changing market dynamics, technical complexity and the relentless pressure to do more with less. To help overcome these challenges, Emerson has harnessed the power of Industrial IoT for customers through its Plantweb™ digital ecosystem to enable broader process automation and deeper data insights that can improve operations.

“As technology continues to evolve, customers are increasingly turning to us for help navigating the Industrial Internet of Things,” said Mike Train, executive president of Emerson Automation Solutions. “Industrial IoT holds a lot of promise for manufacturers, but many struggle to identify the right strategies for adoption within their operations. Our job is to act as a trusted partner, helping customers develop the right business case, then implement scalable solutions that deliver measurable returns.”

A recent IndustryWeek survey sponsored by Emerson revealed that 60 percent of industrial companies are exploring or investing in Industrial IoT pilot projects, but only 5 percent are investing against a clear business case for how to best implement the technology.

To meet this need, Emerson’s Plantweb digital ecosystem includes consulting services to help customers build the best business case, backed by a broad portfolio of Pervasive Sensing technologies, an extensive suite of analytical software tools, secure and robust data infrastructure, and expert services. Ultimately, these Plantweb solutions help customers increase plant safety, reliability and profitability to drive toward the highest, Top Quartile operations and capital performance.

The IoT Breakthrough Awards, which received more than 3,000 nominations in 2017, recognise innovators, leaders and visionaries from around the globe in a range of IoT categories, including Industrial, Smart City technology, Connected Home and others. Selections are made by a judging panel comprised of IoT professionals and experts with hands-on experience within the Internet of Things market, including journalists, analysts and professionals from top start-ups and Fortune 100 companies.

“The Industrial IoT Company of the Year designation is a marquee award for our programme as IIoT technologies and companies revolutionise manufacturing and entire industries,” said James Johnson, managing director of IoT Breakthrough. “With over 10 billion hours of wireless operations across more than 32,000 networks in 146 countries, Emerson is a proven wireless and industrial IoT leader. By providing digital intelligence to the entire manufacturing enterprise, Emerson is providing a comprehensive and streamlined platform whereas many Industrial IoT offerings are disparate solutions that quickly become complicated and cumbersome as they are patched together.

“We congratulate Emerson on their product innovation and industry leadership, and we are thrilled to recognise the company as a marquee 2018 IoT Breakthrough Award winner.”


@EMR_Automation  #Pauto @IoTBreakthrough @Emerson_News

Load cell digitizer.

The compact DSC-USB interface, from Applied Measurements, is designed to convert strain gauge transducer signal into a digital output direct to the PC via the USB port. The simple ‘plug and play’ direct connection to the PC means the data can be viewed immediately on screen and the results can be logged to a CSV file for further manipulation later in any spreadsheet program, without the need for amplifiers, filters and mulitmeters.

The DSC-USB interface delivers high performance and high accuracy readings direct to the PC with no need for additional power supplies as the device is powered by the USB port.

It is ideal as a 1 to 1 interface, it can connect with multiple sensors with the use of a suitable hub, please speak to our sales team. An optional DTEMP digital temperature sensor module is available to enable an advance 5-point temperature compensation of measurements.

The DSC-USB is perfect for all strain gauge bridge based sensors including load, weight, force, torque and pressure & displacement. Once the data has been received by the PC the FREE downloadable DSC-USB Toolkit software enables configuration, calibration and logging capabilities.

For additional channels of data logging the free downloadable DSCLog24 software is available which enables up to 24 channels of data monitoring and logging.

• APPLICATION:  This unit and the Applied Measurement's DBBSM S-Beam Load cell are used in  an application to Measures Cable Tension of Light Aircraft for Calmet Laboratory Services.

Accurate S-Beam Load Cell Measures Cable Tension of Light Aircraft
 #Pauto @AppMeas

Progressing the digital oilfield!

Endress+Hauser has aligned partnerships with Angus Measurement ServicesTechnipFMC and its Authorized Service Provider, Vector Controls. The automation companies will collaborate to bring added value to the oil and gas industry, assisting customers with transition to the digital oilfield.

“Endress+Hauser is excited to work alongside Angus Measurement, TechnipFMC and Vector Controls,” said Brian Hoover, Business Development Manager, Endress+Hauser. “Together we deliver real-time information on product quality, quantity and value for our customers in the oil and gas industry.”

The partnership alignment between the automation companies is to inform and better prepare the oil and gas industry and customers for Industry 4.0. The oil and gas industry has played a pivotal role in the economic transformation of the world. Today the industry has the opportunity to set new parameters and direction through digitalization.

The companies’ combined strengths and expertise will provide oil and gas customers measurement certainty, better operational performance to enhance revenue, improved safety of operations, regulatory compliance and predictive maintenance, lowering the total cost of operations and optimizing the measurement and management of our customer’s gas, oil and water resources.

“It’s the people that make the difference. Their understanding and years of experience are enablers that generate revenue and create value for our oil and gas customers and their shareholders,” said Hoover.

The technology will be brought to the field by a dedicated team of oil and gas experts. Each partner will contribute focused areas of expertise, including best-in-class products and/or services to oil and gas customers:

  • Endress+Hauser’s intelligent field instruments and digital communication expertise captures and transmits product quality, quantity and value
  • Angus’ systems fabrication and technology consultants helps customers optimize the performance of gas, oil and water assets
  • TechnipFMC’s oil and gas measurement technology and design capabilities deploy best-in-class technology and develop modularized systems
  • Vector’s expertise in gas analytics, measurement and control provides the opportunity to deploy best-in-class solutions.

“With this partnership, we bring preeminent value, that transcends that of any other technology provider,” said Hoover. “We deliver industry expertise that is unparalleled and systems capabilities that can digitalize the oilfield of the future - delivering Industry 4.0 to the oil and gas industry today.”


@Endress_US  #PAuto #Oil @TechnipFMC