Friday 11 February 2011

Not a bad result!

We have already reported on some of the winners in Control's  annual Readers' Choice of process automation users.

Emerson Process Management has again earned top rankings this year (2010). This marks the 18th consecutive year that Emerson products were chosen first in more product categories than any competitor. Considering that this is the 19th such survey this isn't bad!

Emerson earned 24 first-place wins – more than the next three competitors combined. In addition to categories for advanced process control software, asset management software, wireless infrastructure, and several measurement and valve technologies, users also named Emerson first for its overall capabilities in continuous regulatory control and batch process automation.

“We appreciate this vote of confidence in Emerson’s ability to help our customers meet their toughest challenges,”
said Steve Sonnenberg, president, Emerson Process Management. “Our goal is to continue earning that confidence – not just in an annual survey but day after day.”

Emerson’s intelligent measurement, control, and analytical instruments, and its automation systems and software, are part of its industry-leading PlantWeb™ digital plant architecture, which helps process operations improve efficiency and profitability. The company’s Smart Wireless technology extends those benefits to areas that were previously out of physical or economic reach, and its human-centred design approach leads to innovative products and solutions that make users’ jobs easier.

Other recent honours for Emerson’s industry-leading technologies and services include the results of reader surveys by Chemical Processing and Control Design magazines.  Emerson Process Management dominated voting by Chemical Processing readers as they identified suppliers that best met their industry-specific needs.  And in the Control Design survey of equipment builders and system integrators, Emerson topped categories for flow, temperature, pressure, and level measurement, as well as for power supplies.

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