Wednesday 2 April 2014

Safety product viewed as exceptional by Czech automation professionals.

The Invensys Triconex® Safety View solution has been named the 2013 Product of the Year in the Process Control and Advanced Control category by Control Engineering, Czech Republic.

Control Engineering subscribers identified the products they felt were the most exceptional based on technological progress, value, benefit and impact on the automation market. The Product of the Year Awards covered 10 industrial automation categories in 2013. Invensys has won this accolade for the past three years, with products such as its Foxboro® Intelligent Marshalling smart I/O solution, its SimSci® DYNSIM® dynamic process simulation software and now Triconex Safety View. 

“The Process Control and Advanced Control category is always popular for producers and readers alike, with fierce competition for the Product of the Year award,” said Lukas Smelik, editor in chief, Control Engineering. “Every year, Invensys brings strong products to the category, and this year’s win for Triconex Safety View highlights the strong level of innovation within Invensys, further showcased by products such as its Foxboro Evo™ process automation system. For that reason, I was not surprised that, like last year, Invensys won Product of the Year.”

Triconex Safety View is an online tool that draws the plant operator’s attention to critical changes in process conditions that require immediate action. It also provides clear indication to operators, maintenance engineers and shift supervisors of Priority Level 1 alarms and all other safety-critical devices that have been placed in bypass, thus reducing the risk levels for which they were designed.

“Triconex Safety View provides the highest levels of safety integrity for critical alarm management applications,” said Mary Beth Connolly, vice president of marketing for Invensys’ systems business.

“Safety View gives operators, maintenance engineers and shift personnel better visibility into the process so they can take actions that reduce risk, optimize total cost of ownership and increase overall asset performance,” she continued. “We are extremely honored to be recognized by Control Engineering magazine and its subscribers because the award acknowledges the quality of our products and the value we continue to deliver for our customers and the automation market at large."

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