The latest version of Schneider Electric’s Terminal Inventory Management System, DTN TIMS extends its functionality to support visibility and analytics of forecasted inventory balances throughout a comprehensive and configured distribution network. DTN TIMS new supply and demand forecasting allows the paradigm to shift from reacting to planning with near real-time, customizable information.
Schneider Electric has launched Foxboro RTT15S Optical Temperature Transmitters, a new family of temperature transmitters that features a large, backlit LCD display with optical configuration buttons – operable through the glass cover of the unit’s explosion-proof housing – that enable users to locally configure and operate the transmitter even in hazardous locations without the need for process shutdown.
Schneider Electric, has acquired Applied Instrument Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of online process analyzers for the hydrocarbon, petrochemical, chemical, pharmaceutical and steel-making industries. The acquisition adds to Schneider Electric’s process automation portfolio that already includes Foxboro plant instrumentation, Foxboro and PlantStruxure PES process automation systems, Modicon PAC systems and Triconex safety systems.
Schneider Electric has announced significant updates to Wonderware Online, its cloud platform capable of collecting, visualizing, and managing operational data across industrial operations. End users, solution builders, and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) can benefit from new real-time data and analytics capabilities when using Wonderware Online as a complete information management and decision support solution.
Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management and automation, announced it has appointed Annette Clayton as President and CEO, North America Operations. Clayton will be based at Schneider Electric’s North American headquarters in Andover, Mass., and is responsible for driving business strategy and execution for the region.
Telvent Canada Ltd. (part of Schneider Electric) and IntelliView Technologies Inc. have formed an agreement to collaborate and deliver IntelliView’s video analytics based leak detection technology as an integrated offer in the Schneider Electric Enterprise Pipeline Management System (ePLMS) applications suite, specifically within the OASyS DNA SCADA system platform. The agreement is effective immediately.
Water is considered a byproduct of oil and gas production and must be carefully managed. This water is usually referred to as ‘produced water’ and is the largest volume waste stream associated with oil and gas production. Because produced water was viewed as a waste by product historically, the most commonly practiced management strategies were aimed at disposal, rather than beneficial use.
A new year brings new challenges, especially to the constantly evolving pipeline industry. Schneider Electric has risen to the occasion with its newest Pipeline Trainer 1.0 built on SimSuite 7 framework. Its re-engineered framework and modern infrastructure allow for more efficient and effective pipeline controller training.
The new Wonderware Office Bundle from Schneider Electric Software streamlines the ability to access and interpret operations data, bringing “big data” benefits to a new set of users. The solution’s easy installation and native connectivity to plant floor and business applications enable management to easily create Key Performance Indicators by visualizing and analyzing data in near real time from a wide array of devices and sources.
Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management and automation, has announced the new BLISS (baseline integrated SCADA system) solution. BLISS combines Schneider Electric’s Enterprise OASyS SCADA — and its advanced application with IT infrastructure — with compute and networking provided by Cisco to deliver a IoT-enabled holistic pipeline management platform for new pipelines or upgrades to systems. A key aim is to provide operators with real-time visibility into the structural integrity of the pipeline to enable maintenance to be planned or immediate repairs to be effected.