Rockwell Automation releases DCS for plant operations

Rockwell-Automation

To optimize the lifecycle of plant activities by digitisation, Rockwell Automation has introduced the PlantPAx 5.0 distributed control system (DCS).

This is RockWell Automation’s new DCS which is capable of digitally transforming an enterprise by leveraging process functions that are native to the controller, improving the availability of compliance-driving system properties and using analytics.

Through utilizing plant-wide and modular solutions aligned with digital transformation, Rockwell Automation is assured that this will extend plant operational lifecycles.

” We are pleased to introduce PlantPAx DCS 5.0 to our customers.

JIM WINTER, GLOBAL PROCESS DIRECTOR OF ROCKWELL AUOTMATION

New capabilities of the framework are step-changes in supporting our clients reduce the total construction and commissioning costs. The functionality strengthens the overall initiative to align the organization with the process management layer.

“We continue to find innovative ways to bring more value to end-users by reducing the system’s lifecycle cost and lowering operational risks.”

By implementing PlantPAx 5.0.0, the total costs associated with a plant lifecycle are projected to be minimized.

Footprint reduction; project continuity to establish control strategies that are applicable to all projects; better user interfaces with smooth workflows; strong cybersecurity requirements and processes for moving data from the DCS to analysis tools are areas that the current DCS enhances.

Centered in Wisconsin, the United States, the 23,000 staff of Rockwell Automation support clients in over 100 nations.

New capabilities of the framework are step-changes in supporting our clients reduce the total construction and commissioning costs. The functionality strengthens the overall initiative to align the organization with the process management layer.

“We continue to find innovative ways to bring more value to end-users by reducing the system’s lifecycle cost and lowering operational risks.”

By implementing PlantPAx 5.0.0, the total costs associated with a plant lifecycle are projected to be minimized.

Footprint reduction; project continuity to establish control strategies that are applicable to all projects; better user interfaces with smooth workflows; strong cybersecurity requirements and processes for moving data from the DCS to analysis tools are areas that the current DCS enhances.

Centered in Wisconsin, the United States, the 23,000 staff of Rockwell Automation support clients in over 100 nations.

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