Solving Common Batch Problems: Controller-Based Systems
Eliminating the server from the equation can lead to fewer problems, shorter cycle times and other factors that affect the bottom line
Chris Morse, Honeywell Process Solutions
Agility, reliability, reporting and sharing of business information are among the key ingredients that have been dictated to modern-day control systems by the competitive pressures facing today’s manufacturers. In short, production must be faster, more efficient and provide actionable data for operators. And the last thing anybody in this situation needs is a server failure. Where does that leave the traditional server-based batch systems and the manufacturers who use them?...
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