Control Systems

Get control of your control system migration

This article will help plants accelerate the migration process, minimize potential complications and ensure successful project results.

By Christopher Peters, Honeywell Process Solutions

In today's tough business environment, many plants view upgrading their process control systems as an important step toward improved competitiveness. After all, a control system can hugely impact performance over the entire lifecycle of a facility. Still, of course, the replacement system must offer a superior business-value proposition.

A well-planned and executed migration to a modern control system not only improves plant availability and reliability but also can provide a more flexible production platform. Many companies now are looking for increased flexibility so they can make the most of business opportunities.

A structured, organized approach to automation upgrades enhances the benefits of new technology, reduces risks and preserves valuable intellectual property.

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