New alarm and ops management technology provides single unified platform for all operations integrity functions

By Honeywell news release

Oct 29, 2015

Honeywell Process Solutions today introduced its new DynAMo® Alarm and Operations Management software to help process industries better manage operations and alarms.

By combining Honeywell’s award-winning alarm management software with its operations management software, DynAMo now delivers operations integrity through better plant safety, availability and compliance. The new solution provides a single unified platform and user experience for all operations integrity functions.

It is also a scalable offering that allows customers to start with simple Alarm Management or Operator Logbook and adding other functions over time to enable a fully integrated Operations Integrity solution.

“Alarm management concepts have been around for decades to help operators see pertinent alarms more clearly. However, the goal isn’t about reducing alarms. It’s about getting to the right decisions quickly,” said Mark Sen Gupta, senior consultant ARC Advisory Group. “By integrating alarm management with operations management, this new solution from Honeywell should help reduce one of largest causes of incidents in the process industries: operator error.”

DynAMo is one of HPS’ many technologies that are ready to be integrated as part of Honeywell’s industrial Internet of things (IIoT). DynAMo is now enabled by Honeywell Pulse™, a new mobile application that allows users to remotely monitor critical alarms or events. Honeywell Pulse sends customized, real-time plant performance notifications to a users’ smartphone and provides connectivity and collaboration tools to assist with issue resolution.

DynAMo is vendor neutral, working with any vendor’s control system in addition to Honeywell’s Experion® distributed control system (DCS) platform.

 

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