PAS software suite meets ISA recommendations for alarm management

PAS today announced the release of PlantState Suite version 6.0, the world's leading solution for Critical Condition Management in the process manufacturing industries. 
 
The new release continues the seamless integration of alarm and control performance management with new features and enhancements to support PAS' #1 market position across all industries.   Most importantly, PlantState Suite is the only commercially available product that meets the complete set of recommendations outlined in the ISA standard text, “Alarm Management: Seven Effective Methods for Optimum Performance”.
 
Eddie Habibi, Founder and CEO of PAS and co-author of the ISA text on Alarm Management commented, “The latest version of PlantState Suite offers customers a complete and step-wise approach to meeting ever more stringent industry standards for Alarm Management – from simple benchmarking on any system to comprehensive real-time, state-based alarm management solutions that retain design philosophies and prevent the degradation of implemented systems.”
 
With Version 6.0, operations personnel are now provided with a complete and seamless view of Alarm Shelving, Alarm Audit & Enforcement, Alarm Viewer, and State-based Alarm Management tools – directly on the control system for full integration with established operator workflow processes – significantly enhancing productivity and plant reliability.
 
PlantState Suite, long the world's #1 Alarm Management product, provides the full range of Critical Condition Management functions – including alarm analysis, documentation and rationalization, real-time alarm management, performance metrics management, control loop performance assessment and scheduled reporting.
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