Our fearless, intrepid reporter, Jim Montague, has gone into the scary lair of that most dangerous of crime fighters, James Bond, and come back with a report. First important piece of news. James Bond is really Jason Urso of Honeywell.
From the press release:
I have been hollering about this for several months now...I even wrote an editorial lamenting it, "The Elephant in the Room." What is "it"? "It" is the fact that there is an incredible dearth of good engineering practice information for doing post-prototype wireless sensor and network implementations.
“We have many thousands of our data historian, PHD, being used by hundreds of customers at thousands of sites,” said Honeywell Process Solutions’ vice president of strategy and global marketing Harsh Chitale. “So we are very exited to introduce a completely new visualization and analysis engine for PHD.”
Safety: Controller Integration with System Segregation“Honeywell works closely with its User Group, and the many Customer Advisory Boards set up globally. This has made it possible to provide the new solutions we are introducing at User Group this week,” said Harsh Chitale, vice president of strategy and global marketing for...
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Urso Magnifico, now reincarnated as Vice President for Technology, Jason Urso, displayed an entirely new alter ego, Super Urso, complete with cape and x-ray vision goggles, guided the Honeywell User Group 2008 crowd through a swooping and soaring vision of the technology roadmap Honeywell is following.
14 advisory boards form the HPS CAB. Jason Bottjen of Valero gave a talk about this method of giving Honeywell input. Bottjen says that there are some overwhelmingly important reasons to participate in Voice of the Customer sessions: --influence the HPS development roadmap --extend life of your HPS investment --optimize...