As the 2010 Honeywell User Group Conference for 2010 winds down today, we are still bringing you some of the highlights.
Maybe it's the two-hour time difference that messed us up. Maybe it's just that the Control/Control Design editorial team never gets tired. But here is a PS to our "last post" of the day. Don't miss these either.
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This afternoon at the Honeywell User Group meeting, Walt Boyes has been busy. He talked with Henri Tausch, VP and general manager of the Honeywell Field Solutions business unit about its successes in Europe and did a podcast with Peter Henderson, senior product manager for the UniSim Operations Suite.
"Maybe to counteract their seemingly empty and arid environments, deserts are often rumored to hide buried treasures," says our Executive Editor, Jim Montague. Then just to prove his metaphor is grounded in reality, he goes on to describe the hidden (in plain sight, surely) treasures in the Demo Room at...
Honeywell User Group is winding down for the day, but there is still stuff you may want to check out.
Things are popping in Phoenix. It's only the middle of the afternoon there, and we have reports on
Our colleague Mike Bacidore just posted this report from the Honeywell Users Group meeting on how Abbott Labs works with Honeywell to install MES systems at its facilities in Ireland and Puerto Rico.
Keith Larson reports on new offering that gives users the choice between ISA100.11a and Wi-Fi--or both.
Paul Hodge, Honeywell product manager, Experion infrastructure & HMI, took attendees at the 2010 Honeywell User Group Conference on a stroll through the universe of "virtualization," explaining what it is and why it is a good thing for your process operation.