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Software & Integration Resource Center

The modern process plant can’t run without a successful program of software utilization and integration. As machines become more automated and sophisticated, their smooth integration becomes even more important. Programs need to speak to each other. Field instruments must communicate with the control room. Appropriate alarm notifications have to happen. Information must pass back and forth between all manner of programs and be accessible on all manner of devices. Software has to be secure. The Software and Integration Resource Center provides articles, white papers, news reports and product information about the latest technology to keep your industrial network humming—either wired or wirelessly.

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White Papers: In Depth Research

  • Harness the Future of Innovation

    Author: Yokogawa

    From the company's pledge to renew and improve its partnership with customers to how to migrating a DCS 1,600 feet below ground, the Yokogawa Users Conference and Exhibition in Houston covered emerging technologies and trends in process control engineering

  • Refined Integration

    Author: ABB

    ABB has taken the lead in the domain of electrical integration with its award-winning Extended Automation System 800xA, enabling intelligent electrical devices to be integrated utilizing the global IEC 61850 standard for control and protection of substatio

  • Defending Against the Dragonfly Cybersecurity Attack Part B – Analyzing the Malware

    Author: Belden

    The age of malware specifically targeting industrial control systems (ICS) began in 2010 when Stuxnet1 was revealed to be disrupting operations at one of Iran’s nuclear enrichment facilities. Recently, a sophisticated malware, known as Dragonfly by some

  • Defending Against the Dragonfly Cybersecurity Attacks Part A - Identifying the Targets

    Author: Belden

    The age of malware specifically targeting industrial control systems (ICS) began in 2010 when Stuxnet1 was revealed to be disrupting operations at one of Iran’s nuclear enrichment facilities. Recently, a sophisticated malware, known as Dragonfly by some