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Submitted by Dan Miklovic on Tue, 02/12/2013 - 07:57
Today almost all of the major control systems suppliers are making massive investments in software. The question is whether these investments will actually allow the control systems vendors to compete against software intensive firms like SAP, Microsoft, Google or Oracle? Digital technology has embedded itself in all aspects of machinery.
Submitted by waltboyes on Fri, 04/11/2008 - 17:02
Adoption Standards Is Key in Business and Control System Integration. “There are people,” began Dave Emerson, principal systems architect for Yokogawa Corp. of America, “who believe that a non-standard approach to integration allows them to continue to differentiate themselves in the market. They are wrong.
Submitted by nbartels on Mon, 10/08/2007 - 15:50
Lest you think we're all wireless all the time here, I'll share pieces from an email that popped up in my in box this morning. "Late last night at in impromptu press conference, SAP announced that it had agreed to acquire Business Objects for 42 euros per share or around...
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Submitted by nbartels on Wed, 09/12/2007 - 11:10
Most of the gang is working long hours doing the electronic show daily at Emerson Exchange, and Walt is smoking up the wires with blog entries live from beautiful downtown Grapevine, Texas. Meanwhile, back at the Itasca ranch, we're getting reports in from the rest of the process automation world.