Special E-Show Daily edition from Matrikon Summit 2007

May 14, 2007
The editors of CONTROL report on the presentations, case studies, panel discussions, demonstrations and networking events at this year’s technology conference for industry executives, process control engineers and other professionals held this spring in Chicago.

Headlines from May 9, 2007

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Headlines from May 9, 2007

  • The bottom line on bottom line automation
    Mike Brown, Matrikon’s vice president of technology, opened the second day of Matrikon Summit 2007 with reflections on the drive towards a business-centric view of process automation.
  • Seeing your way through to fleet optimization
    DTE’s technological specialist John Kapron told the audience attending Matrikon Summit 2007 in Chicago that visualization works!
  • Innovation, best practices and optimization
    Matrikon’s Alarm Mik Marvan concluded the session on alarm management at the Matrikon Summit 2007 showing how Matrikon’s Alarm Management System can help companies implement best practices.
  • Quicker plant testing and modeling
    Greg Kautzman, a process control engineer at a refinery, reported at Matrikon Summit 2007 the need to address the maintenance challenge associated with time consuming and expensive conventional plant step tests.
  • Now for the real-world scenarios
    In yesterday afternoon’s breakdown sessions at the Matrikon Summit 2007, two Matrikon users outlined the challenges and results of their implementations of Matrikon products.

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