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Why and how Saudi Aramco plans to migrate from non-incendive to intrinsically safe.
IEC and NEC determined that automation and instrumentation components and systems must often be installed in process plant areas classified as hazardous, however the installations of such present challenges in terms of design, installation and maintenance. To make installations easier, there are ...
Viruses and Cyber Attacks ARE Looming. Help From Governments and Standards Is Lacking. Some Engineers and Managers Are Fighting Back to Protect Their Applications and Companies. Here's How They Do It
Seems to Be That Users Are Quite Happy With Separate Emergency Shutdown (ESD) Packages
<i>The need: Lower life cycle costs and better information flow. The solution: New standards offer more choices for integrating safety and process control</i></p> <p>The specialty chemical industry is facing a number of difficult challenges, including increasingly stringent safety and compliance ...
As production runs ever closer to equipment and facility operating limits and new plants come on line in expanding and developing economies, the pressure to design and operate systems more safely and economically is increasing. A key to meeting this goal is having competent people who are ...
Rethink Mass Notification -- Properly dealing with emergencies demands integration of plant systems.
What, Specifically, in the XO Evinces or Promotes a Lack of Understanding of the Different Cybersecurity Requirements for Business IT and Industrial Process Control Systems?
Users Wonder, "How Dependable, Trustworthy and Resilient Is My Supplier's Software?"
Our Readers React to Our Article About Smart Manufacturing and Explain Why Stuxnet Happens and Why Everybody Is Vulnerable
No Deal Between ISA 100 and Wireless HART Standards. Back to the Drawing Board
Learn about the Security Features the OPC Portfolio Offers Reducing the Risk to Control System Integrity
Bad Human/System Relationships Can Quite Literally Blow Up in Everyone's Face
Since the Stuxnet Worm Hit, Vendors and End Users Alike Are Thinking and Talking About Their Security Policies
This article provides you with the information needed to understand what is required to implement an intrinsically safe (IS) Foundation fieldbus H1 network in a classified hazardous area of your plant.
A Security Appliance Combines Modern Switch Technology With Cybersecurity Software for Security and Firewall Protection
Moore Industries believes it is of vital importance to have third-party SIS evaluation for plant safety provided by a company with global coverage and reputation.
Digital fieldbus networks have created new options for installing devices in hazardous areas by simplifying implementation of IS systems and avoiding explosion-proof enclosure conduit systems.
Trinity Integrated Systems' iDefine Suite Reduces Errors and Streamlines Design of Safety Instrumented Systems
All the Safety and Industrial Controls Security Systems in the World Can't Defeat Human Beings Intent on Screwing Things Up
Instrument Engineers Must Lead the Way in Safety System Best Practices
The Celulosa Arauco Pulp Mill. Environment, Safety and Quality Goals Realized in Successful Start-Up
The Trickiest Risk to Manage in the Industry Is an Unplanned Shutdown
Plant-Level Wireless Networks Unleash New Era of Worker Productivity, Safety and Security
Regulatory modifications in 2010 have raised important issues in design and use of industrial safety systems. Certain changes in IEC 61508, now being widely implemented, mean that designers and users who desire full compliance must give new consideration to topics such as SIL levels and the ...