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Some chemical plant managers avoid the topic of predictive analytics because they believe data must be migrated to the cloud and that only data scientists can create data insights. However, this simply isn’t the case. With the proper tools and a live connection to the source data system, an existing workforce can generate advanced analytics and reap significant benefits.
The right software and training empower employees to connect, grow, and pivot as necessary to improve personal and organizational productivity.
Cloud-based software can optimize data analytics to deliver maximum value.
From dealing with core operating factors such as the hazardous and remote location of many assets to new consolidation and outsourcing trends, the process industries are leading the way with remote monitoring technology use.
A convergence of digital technologies and data science means that industrial AI is gaining ground and producing results for CPI users.
Lean and Six Sigma projects have served the process industries well for decades, but new tools are needed to optimize outcomes. Advanced analytics software is particularly well suited to these types of projects, providing the benefits desired with much less time and effort as compared to traditional technologies.
Chemical reactors are one of the most flexible assets in a manufacturing plant. Changing reactor conditions, feed blend, recipe, or line-up can result in the same equipment producing vastly different products. The transition period experienced between successful production of different products is a side effect of this flexibility.
Solar electrical generating facilities are putting responsive analytics to use so they can improve efficiency and optimize maintenance.
At last year’s OSIsoft PI World conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, Lonza’s global operational technology manager, Dr. Tobias Merz, gave a presentation describing the Lonza Specialty Ingredients segment’s journey to obtain actionable, information-based insights from its data.