Industrial Internet, mobility applications for increased connectivity
Honeywell Process Solutions announced Honeywell Pulse, software for tablets and smartphones, and its Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) network, iiOT, at the 20th Annual ARC Industry Forum on Feb. 8 in Orlando.
Mobile software is available to help users of process software be more productive using smartphones and tablets. Honeywell Process Solutions announced Honeywell Pulse and its Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) network, iiOT, at the 20th Annual ARC Industry Forum on Feb. 8 in Orlando.
Mara Weber, global business comms and investor relations, Honeywell Process Solutions, explained that the digital transformation connects people, processes, and assets. The iiOT is designed to deliver real-time operating data as well as cloud-enabled software for greater connectivity that is also designed to unify system and and process more data for enhanced decision-making. It is also uses data analytics to predict future events that can help prevent abnormal situations and reduce downtime.
Hilary Gwisdala, global marketing communications, Honeywell Process Solutions, demonstrated Honeywell Pulse mobility software, showing simple setup in just a few minutes, easily pulling information from Dynamo or Uniformance software from Honeywell Process Solutions. Honeywell Pulse is a mobile application designed to provide immediate notifications and real-time plant performance data and analytics to plant operators and managers.
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