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Invensys Process Systems

Elm Road
North Shields
Tyne & Wear
NE29 8SA
United Kingdom

Telephone : 0191 258 2821
Fax : 0191 258 7040
Email : s.ballard@ballard.co.uk
Web : www.invensys.com


Editorial archive;

Invensys signs licensing agreement with EMRE 22/03/2010
Invensys and ExxonMobil Research (EMRE) have joined forces in a deal that will allow Invensys to sub-license a suite of EMRE’s refinery process models to third parties. The suite of models will be delivered through Invensys Operations software using is ROMeo solution to enable clients to model and optimise process units. Full Story...

Invensys launches new SCADA and EMI software 06/02/2010
Invensys Operations Management has launched its InFusion SCADA 2.0 software system, with Foxboro® SCD2100 and SCD2200 remote terminal units for oil and gas and water and wastewater applications. The company has also introduced its Wonderware® Intelligence Software 1.0 solution, which it calls an “enterprise manufacturing intelligence (EMI) solution.” Full Story...

Invensys Operations Management explains new approach 12/11/2009
At the annual Invensys user conference, Invensys Operations Management president Sudipta Bhattacharya addressed the company's recent merger of divisions and how it plans to differentiate itself in the industrial automation market. Full Story...

Fieldbus heads for Wembley 04/08/2008
Fieldbus Foundation is to host its next UK roadshow at Wembley Stadium, London, UK, following similar events in Reading, Manchester and Middlesbrough. Presentations and practical demonstrations will aim to demonstrate how Foundation fieldbus technology can be used as part of a single plant-wide solution. Full Story...

Wonderware announces 2008 conference tour 28/07/2008
As the WonderWorld Global Industry Conferences are poised to kick off in Las Vegas on October 6, 2008, organiser Wonderware has revealed the conference’s theme, ‘Enabling Innovation for Real-Time Operational Excellence’. Full Story...

Proactive support services seek to eliminate diagnostic delays 28/07/2008
Manufacturing automation and control systems are increasingly complex, and when plant engineers have a problem, they are asking support service providers to do more. Full Story...

Controlled efficiency: Power controls; biodiesel process simulation; steel 27/05/2008
Automation technologies are helping power transmission and a bio-refinery and steel mill in the Baltic Sea, Sweden, and Finland, thanks to separate efforts from ABB, Invensys, and Honeywell. Full Story...

Wonderware claims business benefits after win 23/04/2008
Wonderware has won the Frost & Sullivan ‘Product of the Year’, in the HMI category. It is the fifth consecutive year the company has been honoured and this year Frost and Sullivan recognised Wonderware's ‘ability to assist manufacturers in achieving operational excellence’. Full Story...

Invensys scoops lucrative control contract 27/03/2008
Invensys Process Systems will provide an InFusion Enterprise Control System for a grass roots LDPE plant under the terms of a multi-million dollar contract awarded by Simon Carves. The control system is headed for PTT Polyethylene Company’s (PTT PE) plant to be built at the Padaeng industrial estate, Thailand. Full Story...

Tutorial: Conductivity sensors 20/02/2008
There are three liquid characteristics that are often thought of together, although they are different and use different sensor technology. Conductivity, ORP, and pH all have to do with specific chemical characteristics, but measuring each in a process stream requires its own approach. Control Engineering explains... Full Story...

Wireless Networking moves from Instruments to Infrastructure 01/02/2008
Three major wireless providers, Honeywell, Emerson, and Invensys are pursuing widely different approaches—with specific benefits and weaknesses—but have clearly articulated long-term strategies and resources to achieve their goals. Full Story...

A new plant performance solution for Gassco 16/01/2008
Gassco, Norwegian state-owned gas transportation company, claims to have reduced operating costs, boosted yields and increased flexibility of its Kårstø plant with a solution from Invensys Process Systems. Full Story...

Making pH sensors more durable 01/11/2007
Solving problems with pH measurement Full Story...

Wallraf gets top spot on FDT board 31/10/2007
Hartmut Wallraf has been elected chairman of the board of the FDT Group. Chief of technology and vice president of EMEA operations at Invensys, Wallraf replaces Hartmut Wuttig, board member for ABB. Full Story...

Seven up for Invensys 17/09/2007
Invensys Process Systems (IPS) has added seven wireless-enabled solutions to its InFusion Enterprise Control System offering. Full Story...

Condition Monitoring: Some Economic Issues 01/09/2007
New ways to gather information, such as wireless networking, plus information integration are helping users avoid costly downtime on their equipment. Full Story...

Oh no, I forgot... We’re shutting down the plant this weekend! 01/06/2006
Keeping track of what’s going on in a modern plant can be difficult. Here’s what Invensys proposes to do. Full Story...