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Honeywell launches real-time SCADA solution

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Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS) has launched Experion® Elevate, a real-time process supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) solution delivered as a secure and scalable service.

The solution is a member of Honeywell’s suite of cloud-enabled solutions for operations technology and information technology (OT/IT).

John Rudolph, Vice President and General Manager, HPS Projects and Automation Solutions, said: “By choosing Experion Elevate, process industry companies can take their performance to a new level with visibility of field assets from a central monitoring site and/or mobile locations […] They can be sure their SCADA implementation will be robust, reliable and secure because their system is running on ours. Users can depend on Honeywell’s experience and vision for any size solution.”

Experion SCADA is at the heart of the company’s Experion systems and provides a highly scalable, integrated multi-service system with a superior human-machine interface (HMI). The use of the company’s Distributed System Architecture (DSA) allows multiple SCADA servers to operate as one within a single asset or across the enterprise and enables seamless global access to points, alarms, interactive operator control messages and history.

With Experion Elevate, Honeywell is positioned to provide any combination of SCADA solutions, offering end users more options. This approach brings business agility and increased efficiency from implementation through ongoing lifecycle operations. Customers can take advantage of the latest software with less on-site support and maintenance skills required. They also benefit from a lower cost of entry with the potential for reduced CAPEX, rapid project deployment, and lower lifecycle costs.

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