December 2011

Special Report: Plant Design and Engineering

Preserving knowledge: Keys to effective lifecycle management

Plant information resides in many locations throughout the facility; capturing it is a challenge

Lippin, J., Honeywell Process Solutions

Work smarter; that is the mandate for every manufacturer in the 21st Century. In the face of tougher global competition and shrinking pools of expertise, many plants are realizing they need to maximize infrastructure investments and squeeze every last drop out of their assets to remain competitive. This realization is rapidly driving the adoption of innovative technologies that can offer maximum productivity and full enterprise visibility, among other things. But there is another realization that not every manufacturer has picked up on. Working smarter means much more than investing in the latest automation technologies. It means ensuring that companies understand the full, long-term im

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