A more reliable manufacturing or production facility is a more sustainable facility. Many non-optimum outcomes, such as flaring, reprocessing, waste, and other non-optimum results, can be avoided.
When Emerson and Aspen Technology came together to form a global technology and software team, this enabled complementary technologies and solutions to be applied to enterprise-level reliability. AspenTech and Emerson can deliver better decisions from edge to enterprise – from sensors on the plant floor to the boardroom – across the facility’s lifecycle.
Aspen Mtell prescriptive maintenance software and Emerson AMS asset monitoring and health analysis software use a centralized data management system to compile disparate data sources to make smarter decisions to drive top-quartile reliability performance.
Two webinars are scheduled to show how together help you quickly identify and resolve issues which may affect operational performance. Register for one of the Thursday, June 22, 9am CDT, or Thursday, July 20, 9am GMT sessions. The presenters will be AspenTech’s John Campbell and Emerson’s Mani Nambiar.
Here’s a quick 1-minute peek of Aspen Mtell.
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