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  • Carlos, You are right that cyber is a big part of DT and also people. McKinsey ...

  • John Though you have posed the generic question about improving MTTR for Automation ...

  • MTTR is not really the requirement in most automation systems. The usual requirement ...

  • John, Great post! Totally agree with Joy that the "design for reliability" ...

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  • The following discussion is part of an occasional series showcasing the ISA Mentor Program , authored by Greg McMillan , industry consultant, author of numerous process control...
  • The 2021 International Society of Automation (ISA) President Steve Mustard is featured monthly on the ISA Interchange blog with a column directed toward ISA members around the world. The column speaks to current membership priorities, challenges, news, and perspectives. We invite ISA Interchange readers...
  • By David Schultz If you are getting involved at all with the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), you are bound to see a new acronym being used all over the place: MQTT. While MQTT is fairly new to automation, it has been around for more than 20 years. It was originally...
  • The Evolution of Alarm Management

    By Bill Hollifield Alarm systems were not always a problem. Before the 1990s, alarms for operators were essentially a box of light bulbs on the control wall (with each alarm at least marginally justified), in a control room that was a collection of pneumatic and standalone electronic boxes. But it was...

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