Invensys Expands InFusion Enterprise Control System Capabilities


Oct 19, 2010

Invensys Operations Management will unveil a host of new and upgraded components of its InFusionT Enterprise Control System (ECS) at its OpsManage'10 customer and partner conference being held this week in Orlando, Fla. 

In addition to enhancements and new releases to the company's Wonderware System Platform 4.0 software and flagship Foxboro I/A Series 8.6 distributed control system (DCS), OpsManage attendees will see a number of new InFusion ECS components, including a new Foxboro Programmable Automation Controller (PAC) System, a new TriconexR General Purpose Safety System, a preview of new software-based workflow capabilities, a new EurothermR nanodacT data controller/recorder and a new Wonderware endorsed-partner application that provides a software as a service (SaaS) mobile reporting solution.

The new Foxboro Programmable Automation Controller (PAC) System 1.0 integrates Wonderware System Platform software with a next-generation Foxboro automation controller and I/O package. The new Triconex General Purpose System provides Triple Modular Redundancy (TMR) for basic safety systems, but at a lower price point and in a TUV-certified SIL 2 safety instrumented system (SIS) platform, based on the company's industry-leading Triconex technology. The new Eurotherm nanodac controller/recorder combines graphical recording capabilities with versatile control, communications and reporting in a 3.6" by 3.5" enclosure. The new SmartGlance SaaS mobile reporting solution, delivered through Sarla Analytics, an Invensys partner, brings industrial and manufacturing intelligence and process data, archived in plant automation systems and data stores, directly to smartphone users.

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