#EmrEx17 Visual analytics software.

Integration between Seeq visual analytics software and Emerson Process Management offerings, and customer use cases of Seeq with Emerson automation system products, will be featured at the Emerson Global Users Exchange conference in Minneapolis (MN USA).

SeeqagEMREX17Examples of Seeq software integration with Emerson technologies include Fisher valves data, the DeltaV distributed control system (DCS), the Ovation DCS, and the Emerson Asset Management System (AMS). Seeq is enabling faster investigation of data collected from Emerson equipment and systems, resulting in better insights, sooner, for key scenarios such as asset optimization, operations excellence, and situation awareness.

“Seeq’s integration with Emerson’s DeltaV DCS and other systems enables Control Associates to provide our customers with faster access and insights on their process manufacturing data,” says Terry Spaeth, President of Control Associates. “We are excited to partner with Seeq to enable the type of data analytics these customers need for improved production, reliability, and business results.”

“We are very pleased to demonstrate our support for Emerson products, and look forward to helping our shared customers get even more value from their AMS, DCS and Fisher Valve investments,” comments Steve Sliwa, CEO and co-founder of Seeq Corporation. “Our continued support for key Emerson platforms and the Emerson Exchange user conference demonstrates our commitment to ensuring the success of our mutual customers.”

Seeq’s presence at the Emerson Global Users Exchange, in addition to the integration demonstrations with the hardware and software product groups, includes presenting in multiple sessions on predictive analytics and performance monitoring. These sessions include:

Data Analytics Strategy Combining DeltaV and Offline Instruments (3-14977) which presents insights on pharmaceutical engineers and scientists can leverage a data analytics strategy to improve operational insights. Presented Wednesday, Oct 4, 1:30 PM – 2:15 PM – Room 103 A and Thursday, Oct 5, 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM – Room 103 A

Using a streamlining analysis workflow to explore and visualize your data (1-15191), which presents insights and monitoring research from The University of Texas at Austin Divided Wall Column Technology (DWC). Presented Tuesday, Oct 3, 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM – Room 102 EF and Thursday, Oct 5, 3:15 PM – 4:00 PM – Room 101 B

In the exhibit area, Seeq representatives will demonstrate updates to shared development work with the Fisher Valves business group to improve value analytics and insights.

Emerson and Seeq customers in the pharmaceutical, utility, and chemical industries have been using Seeq to gain visibility into plant performance using data from DeltaV, OSIsoft PI, Ovation, and other sources. Seeq has helped these customers get more value from the data they have in their process historians and other systems.

Customers with an interest in using Seeq with Emerson products should contact Seeq for information on Seeq Workbench and connectivity options. In Seeq’s most recent release, R18, new features enable support for the integration of structured data from SQL Server, MySQL, and CSV files—as well as the easy distribution of analyses to coworkers. This means data from these sources can be seamlessly integrated with Emerson DCS products for analytics and insights.

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About Eoin Ó Riain

Sé Read-out iris uaithoibríoch, ionstraim agus stiúradh na hÉireann agus an "Signpost" a áit ar an idirlín! Read-out is Ireland's journal of automation, instrumentation and control and the Instrumentation Signpost is it's web presence.
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