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13 August 2014

NHP take great pleasure in inviting you to join us at an informative webinar that will take you through the key features and benefits of Rockwell Automation's process control solution, PlantPAx.

Traditionally there have been two choices when selecting a process control system – a Distributed Control System (DCS) or a PLC/SCADA approach. PlantPAx eliminates the need to choose between using a DCS or a PLC/SCADA approach. It has been designed to take the best features from both and integrate them into a single scalable solution. As part of the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture it allows a single architecture to be used for a wide range of applications including process, batch, drives, motion and safety. PlantPAx systems can be engineered by end users, Systems Integrators and OEMs.

At its core, PlantPAx is a single database that also has a single security model, simplifying the management of user’s profiles. In addition, any data created in the system is instantly accessible to all the software modules that need it. PlantPAx is also scalable for small OEM packages with less than 100 I/O points to a large scale distributed system with multiple controllers, hundreds of control loops and more than 10,000 I/O. It offers high availability at all levels of the system from redundant I/O and networks through to controllers and supervisory systems.

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PRESENTERS:

Mr. Richard Dean, Technology Specialist - Process
Richard has been in the automation industry for 10 years. He has worked in technical support, account management, product management and application engineering roles as a supplier or distributor for Siemens, GE and Rockwell automation products. Based in Victoria Richard's roles have usually incorporated a national responsibility which has seen him actively engaged in opportunities around Australia.

Mr. Andrew Allen, Technology Specialist - Process
Andrew has 35 years experience in industrial automation in roles ranging from Field Support to Project Management. His experience has been gained in hands on roles across a range of industries and applications including heavy machining and manufacturing, food & beverage, mining, automotive, pharmaceutical and general manufacturing. In his current role as one of NHP’s Process Technology Specialists he provides design and implementation support for process control projects in New Zealand and the East coast of Australia.

EVENT DETAILS:

Date:

Wednesday, 3rd September 2014

Time:

11:00am - 12:00pm AEST / 1:00pm - 2:00pm NZST

Venue:

Webinar - access details will be provided in your confirmation email once you've registered

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