The separation of two immiscible liquids contained in the same tank or vessel is a fundamental aspect of many production processes. Optimising the performance of these applications can have a significant effect on final product quality. To achieve this, plant managers need to implement devices that can accurately and reliably measure the interface level between the two liquids.
Emerson has acquired iSolutions, a Canadian-based consulting group with expertise in designing and implementing data management solutions. The acquired company provides decision-support tools to make data-driven production and operational decisions based on the analysis of real-time insights from integrated field and plant systems.
Der Investor Triton hat angekündigt, Aventics an Emerson zu verkaufen. Das soll es Aventics ermöglichen, seine Entwicklung mit einem langfristig orientierten industriellen Eigentümer fortzuführen. Das regulatorische Zulassungsverfahren des Verkaufs ist im Gange.
Triton announced its intention to sell the pneumatic components and systems producer Aventics to Emerson. According to the company, there has been an agreement on terms with Emerson and the regulatory approval process is now underway.
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Emerson has agreed to acquire Paradigm, a provider of software solutions for the oil and gas industry, for a purchase price of $ 510 million. The acquisition is expected to close within the next 60 days, subject to various regulatory approvals.
Emerson predicts the next 10 years will see exponential growth in the adoption of wireless and pervasive sensing applications that help companies maximise safety and reliability, optimise production and enable Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) strategies.