With advanced tools and applications delivered across a high-speed, fault-tolerant and cyber-secure hardware platform, the Foxboro Evo process automation system is designed to improve operational insight and integrity.
"The three most important ways a process automation vendor can help its customers secure their future is to protect the operational integrity of their plants, enhance the operational insight of its people and enable them to adapt easily and affordably to change,"
"Our new Foxboro Evo system does that with unrivalled elegance. With more powerful processing capacity and other new, advanced applications, the system allows our customers to uncover new and hidden value from within their operations. This is another automation breakthrough from a company with a 100-year history of delivering innovative technology advancements."
The Foxboro Evo process automation system has evolved directly from pioneering Foxboro I/A Series and
"We needed to upgrade the vast majority of our DCS, but like most sites, we didn't have the luxury of a site-wide shutdown to make a full change possible," said
Because users can upgrade at their own pace, the Foxboro Evo system delivers the lowest total cost of automation and highest return on assets.
Additionally, its new applications improve the ability of plant personnel to contribute toward the success of the business by streamlining and contextualising the information they need to make the right business decisions at the right time.
The Foxboro Evo system includes a new high-speed controller, field device management tools, a maintenance response centre, an enterprise historian, 1-n redundancy and cyber security hardening. And because the company's broad portfolio of roles-based engineering tools and productivity applications are integrated within it, the system provides superior visibility into historical, real-time and predictive operating information to help drive production efficiency.
Current Foxboro I/A Series DCS users can migrate to the Foxboro Evo system with little or no downtime, depending on which version they are running. Users of competing process automation systems, whose wiring terminations are still functional, can migrate to the Foxboro Evo system without ripping and replacing infrastructure, significantly reducing costs and downtime, just as they were able to do with the I/A Series system, said officials. -
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