Posts Tagged ‘maintenance work practices’

Using the FF-912 Diagnostics Specification to Improve Daily Maintenance Routines

Posted in Alarm Management, Asset Optimization, Foundation Fieldbus on Friday, May 24th, 2013. One comment so far
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Happy Friday—it’s Chris Womack with another guest post, this time about new device diagnostics standards and how they’re changing daily plant maintenance, including turnaround planning. Back in March, your regular blog host Jim Cahill wrote about how the Fieldbus Foundation incorporated the NAMUR end-user association’s new recommendations for device diagnostic functions and status reports, known […]

Improving Usability for Maintenance Technicians

Posted in Asset Optimization, Interoperability on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010. No comments yet
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Emerson’s Adam Lund has a great article, Human Centered Design Supports Improved Job Performance, in the February edition of Maintenance Technology magazine. Adam highlights some reasons why human centered design is growing in importance for process automation suppliers. The rapid advancement of technology is breathtaking. Those like me with an affinity for gadgets follow the […]

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