Experion Elevate allows for predictable costs, easy upgrades, and continual support. Small- to mid-sized companies may have limited capital, but want long-term use of the SCADA solution as well as flexibility in deployment, service and support and upgrades they may not otherwise pay for. Whether the customer chooses a traditional on-premises solution, an off-premises solution or a combination of the two, Honeywell can meet their business needs with operational efficiency and easy integration to its best-in-class Experion SCADA solution. With Experion Elevate, Honeywell is uniquely positioned to provide any combination of SCADA solutions, offering end users more options than when choosing a service-only vendor. This approach brings business agility and increased efficiency from implementation through ongoing lifecycle operations.
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Experion Elevate allows for predictable costs, easy upgrades, and continual support. Small- to mid-sized companies may have limited capital, but want long-term use of the SCADA solution as well as flexibility in deployment, service and support and upgrades they may not otherwise pay for.
Whether the customer chooses a traditional on-premises solution, an off-premises solution or a combination of the two, Honeywell can meet their business needs with operational efficiency and easy integration to its best-in-class Experion SCADA solution. With Experion Elevate, Honeywell is uniquely positioned to provide any combination of SCADA solutions, offering end users more options than when choosing a service-only vendor.
This approach brings business agility and increased efficiency from implementation through ongoing lifecycle operations. Customers can take advantage of the latest software with less on-site support and maintenance skills required. They also benefit from a lower cost of entry with the potential for reduced CAPEX, rapid project deployment, and lower lifecycle costs.
Partnering with Honeywell enables industrial organizations to choose from an entire suite of solutions ranging from robust data monitoring, storage and analysis to integrated safety and security for data and client access; and integrated field instrumentation, skids and terminals. Furthermore, Honeywell elevates business performance with technology that provides the right information at the right time, enhances enterprise collaboration, ensures cyber-secure access to data from anywhere, and improves regulatory compliance.
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Honeywell Experion Distributed Control and SCADA Solutions
It is complemented by the Honeywell RTU, a modular and scalable controller. Together with Experion SCADA, the controller provides an integrated solution to solve complex remote automation requirements, especially those found in the oil and gas industry. Interested in Honeywell Automation College Training? Find offerings by location, language, or program. Honeywell's Automation College facilities provides classes that pertain to how you will use that product in your job. Honeywell offers training programs that include best practices to implement, maintain, and optimize your systems.
HONEYWELL INTRODUCES REAL-TIME SCADA AS A SECURE AND SCALABLE SERVICE
Experion offers manufacturing sites a robust HMI Human Machine Interface for supervisory control and data acquisition. Experion uses real-time data acquisition along with detailed historical information on trends to keep your engineers fully aware of plant performance. Experion LX is a fully scalable SCADA solution designed for growing manufacturing operations, specifically batch and sequence-oriented manufacturing, in need of a reliable distributed control system. Due to its customized design, Experion LX installations have lower power consumption and maintenance costs than most other competitive PLC-based systems. Experion LX gives your staff the knowledge they require to make smart, informed decisions when it comes to efficient automation.
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