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HONEYWELL PRESENTS TECHNOLOGY ENABLING DIGITAL INFORMATION IN THE PHILIPPINES

Honeywell executives shared during a round table discussion at Grand Hyatt Manila the company’s growing business in the Philippines and process solutions as the country moves toward the Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0. Above photo shows (L-R) Regional Business Leader of Honeywell Connected Enterprise Ow Wah Heng and President of Honeywell Philippines Jefferey Estrella during the event.

Above photo shows (L-R) Regional Business Leader of Honeywell Connected Enterprise Ow Wah Heng and President of Honeywell Philippines Jefferey Estrella during the event.

Summit highlights the impact of connected technologies on productivity and efficiency

Automation professionals from the process industries in the Phil-ippines gathered at Honeywell’s Philippines Technology Summit 2019 to learn about how connected technologies such as advanced data analytics can drive the country’s Industry 4.0 transformation. The day-long event focused on solutions to key industry challenges such as unplanned downtime and the skills gap.

The summit also addressed how Honeywell’s industrial cybersecu-rity solutions are an essential component of a robust Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) ecosystem. As the Philippines move toward Industry 4.0, protecting people, infrastructure and assets must be the priority. Weak institutional framework, human capital, and technology have kept the country’s production readiness in relation to the Fourth Industrial Revolution low, according to the ’Readiness for the Future of Production’ report by the World Economic Forum.

The Philippines are now addressing these challenges with improved processes and technologies and workforce development, increasing the readiness level and accelerating transformation.

“Our cutting-edge technologies and solutions are helping the Phil-ippines progress on their journey toward digital transformation,” said Honeywell president for the Philippines, Jeffrey Estrella. “With our IIoT offerings, we support future growth through technological advances for a wide variety of industries, improving industrial operations and developing a new generation of skilled workers.”

The Philippines Technology Summit allowed attendees to view and experience the newest automation products, including:
• Honeywell Trace™ – The powerful documentation and change management software captures and records data up to 300 times more frequently than other solutions, provides extensive search and analysis functions, reducing costs, increasing reliability and boosting performance.
• Industrial Cybersecurity Solutions – Help plants and critical infrastructure sectors defend the availability, reliability and safety of their industrial control systems and plant operations. From assessments and audits to response and recovery, the portfolio of end-to-end solutions leverages Honeywell’s industry-leading expertise and experience in pro-cess control and cybersecurity.
• Honeywell’s Terminal Manag-er – This software integrates with the Experion® Process Knowledge System (PKS) platform providing a complete terminal automation solution. The software manages critical issues facing bulk liquid terminals such as complexity in handling multiple products and regulatory requirements, while improving safety and productivity.
• ControlEdge™ PLC – The PLC provides unprecedented connectivity through all levels of pro-cess and business operations. ControlEdge PLC users benefit from an easier configuration, efficient operations, and reduced maintenance as the PLC helps liberate plant personnel from manual processes.
• Experion® Orion Console – Part of Honeywell’s initiative to shape the control room of the future, the console increases operator effectiveness over a greater scope of responsibility by providing fast-er response, reducing fatigue and increasing situational awareness.
• Immersive Competency – This cloud-based simulation offering uses a combination of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) to train plant personnel on critical industrial work activities, empowering them to direct-ly improve plant performance, uptime, reliability and safety.
• Intelligent Wearables – This hands-free, wearable technology allows industrial workers to more safely, reliably and efficiently accomplish their tasks in the plant or in the field. It uses a head-mounted visual display that responds to voice and brings live data, documents, work procedures as well as health and safety information into view and can connect field workers with remote experts in real time.