Emerson is launching DeltaV Mobile, a new platform that leverages Industrial Internet-of-Things (IoT) technologies to empower the manufacturing engineer of the future with the most complete access to real-time data, trends, and insight to make better-informed, critical operations decisions – securely from anywhere in the world.

Part of Emerson's Plantweb digital ecosystem, DeltaV Mobile fuses smartphone technology with process control data to make operational intelligence available 24/7 for its customers – which include oil and gas operations, refineries, chemical plants, and life sciences facilities– for improved safety, reliability, and operational performance.

The digital plant of the future uses DeltaV Mobile to move beyond the confines of the control room and enable the digital worker to monitor operations and see critical operational data when, how, and where they want, without waiting for regular business hours, manual reports, or being tied to a computer.

By integrating seamlessly and securely with the DeltaV distributed control system, DeltaV Mobile delivers critical contextual data that is often left behind by other solutions. With added context, DeltaV Mobile users can make better decisions around operational events that could affect bottom-line business results. Incorporating Emerson's Plantweb Secure First Mile technology, DeltaV Mobile provides safe, remote access to important plant data without impacting critical production systems.

An Industrial IoT-ready infrastructure, DeltaV Mobile enables on-site teams to quickly and securely connect with off-site experts, extending organization-wide expertise and collaboration beyond the plant. Intuitive mobile views and customizable filtering ensure that users see clear and relevant data and alerts about the safety and performance of facilities. It easily provides alarms, trends, and data available on DeltaV operator workstations to iOS and Android mobile devices, as well as alarm alerts via push, SMS, or email notification.


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