It’s time to consider how your organization will address the obsolescence risk. If you’re using the terms “upgrade” and “modernize” interchangeably, we should talk about the differences. Knowing what you need and when you need will help you meet your goals. Let’s look at the difference.
This post will shed some light on how to go about picking out a graphical OIT. Choosing the right OIT isn’t often easy. Whether you are replacing an obsolete terminal or are looking at a new application, there are several considerations when sifting through your choices.
Many companies I talk to have equipment that is older than their adult children, and they have no idea how to deal with it. This post is all about strategies and steps to help you upgrade your automated equipment. Ongoing plant improvements are critical to the success of any manufacturer.
Legacy systems operate in isolation and outdated equipment is costly to run. This blog post will discuss what a legacy drive is and how you can look ahead with regard to your own drives and other automation control systems. The purpose of this post is to help you and your team better prepare.