HIMA. Safety. Nonstop.
To many companies around the world, HIMA is the first port of call for safety-related automation solutions. The secret of our success is our uncompromising focus on safety. What makes HIMA solutions unique is the combination of maximum safety and maximum availability - or, as we call it, “Safety. Nonstop.” That’s because only with safe, uninterrupted operation, our customers can achieve their business aims.
HIMA develops solutions for almost every safety-critical application: in process automation, for the rail sector and for logistics and machine safety. Our solutions are based on the ability to integrate safety solutions into almost any automation environment.
With the HIMA SAFETY LIFECYCLE concept HIMA customers get an overview of all functional safety requirements and always make the right decision at the right time.
That is how we help our worldwide customers to fulfil their legal, financial and moral responsibilities.
Management Interview: Moving to the Next Level
14 April 2015 | HIMA
Fail-safe controller for the railway level crossing system
HIMatrix safety systems represent a heart of the ELC - “Electronic Level Crossing” - Universal controller for a worldwide use, which provides traffic security on the railway level crossings.
13 April 2015 | HIMA
SIS Market Expected To Grow At a 11% CAGR To 2020
According to a new market research by MarketsandMarkets the total Safety Instrumented Systems Market was valued at $2.03 Billion in 2014 and is expected to reach $3.76 Billion by 2020, at an estimated CAGR of 11.06% between 2015 and 2020. HIMA continues to develop new solutions for all of these safety-critical applications and is therefore mentioned in the report as one of the most influential companies on the field of safety-related automation solutions.
08 April 2015 | HIMA
Build your safety competence step by step
Are the employees and contractors who interact with your safety systems from concept design through to operation and maintenance, qualified and competent to carry out their work?
Lessons from the RMS Titanic: Technology alone cannot ensure safety. Responsibilities for safety cannot be delegated.
14 April 2015 | Sarnia, Canada
ISA Sarnia Section Show
20 April, 2015 | New Delhi, India
Rail India Confex 2015
22.-23. April 2015 | Calgary, Canada
ISA Calgary Show 2015