Transform Safety into Value with Safety Data Intelligence

What do you consider to be the key function of your field devices? Many operators see them as the eyes and ears of their plant – which is a good start. However, with the right safety solution in place, they can be so much more than this. Using the HART communication module, you can extend your SIL 3 safety and security measures right down to your field devices. That’s the foundation for safety data intelligence: Turning field device data into real-time diagnostic information – to simplify compliance, identify vulnerabilities, and even improve product quality. Find out more in our white paper.

Smart Safety Insights: HART in Action

Want to find out how safety data intelligence with HART works in practice? Read our in-depth article that focuses on three use cases. You will find out how you can automatically filter warnings to free up internal resources, protect your devices against unauthorized changes to defined parameters, and extend service intervals by optimizing proof tests. Learn how HART can help you turn safety into value in your business.

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The Safety Lifecycle – Covered from Start to Finish

Managing safety at your plant can account for a lot of your resources and distract you from your core business. What if you could outsource this to experienced safety experts? With HIMA Safety Lifecycle Services, you can. HIMA safety experts offer support throughout every phase of the safety lifecycle. Service agreements can be tailored to your needs as well as training.

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How HART Supports Predictive Maintenance

Predictive maintenance helps you spot errors before they happen, so you can increase uptime and plan maintenance more effectively. But to implement this approach, you need to leverage diagnostic data from field devices. The HART protocol enables continuous device monitoring and diagnosis, paving the way to predictive maintenance. Download our free technical article to discover the potential.

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