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Proof testing of safety instrumented systems is not only required by safety standards such as IEC 61511, it also helps prevent unplanned plant downtime. The principle is comparable to checking the roadworthiness of a car. The tests take place at intervals that depend on the...
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Turbomachinery plays a vital role in LNG production. However, concerns remain about the safety of such machinery. Uwe Bruckhoff, TMC application manager at HIMA, looks at how to prevent potential hazards – and explores the opportunities of improved turbomachinery safety.
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It was the first event of its kind: At the HIMA Smart Rail Summit 2018, system integrators and OEMs discussed the challenges for the global rail industry. The bottom line? A smart partnership will determine the business success of tomorrow.
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From April 11-12, 2018, HIMA has hosted for the first time a conference for users in the global railway industry – the Smart Rail Summit. During the invitation-only event, about 100 participants from more than 20 countries discussed the current and future challenges of rail...
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At this year's ACHEMA trade fair in Frankfurt (Germany), HIMA is exhibiting their Smart Safety Platform under the motto “Discover Safecurity”. This is the world's first integrated solution that combines safety and security by uniformly tailoring hardware and software to each...
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The future of the process industry is digital, and this trend is being driven worldwide under the banners of Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things (IoT). Digitization creates many opportunities for plant operators to enhance efficiency, increase flexibility and make their...
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At the ARC Industry Forum which was held in Orlando, Florida, from February 12 – 15, HIMA presented its comprehensive functional safety concept which offers maximum security by expanding the scope from the safety instrumented sycstem to its security-relevant environment.
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At the end of 2017, the world's first successful hacker attack on a safety instrumented system (SIS) was discovered. Malware in a programming station (PC) modified older Triconex safety instrumented systems manufactured by Schneider Electric during ongoing operation. To do this,...
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In the rail industry, processes and components are becoming increasingly digital. Therefore, safety controllers are designed with a focus on critical applications, such as railroad crossings, signal boxes, and rail carriages. Sedat Sezgün, group vice president for the rail...
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When organizations plan a turnaround for the maintenance of their plant, safety engineers also have to get involved with the work. They ensure that safety systems reliably provide functional safety after the turnaround is completed.
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In late 2017 the ICS cybersecurity specialist Dragos announced that a safety controller (SIS) of a HIMA competitor in a process facility in the Middle East had been targeted by a new malware attack and successfully hacked. The SIS was compromised, leading to a shutdown of the...
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