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Around 1.4 million people reside in the Helsinki metropolitan area. On top of that, millions more visit the Finnish capital every year. Its two metro lines are the veins of the city, and commuters and tourists alike rely on them to get from A to B. The number of passengers in...
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Digital transformation is changing industry. HIMA understands this and provides smart safety solutions to protect the process and rail industries from risks.
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Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) controllers are making big waves right across the rail industry. Not only are they keeping integrators safe, they are also giving them independence.
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HIMA, the world's leading independent provider of technologies for safety-critical applications, is now providing direct access to its solutions and services in the UK and Ireland. Prior to this, HIMA supported this region through system integrator Hima-Sella who will continue to...
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At this year's Pipeline Technology Conference in Berlin (May 2 - 4, 2017), HIMA Paul Hildebrandt unveils the world's first SIL 3 capable leak monitoring system.
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Centre of attention at this year’s Railtex (Hall 3, Stand V41) will be HIMA’s Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) HIMax® and HIMatrix® safety controllers.
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HIMA China is proud to announce winning two new projects for Yanchang Group and CNOOC Donying Refinery.
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At SafeRail (April 11-12) in Washington DC, HIMA presents the commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) HIMax and HIMatrix safety Controllers (booth #16).
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At the ARC Industry Forum in Orlando, HIMA introduces smart safety solutions that turn data into information that can be used to reduce downtime, increase security and, potentially, prevent outages.
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HIMA signed the first global framework agreement with Pepperl + Fuchs, one of our most important long-time suppliers.
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At the Centre for Advanced Laser Application (CALA) on the Munich Research Campus of Ludwig Maximillian University (LMU), researchers will develop laser-based technologies to help improve the cure rate of cancer patients. CALA will rely on a central control solution from HIMA.
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