Traditionally, physical safety in a plant was ensured manually, with redundancy systems in place in case of a fault. However, as technology has advanced, and entire systems have become electronic and software-based, safety and security now have to also be delivered digitally.
Here, Nick Boughton, sales manager at Boulting Technology, discusses why it is important for utility providers to protect themselves from cyberattacks.
the Combine and Conquer report by Accenture found that combining technologies such as AR/VR, big data and machine learning can save large businesses an average of £60,000 per employee.
Robin has a clear understanding of the company’s capabilities and market sectors, and will lead a growing team to further develop Boulting Technology.
Boulting Technology has successfully been appointed to Anglian Water’s AMP6 energy efficiency and optimisation framework.
Data is revolutionising the way manufacturers operate and plant maintenance is the latest process to undergo this evolution.
Robin Whitehead, strategic projects director at Boulting Technology, explains the top considerations to ensure cybersecurity when retrofitting a system.
Boulting Technology is speaking and exhibiting at the Pump Centre Conference and Exhibition on May 3, 2018, held at the International Centre, Telford.
The alliance will enable Boulting to provide UK clients across manufacturing, process and other industries with a full suite of end-to-end digitalisation services.
Anglian Water’s search for a solution to improve efficiency on one of its largest Raw Water Pumping Stations at Empingham is now over! The solution has now been found, and it has been proven.