It is a registered trademark of Stanley HealthCare. AeroScout Industrial of Israeli origin, creator of RTLS technology (Real Time Localization Systems) together with Cisco - currently incorporated into the WiFi standard as an open standard - was acquired by Stanley Health Care to be incorporated into its portfolio of solutions for health area. The RTLS solutions for the process industry are managed by Extronics Ltd. materialized in a strategic research and development joint venture. Extronics Ltda was a strategic supplier of AeroScout Industrial since its inception for industrial development and certification, explosive areas, etc.
As the voice of the conformity assessment system and standards of the United States of America. The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) empowers its members and constituents to strengthen the position of the US market in the global economy while helping to ensure the safety and health of consumers and the protection of the environment.
The Institute oversees the creation, promulgation and use of thousands of standards and guidelines that directly affect companies in almost all sectors: from acoustic devices to construction equipment, from dairy and livestock production to energy distribution, and many more. ANSI also actively participates in accreditation, assessing the competence of organizations that determine compliance with standards.
ARPEL is a non-profit association that brings together companies and institutions from the oil, gas and biofuels sector in Latin America and the Caribbean. It was founded in 1965 as a vehicle for cooperation and mutual assistance between companies in the sector, with the main purpose of actively contributing to the integration and competitive growth of the industry and sustainable energy development in the region.
Currently, its partners represent a high percentage of upstream and downstream activities in Latin America and the Caribbean and include national and international operating companies, providers of technology, goods and services for the value chain, and national and international institutions in the sector.
Since 1976 ARPEL has Special Consultative Status before the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC). In 2006, the Association expressed its adherence to the 10 principles of the Global Compact.
Bedrock Automation is an 100% subsidiary owned by MAXIM. MAXIM is a US manufacturer based in San José California, a leader in the design and manufacture of semiconductors for special applications and military-grade technology based on crypto-processors. MAXIM is known worldwide for its vast track record, advanced technological self-sufficiency and non-obsolescence philosophy. It is a manufacturer of control systems for military weapons, such as F-17 fighter jets and many others. MAXIM has also been a strategic supplier, designer and OEM manufacturer of control systems (DCS, PLCs and SIS) for renowned companies in the industrial automation market. He has been responsible for a huge contribution to the automation market.
Investments in capital goods, capital expenditures, CAPEX are capital investments that create benefits. A CAPEX is executed when a business invests in the purchase of a fixed asset or to add value to an existing asset with a useful life that extends beyond the taxable year. CAPEX are used by a company to acquire or improve fixed assets such as equipment, properties or industrial buildings. In accounting, CAPEXs are included in an asset account (capitalization) by increasing the base value of the asset (the cost or value of an asset adjusted for tax reasons).
It is a circuit in which any spark or thermal effect is unable to cause ignition of a mixture of flammable or combustible material in air under established conditions.
CODESYS is a development environment for controller programming in accordance with the international industry standard IEC 61131-3. The term CODESYS is an acronym and means Controller Development System. CODESYS is developed and marketed by the German software company 3S-Smart Software Solutions located in the Bavarian city of Kempten. The First Version (1,0) was created in 1994. CODESYS can be downloaded from the company's website. The six programming languages for applications are defined in the IEC 61131-3 and are available in the CODESYS development environment.
More than 250 device manufacturers from different industrial sectors offer their programmable intelligent automation devices with the CODESYS programming interface. Consequently, thousands of end users worldwide use CODESYS for their daily work in all types of automation tasks. Today, CODESYS is the most widespread development tool based on IEC 61131-3 in Europe.
A worldwide network of CODESYS system partners offers both a wide variety of services for CODESYS users and end-user support, support, consulting, training, application programming or system integration.
The Cyber Security System or Program (CSMS) consists of a set of policies, procedures, rules, etc. designed by an organization to maintain the cybersecurity of the organization specifically for the protection of the confidentiality, integrity and availability of its assets; Either corporate IT systems or industrial OT.
Cyber Security Requirement Specifications (CSRS) consists of a set of Cyber Security specifications to incorporate into the design of new or existing IACS Control Systems.
Cyber-PHA (Cyber Process Hazardous Analysis) is a methodology for developing and conducting cyber risk assessments in industrial systems introduced by the ISA99 Committee in the IEC-62443 series of standards. It is also called Cyber-LOPA or Cyber-HAZOP. These two methodologies differ slightly from each other. This methodology is considered RAGAGEP with best practice for the industry developed by consensus of the world market and includes the valorization of impacts on HS&E (Health, Safety and Environmental).