The legacy model of automation project execution is linear and rigid, defined by milestones that depend on the completion of previous phases. Little parallel work is typically possible, and late changes in data or re-work cannot be easily accommodated.
The Agile Project Execution model allows field signals to be configured by software at any phase of the project. These universal IO channels can even be software-configured as soon as they are wired without requiring a completed system, adding significant flexibility to the project schedule and, most importantly, reducing the risk in your plan and investment.
This webinar will explain how you can take advantage of Agile Project Execution through Yokogawa's Network IO technology and FieldMate Validator.
Agile Project Execution provides new engineering possibilities and changes the way projects can be planned and executed, reducing risk and adding flexibility to the schedule.
Yokogawa Distributed Control Systems (DCS) deliver the industry's highest proven availability, maximizing performance and profitability.