Path to the Lowest Total Cost of Ownership with Industrial Automation Operational Systems

Path to Lowest TCO Industrial Automation Operational Systems

What you don’t know about your availability risk may kill the efficiencies in your operations

Traditional systems are no longer sufficient for handling SCADA downtime. Modern technology – virtualization coupled with fault tolerance, mitigates unplanned downtime to allow plants to operate smarter, faster and safer.

By 2020, Stratus estimates three-quarters of companies in the space will have adopted virtual server platforms for running SCADA, HMI, Historian and manufacturing execution systems (MES).

Discover how much unplanned downtime costs the average manufacturer in labor, safety, clean-up, production-line restoration, delayed delivery, unfilled orders, disposal, and other direct costs.

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Learn how you can virtualize your plant applications and MES through Stratus’ new best practices series:

  • Improve performance with modernized Operational Technology
  • See how your peers achieve SCADA availability
  • Get the latest on how virtualization can increase efficiencies and drive plant innovation
  • Understand what drives unplanned plant downtime and how to avoid it
Components of Lowest TCO Industrial Automation Operational Systems
Cross Sector Success Guide for SCADA
Total Cost of Downtime Industrial Automation

 

Path to Lowest TCO Industrial Automation Operational Systems Infographic

Path to Lowest TCO Industrial Automation Operational Systems Infographic

 

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