Month: July 2021

The First Open Industrial Control System Rolls Out

by Stephanie Neil, Automation.com The Coalition of Open Process Automation unveils COPA QuickStart for open process automation. Since about 2015, when Don Bartusiak, the then chief engineer at ExxonMobil Research & Engineering, publicly advocated for the development of a new, standards-based, open—yet secure—process control architecture, the industry has been working to solve the problem of …

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Coalition for open process automation launches COPA Quickstart

COALITION FOR OPEN PROCESS AUTOMATION LAUNCHES COPA QUICKSTART COPA QuickStart is the first commercially available open industrial control system that provides a foundation for Industry 4.0 and advanced cybersecurity through the use of open-standards, interoperability, modern IT technologies, and ease of use. SAN MATEO, CA.  June 30, 2021: Today, the Coalition for Open Process Automation (COPA) …

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COPA Accelerates Process Manufacturing Competitiveness

by Bill Lydon, Automationworld.com The Coalition for Open Process Automation (COPA) launched the COPA QuickStart for companies to leverage the Open Process Automation System (O-PAS) standard to be more competitive and profitable. The move to open industrial and process automation systems is analogous to the shifts that occurred when PC technology displaced minicomputer and mainframes. Read …

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