Azbil to Exhibit at Industrial Transformation ASIA-PACIFIC (ITAP)
— Showcasing DX-based Solutions That Contribute “In Series” to a Sustainable Society —
TOKYO, JAPAN -
Media OutReach - 13 October 2022 -Azbil Corporation (Tokyo Stock Exchange Code: 6845) announced that it will return as a physical exhibitor at the fifth edition of Industrial Transformation ASIA-PACIFIC (ITAP) to be held from October 18 to 20. Azbil's exhibition, themed "A Sustainable Future through Digital Technology," will focus on the company's industrial automation and building automation solutions that promote DX and help contribute "in series" to a sustainable society.
ITAP is the Asia-Pacific's counterpart to HANOVER MESSE, the world's leading industrial tradeshow, and is the region's premiere B2B event for promoting Industry 4.0. Because the Asia-Pacific region continues to be a prime hub for Industry 4.0 and digital transformation, the event is designed to aid businesses looking to adopt advanced manufacturing solutions and technology. This year's theme of "Industry 4.0 for Business Sustainability" is intended to help regional businesses start, scale and sustain their adoption of Industry 4.0 processes and solutions.
Azbil considers ITAP as an important exhibition for the purposes of expanding business in Southeast Asia and further increasing recognition in the region. The company will feature its latest products under the following categories.
・Process automation, with examples of smart field devices that contribute to plant safety, stable operation, and improved productivity.
・Factory automation, which features the company's measurement, control, and networking technologies that can improve factory operation through IoT, big data, and other innovations.
・Building automation, with a focus on how Azbil's Digital Twin applications to help realize smart facility management (which is advocated by the Singaporean government), contribute to energy conservation and drive sustainability for businesses.
The company will also give a live presentation on "Chiller Plant Digital Twin: Smart Facility. Energy Optimization" on Day 1 of the event, as detailed in "Event" in the following overview.
・Early Warning System for Time Series Data
Forecasts and visualizes future fluctuations important for safety management
・Control Valve Maintenance Support System
Improves efficiency of control valve maintenance operations with control valve management and online diagnostics
・Remote Seal DP Transmitter Exchangeable Flange Adapter / Multivariable vortex flowmeters (insertion model) / Smart valve positioner
Contributes to reduced plant downtime for emergencies, reduced cost for stock, and reduced space needed for inventory by a wide range of applications
・Network Instrumentation Module Smart Device Gateway* Model NX-SVG
Accelerates device integration into an IoT network
* A communication gateway that allows the interchange of information between various kind of control device without programming, enabling smarter development work.
・Single Loop Controller Model C1M
A controller with a PID control algorithm and shows control status at one glance
・Chiller Plant Digital Twin
Provides users with building AI analytics to simulate their chiller plant operations to achieve optimal results
Chiller Plant Digital Twin: Smart Facility. Energy Optimization
Based on the azbil Group philosophy of "human-centered automation," Azbil is contributing "in series" to the achievement of a sustainable society and continues to build long-term partnerships with customers.
About Azbil Corporation
Azbil Corporation, formerly known as Yamatake Corporation, is a leading company in building and industrial automation, using its measurement and control technologies to provide customers with high value-added solutions to make their operations more efficient and sustainable. Founded in 1906, Azbil serves customers across the globe in a broad range of industries and aims to contribute to people's safety, comfort and fulfilment, and global environmental preservation. At the end of March 2022, Azbil employed over 10,000 people worldwide and generated ¥256 billion in revenue.