Honeywell, a process automation solutions provider, unveiled its latest cloud-based connected technology offerings in the Philippines designed to address challenges that affect industrial operations, and allowing industries to introduce innovative services such as those enabled by advanced Data Analytics and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
These challenges are now being tackled in the Philippines with improved processes and technologies and workforce development, increasing the readiness level and accelerating transformation.
“Our cutting-edge technologies and solutions are helping the Philippines progress on their journey toward digital transformation,” said Jeffrey Estrella, Honeywell president for the Philippines. “With our Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) offerings, we support future growth through technological advances for a wide variety of industries, improving industrial operations and developing a new generation of skilled workers.”
At the event, Honeywell demonstrated how its technologies leverage the connectivity of IIoT to gather and analyze data in monitoring, and improving plant performance thereby enhancing the productivity, efficiency and safety of industries.
The event also showcased the latest Honeywell automation products, including Honeywell Trace, Industrial Cybersecurity solutions, Honeywell’s Terminal Manager, ControlEdge PLC, Experion Orion Console, Immersive Competency, and Intelligent Wearables.
According to Ow Wah Heng, regional business leader of Honeywell Connected Enterprise, Industrial Solutions in Southeast Asia, Honeywell connected offerings transform people, process and enterprise data into actionable insight through the use of industrial applications that enable every day to be your best day of production, everyone in your organization to be leading experts; and industry best performance.
Regarding the company’s participation in the Build, Build, Build initiative of the government, Estrella said they are in a discussion in terms of rails and airport solutions to this project. “The current push or drive of our government on transport has Honeywell solutions particularly on rails and airports. We would want these solutions available as an option when these projects actually start constructing,” said Estrella.
When asked about its participation in the cybersecurity program in the Philippines, Estrella said there’s some clear path as far as cybersecurity in the Philippines is concerned. “We are very much open to lend our expertise to any topic that is related to cybersecurity, particularly our strength in our cybersecurity facility.