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Process capable laser spectrometry – fast, reliable, selective

Process capability – isn’t that something you tend to take for granted in measuring instruments that are used directly in the process? Yes, strictly speaking it is. But what exactly does “strictly speaking” mean in this context? Analytical procedures can

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Henrichs: What it means to be NAMUR sponsor!

Yokogawa think global, in mastering tasks or combining teams. Learn more about the preparations for NAMUR Annual General Meeting. Do you want to know more about Yokogawa? Leave a comment.

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Batch Process, Standardization, Flexibility

Pick the odd one out: Answer: …………………………………………………….. “a person or thing that is different from or kept apart from others that form a group or set” is the definition given by Cambridge dictionary for ‘the odd one out’. I would

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NAMUR workshop: the process capable TDLS

Our expert Werner Worringen explains, the Yokogawa technology meets the process capability requirements here in every respect. TDLS is an established process analytical technology that by broad consensus – including NAMUR – holds significant potential for more new applications Werner

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“Modular automation” – do we really need it?

Computers moved in In the late eighties and early nineties, computer technology gradually gained a foothold in offices and living rooms on a large scale with the advent of the 286 generation of PCs. That happened mainly because the technology

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Are you aware of the security status of your plants? You will be with us!

Peter Exo, Head of Service in Germany, shows how Yokogawas service solutions can improve the security status of your worldwide plant network and make it more transparent – even with third-party process control systems. Leave a comment or discuss with

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Lost in information – the way out of the information chaos

I never go anywhere without my smartphone. My name is Cathrin and I’m 29 years old. I work in the Business Development department and I do everything – and I mean everything – with my smartphone. My smartphone is my

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