Recently, Murphy Oil independently published an article in "Data Science and Digital Engineering for Upstream Oil and Gas". That article, Murphy Oil Maximizes Operations With Canary, details their journey to find an industrial database that would deliver the tools their operations needed to become more efficient.
New with the release of Version 19 is the merger of the Axiom Browser and Axiom Application. Previously, Canary supported two different versions of Axiom, each with their own individual user interface differences. Now, using Electron, Canary is able to offer the same product in either browser or Windows application.
With the release of Version 19 expected within a few days, many have asked about new Axiom features. Axiom, Canary's trending and dashboarding tool, has been one of the most popular products Canary has ever released, and it continues to grow with three new features.
Here was the idea. Let's show how Axiom would perform if we placed 70 individual trends on a single chart. Each trend polls at one second intervals and updates 100% of the time. Then, once we have all 70 trends on a single chart, let's call for 30 days of historical values.
Canary recently hosted it's first Crash Course, a webinar designed to teach you how to functionally use a Canary product in less than 30 minutes.
The eighth edition of a weekly Question and Answer column with Gary Stern, President and Founder of Canary Labs. Have a question you would like me to answer? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The sixth edition of a weekly Question and Answer column with Gary Stern, President and Founder of Canary Labs. Have a question you would like me to answer? Email email@example.com
Your data historian holds more analytical potential today than you may realize. This process knowledge powerhouse can help you transform operations and fundamentally change the way time-series data is interpreted. However, few companies have taken the necessary steps to actualize their data historian’s full potential. Most engineers, supervisors, and operators are either working double-time to meet spikes in demand, or are handling duties outside their typical job description to reduce cost. The bottom line? You are likely too busy elsewhere to spend time mining the knowledge base waiting inside your process historian.
Every OEM wants their equipment to operate to the highest standard, and no one, client included, wants to experience unplanned downtime due to equipment failure. As an OEM, what steps can you take to reduce warranty claims and increase client satisfaction? You might be surprised to learn how you can benefit from "building-in" the ability to remotely capture data from your equipment in the field.