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The High Performance HMI Handbook focuses on the best-practice principles for assessing, designing, and implementing proper process control human-machine interfaces (HMIs). Poorly designed and poorly performing HMIs can degrade safety, production, quality, and profitability. They often are cited as contributing factors to major industrial accidents.
Jointly authored by two companies, PAS and User Centered Design Services (UCDS), the book reveals many poor yet common HMI practices, provides the justification for change, and shows in detail the best way to design and implement a truly high-performance HMI. It contains over 90 color illustrations, plus many relevant real-world examples, anecdotes, and surprises.
The HMI principles covered in this book apply to petrochemical, refining, power generation, pharmaceutical, and other industries where operators use modern control systems with computer-based control displays. This book is ideal for a project engineer designing or improving a control system or a manager looking to improve process safety, productivity, and profitability.
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