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Pulp Paper & Logistics


Automation management is no longer tied to the control room


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almet has introduced a web-based user interface for its DNA automation


system that extends the use of automation beyond the traditional control room. Leveraging modern web technologies, the innovative DNA User Interface (DNA UI) is a part of the continuous renewal of the DNA automation system, which is used in pulp, paper, energy and other process industries. The system adapts information based on the needs of various users and user groups. Relevant information is said to be delivered in visual, well-structured, easy- to-understand dashboards, process and sub-process views, which enable the users of the automation system to better control the process. Jukka Ylijoki, vice president


of R&D at Valmet’s automation business line, commented: “It is essential for us to understand how our customers consume information, so we can help different user groups to process information faster. In DNA UI, we have structured and visualised data in new ways to make the


workflow more intuitive – which in turn helps to make faster conclusions based on the data.” Rather than tying operators to


the control room, DNA UI comes with a secure web-based portal that enables the plant teams to access relevant information whenever they need it, regardless


of their location. “From logistics and laboratory


to the boardroom, the entire site community needs specific information about the process. With Valmet DNA User Interface, users no longer need to stay in the control room to be on top of the situation,” Ylijoki concludes.


November/December 2019


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