Seeq Corporation wins Product of the Year Award
Seeq Corporation has announced it has earned the Gold award for Plant Analytics & Design in Plant Engineering magazine’s 2018 Product of the Year program. Plant Engineering’s Product of the Year is the premier award program for new products in manufacturing and non-manufacturing industries. The annual reader-choice award program gives Plant Engineering’s audience the opportunity to select the top new products in their fields. With 88 finalists in 15 categories, the 2018 awards mark 31 years of the Product of the Year program.
Seeq earned a Gold award in the category of Plant Analytics & Design. Seeq is an advanced analytics solution for engineers and scientists in process manufacturing organizations to rapidly wrangle, investigate, and share insights on manufacturing data. Recent releases of Seeq reflect both the growing use of Seeq for publishing analytics-based views to other employees, and the increased complexity of the use cases where engineers use Seeq.
For publishing insights, Seeq has expanded “scorecards,” a feature for the display of calculated tables in Seeq Workbench and Organizer. Scorecards are used for tabulated metrics, measurements, and other summary data, and may be presented in tables with conditional formatting support and user-defined columns—for example, roll-ups by batch or plant.
“We are pleased that Seeq was recognized by Plant Engineering readers,” said Michael Risse, Chief Marketing Officer for Seeq. “We are helping process manufacturers accelerate their digital transformation efforts. It is an honor to join the other vendors of the best products in this space as part of the Product of the Year program.”
Seeq supports all leading data historians, making it the most widely accessible and extensively used advanced analytics solution in process manufacturing companies. Supported historians include the OSIsoft PI System, GE Proficy, AspenTech InfoPlus (IP) 21, Emerson DeltaV Continuous Historian and Ovation DCS Historian, Honeywell Uniformance PHD Historian, Rockwell Automation FactoryTalk Historian, Inductive Automation’s Ignition Historian, DataParc Historian, Aveva’s WonderWare Historian, Citec SCADA, and eDNA Historian, with others in development.