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Emerson inaugurates $21M facilities in Singapore

Posted: 18 Nov 2014 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Pervasive Sensing Centre of Excellence? manufacturing and integration centre?

Emerson, a manufacturing and technology company, recently opened two facilities in Singapore: its manufacturing and integration centre and the Pervasive Sensing Centre of Excellence. Both investments are worth $21 million, Channel News Asia reported.

With support from the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), Emerson's Process Management unit launched the manufacturing and integration centre for its Rosemount Analytical technologies. According to the press release, the new facility costs more than $11 million.

By end of 2015, around 65 people will work in the centre, which will produce and distribute analytical and combustion sensors, engineer and design complete analysis-based solutions, and develop customer-specific systems and products.

Meanwhile, the $10 million Pervasive Sensing Centre of Excellence is Emerson's first facility in the world, according to the press release. It will employ 50 people, who will be responsible for tasks that include remote data collection, analysis and consulting services for the company's customers in the Southeast Asian region.

Emerson and EDB are collaborating to deliver pervasive sensing pilot projects, training and testing capabilities for college students. This is aimed at helping industrial companies become more energy efficient.

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