Year: 2021

Renewable Natural Gas Statement of Qualifications

Over Revere’s 40+ year history the company has served two primary industry segments. These segments are Water and Wastewater and Midstream oil and gas. Revere has successfully executed hundreds of projects in these two segments ranging in size and scope from a few thousand dollars to over $10,000,000. The emerging RNG markets allow Revere to…
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Revere Control Systems Acquires Curry Controls to Enhance Turnkey Services in Southeast

Revere Control Systems, Inc, (“Revere”) an engineering, system integration, and construction services firm that focuses on plant modernization projects and services, announced that it has acquired Curry Controls Company (“Curry”) of Lakeland, Florida. Revere and Curry each have a rich history of serving customers in Florida, and this acquisition will strengthen Revere’s presence and customer…
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Preparing Control Systems to Weather Disruption

The major mid-February winter storm that hit Texas left more than 4.5 million people without power for days on end. Nearly every county in Texas was covered up in ice and snow, and at least 57 people tragically lost their lives as a result of the storm’s devastating effects. An unwinterized power grid worsened an…
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How Mobile Automation Technology Helps Minimize Disaster Risks

While now on the backend of the COVID-19 pandemic, industries have had to change how they do things because of it. A main change is adopting mobile automation technology into everyday practice. But this trend shows no signs of stopping. In fact, there’s a high likelihood that these types of technologies will be around well…
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How to Meet Shortages in IIoT Skill Sets

Complete operation efficiency can be one of the most challenging goals for any manager to accomplish, especially in today’s world. Meeting new technological challenges, optimizing systems, and addressing outdated technologies as you defend against cyber attacks is no small task.  IIoT technologies are becoming increasingly demanding, and it can be hard for companies to fill…
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Design, Engineer, Build: Choosing the Right Control Systems Partner

In the market for control panels but not sure where to start? You’re definitely not alone. Many know they need control panels to stay competitive—but that’s the extent of their knowledge on the subject. We’ve talked about how important the right automation partner is before. We’re bringing it back up for your benefit. It’s imperative…
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How Automation Solves the Talent Gap Problem

In business, planning for what comes next is essential—but it’s definitely one of those things more easily said than done. There’s a trio of aspects necessary for planning to happen: vision, experience, and expert input, whether in-house or outsourced. Plenty of companies have vision—and many among that number have experience, at least when it comes…
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Moving Toward Smart Manufacturing? Get the Right Partners

The growth of digital transformation—the movement of systems to interconnection with IIoT technologies—can be felt along almost every touch point in the production life cycle. For producers, this shift is only going to continue, with a “full steam ahead” move toward smart manufacturing. The right partners make all the difference in ensuring the switch is…
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Safety Stock Calculation and Reducing Supply Chain Risk

The shockwaves felt from the COVID-19 pandemic have left uncertainty in the air—and shelves bare. While it’s an extreme case, panic buying left its imprint on the supply chain, leaving those behind the scenes scrambling to satisfy demand.  The period of panic consumerism born from COVID-19 helped underscore the need for a supply chain safety…
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SCADA Is Changing—Here’s How

When talking about technology, fast-paced change is the name of the game. SCADA is no different. For decades, SCADA has been a critical piece of many automation systems, with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) only increasing SCADA’s potential value and impact in the automation field. But the increased inclusion of IIoT gives both returns…
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The Difference Between Microcontrollers and PLCs

Look in almost any automated factory today and you’re bound to see machinery running on PLCs (programmable logic controllers). Their rugged durability has made them prime assets on production floors. Another contender, microcontrollers, carry very similar functionality to PLCs—and also have their uses.  But while this small, single-chip computing device has an edge on PLCs…
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