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5 Tips to Help You Properly Scope a Project Using Revere’s FEED+

A well-defined project scope is an absolute necessity for your project’s success—especially for a large project, where the risk of failure is bigger. Defining your project scope starts with adopting a clear vision and an agreement on the outcomes of the project, which will help every milestone stay on track along the way.  Once you…
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3 Ways We Eliminate Distance in Support

One of the things we pride ourselves on is our ability to support our customers quickly and effectively, no matter where they are. Revere works hard to be responsive to your needs to ensure that you know one thing: if you’re a Revere customer, you’re covered. Startups can be anywhere in the world. Downtime is…
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Your Pumping Automation Questions Answered

If it’s pumping automation, then it’s… [vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1683116174399{padding-top: 25px !important;padding-right: 25px !important;padding-bottom: 25px !important;padding-left: 25px !important;background-color: #e0e0e0 !important;}”] Rob Shanks, Director of ReverePAC Since starting ReverePAC, we’ve been asked many of the same questions about Revere Control Systems and ReverePAC. I wanted to answer some of those questions for you today so you’ll better understand…
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Drumroll, Please… ReverePAC!

If it’s Pumping, then it’s… [vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1570735562599{padding-top: 25px !important;padding-right: 25px !important;padding-bottom: 25px !important;padding-left: 25px !important;background-color: #e0e0e0 !important;}”] Rob Shanks, Director of ReverePAC Good afternoon! Revere has created a group that specializes in Pumping Automation Controls: ReverePAC! I wanted to tell you a little bit more about ReverePAC, our mission, and share how we can bring you…
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NPS: Your Feedback Drives Us

“Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.” – Bill Gates At Revere, we’re driven by this kind of thinking. We do great work for our customers, but mistakes occasionally do happen. One of our core values is “Humble” for just this reason. We believe that the quality and service we provide is…
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How Do I Measure Cost Savings?

There’s money to be made in your plant. And it can be had without buying new robots, hiring more production workers, or making the R&D department work overtime. It’s a good bet your equipment and motors can be run more efficiently, producing significant savings in energy expenditures. So how can you tell if there’re savings…
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Are You Flying Blind?

On August 27th, 2019, SpaceX launched its Starhopper rocket prototype 150 meters above the plains of south Texas and then landed it gently on an adjacent landing pad. (You can read more and watch the video here) This was another successful step forward for SpaceX founder Elon Musk’s goal of reaching Mars. However, August 27th…
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Tags, You’re It!

If you’ve spent time around control systems, you’ve undoubtedly heard the phrase “tags” used. After all, tags are an integral part of a control program. And controllers (PLCs, DCS, etc.). And operator interfaces (HMIs). And historians. And a whole host of other pieces of a control system. With all these tags floating around, it can…
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SCADA Basics: Cybersecurity

In December 2016, nearly a fifth of Kiev, Ukraine was thrown into darkness due to a power outage. Power was back in an hour, and disaster was averted. Or so it seemed. Over the next few months, researchers discovered that malware had attacked the system’s SCADA network and overloaded it, shutting the system down. This…
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SCADA Basics: Troubleshooting

If you’ve been following along with your SCADA Basics series, you’ve learned the components of a SCADA system, as well as how to choose your telemetry communication method. We understand, though, that not everyone is looking to get a new system. Many of you already have SCADA systems, and your challenge is keeping them online….
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SCADA Basics: Cellular vs. Radio?

[vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1648565144628{margin-bottom: -130px !important;}”]So, you need a SCADA system. Or perhaps you have an unreliable system that’s in need of an upgrade. Maybe you’re just curious about what’s out there. Whatever brings you to this post, if you’re thinking through a SCADA system, few decisions you make will be more important than the telemetry communication…
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SCADA Basics: What are SCADA and Telemetry?

How do you manage a network of remote substations without letting the cost sink you? This was the question that faced power and natural gas companies in the early 1900s. The eventual solution to this problem created the foundation for automation as we know it: SCADA. SCADA stands for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition. At…
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