“Today’s controls users need experiences that are seamless, context-driven, regional, community-based and, most of all, connected,” concluded Anger. “The consolidated GE controls architecture and use of open system standards will provide all of these benefits in one place so customers can integrate, operate, maintain and manage their operations with world-class automation solutions that leverage great domain expertise and provide accelerated value.”

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