Seeq Announces Seeq R12

SEATTLE, WA – Seeq Corporation announces the release of Seeq R12, an application empowering engineers and operations analysts in the process industries to rapidly achieve insights into asset and operations data. First released at the Emerson Exchange user conference in October, 2015, Seeq introduces a new generation of advanced trending functionality with innovative search, data visualization, collaboration, and knowledge capture features. For engineers investigating or charged with improving yield, quality, margin and/or safety issues—Seeq provides a breakthrough in productivity, enabling them to do in minutes what used to take days.

Seeq’s intuitive visual interface and tools helps process professionals get the most out of their data without the need for programming by connecting them directly to process information stored in any historian.

The rapid release cycle of Seeq subscription offerings means that new capabilities can be delivered to customers in a matter of weeks instead of years. Some of the new features in Seeq R12 include:
• Composite Search: Combine results from multiple time-series searches to narrow in on a problem. For example: “show me when temperature is greater than 100 degrees F and relative humidity is below 90%”.
• Time Series Interface: Delivers greater precision when working with date ranges and selections via the Range Selector and Timebar, which are intuitive, interactive tools for selecting, visualizing, and manipulating data.
• Capsule Logic: Capsules are data objects representing a time period of interest and related data. With Seeq R12, they may be added or compared to each other. For example: For example, “compare the capsules created to define when asset X was in operating versus recovery states, and sensor A was greater than 100 degrees Celsius”
• OData Support: Fast, simple methods to see your Seeq worksheet data in Tableau, Spotfire, Excel Power Query and any other analytics package that supports OData.

Seeq is being successfully used across many process industries including pharmaceutical, oil & gas, utility, and specialty chemicals. These and other process industry customers have been using Seeq to gain visibility into and improve plant performance.

Seeq is available on a free trial basis at

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