|Considerations for Managing Global Recipe Development|
|Presented at the WBF North American Conference, May 15–18, 2005, by|
|Tom FarenholtzPrincipal Consultanttom.firstname.lastname@example.orgHoneywell International, 13655 DullesTechnology Drive, Leesburg, VA 20171 USA|
Batch control systems have grown from single proprietary systems to multiple open systems that can be networked within the plant and also expanded with links throughout the enterprise. As more vendors adopt Batch Markup Language (BatchML) as an Extensible Markup Language (XML) format for publishing recipes and ISA-95 standards for organizing recipe content, the ability to build recipes that can be managed globally and then distributed to local batch execution ...