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Last ¥1,556 JPY
Change Today -58.00 / -3.59%
Volume 1.4M
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yokogawa electric corp (6841) Snapshot

Open
¥1,552
Previous Close
¥1,614
Day High
¥1,570
Day Low
¥1,546
52 Week High
06/24/15 - ¥1,650
52 Week Low
08/11/14 - ¥1,150
Market Cap
418.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
1.5M
EPS TTM
¥66.89
Shares Outstanding
268.6M
EX-Date
09/28/15
P/E TM
23.3x
Dividend
¥15.00
Dividend Yield
0.77%
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yokogawa electric corp (6841) Details

Yokogawa Electric Corporation provides various products based on its measurement, control, and information technologies in Japan, Asia, Europe, North America, the Middle East, and internationally. It operates in three segments: Industrial Automation and Control Business, Test and Measurement Business, and Other Businesses. The Industrial Automation and Control Business segment develops distributed control systems for monitoring and controlling processes in various production facilities. Its products include production control and management, safety instrumented, quality, asset, and energy management systems; differential pressure/pressure transmitters, flow meters, analyzers, recorders, and programmable controllers; and energy saving, alternate energy, security, and IT solutions. This segment offers its products to oil, chemical, natural gas, electric power, iron and steel, pulp and paper, pharmaceutical, food, and other industries. The Test and Measurement Business segment offers various measuring instruments for the development and production of electrical equipment, electronics, automobiles, and other products. Its products comprise waveform and optical communication measuring instruments; signal generators; LCD drivers; cytological discovery systems; and confocal scanner for observation of live cells, as well as measuring instruments for electric power, temperature, and pressure. The Other Businesses segment provides aviation, marine, and hydrological and meteorological equipment, as well as flat-panel displays, engine meters, and other instruments for aviation use; and marine navigation equipment, such as gyrocompasses and autopilot systems. The company was formerly known as Yokogawa Electric Works Ltd. and changed its name to Yokogawa Electric Corporation in 1986. Yokogawa Electric Corporation was founded in 1915 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

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Yokogawa Electric Corporation and Shell Develop Next-Generation Platform for Advanced Control and Estimation

Yokogawa Electric Corporation announced that Yokogawa and Shell have jointly developed Platform for Advanced Control and Estimation, a software suite that speeds up and simplifies the process of designing, deploying, and maintaining advanced process control applications. This software suite brings together the advanced process control technology that Shell has acquired by operating its plants and the real-time control technology that Yokogawa has developed as a control system supplier. This product will help companies to improve their productivity. Yokogawa will launch sales of this software suite on June 5, 2015. Features of this software suite: Advanced process control systems improve product yield and reduce energy consumption by not only maintaining process values such as temperature, flow rate, and pressure within a set range but also keeping them as close as possible to their optimal set points. Thus, such systems are increasingly being used in facilities such as refineries, petrochemical plants, chemical plants, and natural gas liquefaction trains. This new software solution simplifies engineering and improves both operability and maintainability. This software suite brings the following functionality available within the same platform: multivariable model predictive control (a function for modeling the dynamic characteristics of plant responses and controlling multiple variables based on model predictions); soft sensing (a function for estimating quality in real time based on temperature, flow rate, pressure, and other process values); the ability to perform various types of calculations and customise settings. The major features of this software suite are as follows: Development of rapidly deployable applications: With the identification of dynamic characteristic response models, plant step response tests are typically executed over long periods of time to determine how the manipulation of devices impacts process values. This software suite carries out this work automatically and displays the results as a model robustness rating. Users can then easily choose the optimum model, greatly reducing the amount of time required for engineering. Models can be recreated easily at any time, which helps maintain advanced control applications in their best state and thus minimizes maintenance work. Excellent operability and maintainability: While the monitoring and operation screens for conventional advanced control applications must be created from scratch for a production control system, a hierarchical set of screens are provided as a standard feature with this software suite, simplifying engineering and dramatically improving operability. These include screens for overseeing the entire system, monitoring target process units, and checking controlled variables and KPIs. In its displays, this software suite has status marks that indicate whether a process is in a healthy or unhealthy state, so operators can know its status at a glance. These marks indicate the result of changes in operating conditions or changes caused by the deterioration of aging facilities. When such changes occur, the models can be recreated to restore productivity; Integrated platform for improved engineering efficiency: When developing an advanced control application, it is necessary to build modules for multivariable model predictive control, soft sensing, the interface with the production control system, calculation, and other functions, and then combine them. With this software suite, these modules can be built and operated from the same platform, improving engineering efficiency.

Yokogawa Electric Corp. Releases Enhanced Version of STARDOM Network-based Control System

Yokogawa Electric Corporation announced that it will release an enhanced version of the STARDOM(TM) network-based control system on June 3. The new STARDOM version features enhancements that reduce communication costs and ensure highly reliable monitoring and control. These enhancements meet a variety of needs in upstream oil and gas development and production, which Yokogawa is targeting based on its Transformation 2017 mid-term business plan. STARDOM network-based control systems consist of FCN/FCJ autonomous controllers and either a VDS or FAST/TOOLS SCADA server. FCN/FCJ controllers are ideal for the monitoring of oil and gas field installations, pipelines, and other widely distributed facilities that rely on satellites and other types of communications platforms for the transmission of data. In addition to eliminating communications delays and achieving high quality communications, the companies that operate such facilities are seeking to reduce communications costs by limiting the volume of data that needs to be transmitted. Product Features were: unsolicited response support: Personnel in central monitoring rooms rely on process data to monitor and control production facilities in the field. As all of the process data are sent to the SCADA server at regular intervals, communications costs are high. To address this and other needs, the FCN/FCJ controllers now support the DNP3 unsolicited response function and thus are able to immediately transmit only the most essential data to the SCADA server in the central monitoring room. Without impacting the reliability of monitoring and control, this reduces the amount of data that needs to be transmitted and helps to hold down communication costs. Expanded support of standards for gas well applications. Differential pressure meters are widely used to measure gas flow rates. Depending on the mechanism that is employed to create the pressure difference, a variety of formulas developed by organizations such as the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), American Gas Association (AGA), and the Japanese Industrial Standards Committee (JISC) are used to calculate the gas flow rate. With this new STARDOM version, the FCN/FCJ controllers now support certain gas flow rate calculations based on the globally popular ISO5167 standard. The FCN/FCJ controllers already conform to the standards developed by the American Gas Association (AGA) that have been widely adopted in the Americas. With this added capability, the STARDOM controllers now support a greater variety of gas flow rate control applications. Strengthened security measures. As the use of standard port numbers with a communication protocol leaves SCADA systems more vulnerable to unauthorized access, it is becoming a common security practice to restrict which port numbers can be used. This functional enhancement makes it possible for users to configure their systems in accordance with their security policies. An open communications protocol ideal for use with facilities that are distributed over a wide geographic area. A communication protocol developed by Modicon for use with industrial electronics equipment.

Yokogawa Electric Corp. Reports Non-Consolidated Earnings Results for the Full Year Ended March 31, 2015; Proposes Amendment of the Articles of Incorporation

Yokogawa Electric Corp. reported non-consolidated earnings results for the full year ended March 31, 2015. For the year, net sales were JPY 101,986 million, non-operating income was JPY 23,438 million, ordinary income was JPY 11,535 million, and income before income taxes was JPY 4,785 million. Net income was JPY 5,168 million. The company proposed amendment of the Articles of Incorporation at its AGM to be held on June 24, 2015.

 

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