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New Release of PAS Integrity Software Improves Cybersecurity and Change Control

Live Data enables real time update for Honeywell TPS documentation; other automation systems to follow soon

July 03, 2013

Houston, Texas, USA — July 3, 2013 — PAS, a human reliability software solutions provider to the power and process industries worldwide, announced the release of the latest Integrity product release that enhanced overall improved data importing performance.
“The new release of Integrity software provides on-demand, real-time update for documentation of critical automation infrastructure configuration,” said Dennis Ahrens, Chief Software Architect. “These changes significantly improve automatic data aggregation and update performance.”
Other significant updates in the Integrity 4.3 product release include support for Windows 2012 server, substantial reduction in update times of control system configuration data, ability to import control system configuration parameters near real-time through OPC-DA, and support for automatic database replication across firewalls.
Integrity 4.3 release notes and the software download are available on the customer portal at or from the PAS  Customer Care Team at (281) 286-6565 extension 2.

About PAS
PAS specializes in human reliability software solutions for the power and process plants worldwide to enhance plant safety, compliance and profitability by providing essential information within context to allow the plant operator maximum situation awareness and reduce plant vulnerabilities. PAS’ comprehensive portfolio solutions include alarm management, automation configuration management, control loop performance optimization, and high-performance human machine interfaces. PAS solutions are installed in over 1000 industrial plants worldwide. For more information, visit

About Human Reliability
Human Reliability is the practice of optimizing human performance in complex systems and situations. Human Reliability develops practices and procedures to minimize error and maximize the resilience of systems through the use of user centered and error tolerant design and procedures.