When you enter a modern control room in a pulp and paper mill you might get the impression that the process is on auto-pilot with the operators comfortably supervising the process through a myriad of video monitors, maybe tweaking a control loop setting now and then or turning something on or off by remote control.

Paper machine quality systems (QCS) are built to last; they are a long-term value investment, to be sure. But, did the original designers really expect these systems would last for decades? Maybe that's a moot point considering the reality today.

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