Do you need to control your process with high reliability and accuracy?
Do you need to implement PID, fuzzy or neural network control algorithms?
Do you need to ensure the safe execution of shutdown procedures in the absence of monitoring personnel?
Do you need a SCADA application that mimics your process for diagnostic purposes and permits intuitive navigation of your plant?
to select a Process Control & Industrial Automation specialist that has pioneered adaptive automation principles, earned advanced industry certifications, offers geographic proximity, guarantees technical breadth and depth, and invests in client empowerment to minimize your risk and vendor dependence.
Process Control & Industrial Automation is absolutely essential in process and discrete manufacturing facilities from oil & gas to chemicals and from nuclear power to robotics.
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Advanced Process Control & Industrial Automation systems are used extensively to consistently measure, archive, and control process performance characteristics. Discrete and/or continuous processes that need to operate with a high degree of reliability must be automated with PC-, PLC-, or PAC-based technologies, must share process information across the enterprise, and must integrate with other systems/technologies to streamline the entire production process.
There are typically five components in modern Process Control & Industrial Automation applications, often referred to as Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA): sensors/actuators/transducers (control elements), input/output (I/O) devices, controllers, graphical human-machine interface (HMI), and a sophisticated database. In our Process Control & Industrial Automation consulting and implementation efforts, we carefully analyze and consider each of these factors in designing the best overall solution with the lowest TOTAL cost of ownership for our clients.
This technology covers a broad spectrum of solutions from centralized, small channel count, laboratory scale applications to globally distributed, high channel count, industrial scale applications. Process Control & Industrial Automation for error-free process operation is a worthy goal, but so much more can be accomplished. Operations that are truly connected can execute at optimum efficiencies.
Data Science Automation extends the automation strategy to other process layers such as Information Technology, Data Management, Manufacturing Execution Systems, Materials/Enterprise Resource Planning, and Supply Chain Management solutions.