About Us

Control Station’s growing portfolio of software-based solutions solve difficult control-related challenges that face process manufacturers every day. We’re making optimization easy.

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Our Vision

As a leading provider of process analytics and optimization solutions, Control Station commits to the development of innovative solutions that meet industry’s challenges head on.

We promise to design products and to supply services with the end-user’s needs in mind, making tools that are easy-to-use and delivering services that offer quantifiable value.

We pledge to work in good faith with every customer and/or partner so that the best possible outcome can be achieved while meeting all requirements for safe working practices.

The vision for Control Station is to grow our team of dedicated and fun-loving people and to expand our portfolio of world-class technologies for the purpose of making optimization easy.

Management Team

Control Station is led by a team of innovators and process control visionaries. Their diverse backgrounds have helped Control Station to become the leading independent supplier of process analytics and optimization solutions.

Our Partners



OEM Partners

Aligned with a community of best-in-class OEMs, Control Station provides a suite of process analytic and optimization solutions that integrate seamlessly with an end-user’s existing automation infrastructure and that make continuous performance improvement easy.

Certified System Integrators

Control Station partners with an innovative and global network of system integrators that are proven in the design, delivery, and support of process automation and optimization solutions and fully certified in the company’s technology-based offerings.

Our History

Control Station was founded on the campus of the University of Connecticut in 1988 by Dr. Douglas Cooper. The company was among the first to introduce software simulations to the Chemical Engineering curriculum, immersing students in a dynamic and more intuitive learning experience. Since its introduction the company’s software-based training solution has been licensed to 100s of colleges and universities worldwide, and it remains the cornerstone of a training and skills development offering for academics and industry practitioners alike.

We lead the industry in PID controller tuning solutions. The design of our tuning products are intuitive and have been recognized with awards for their ease-of-use. Equally important, they’re innovative. In 2006 we eliminated the steady-state requirement which previously forced practitioners to steady their processes before software could be used to tune a PID control loop. With introduction of our Non-Steady-State (NSS) Modeling Innovation, we made it possible to accurately model the noisy, oscillatory process conditions that are typical of industrial applications. Control Station’s tuning solutions remain the only suite of products capable of tuning NSS conditions whether the loop is operated in open- or closed-loop as well as with either integrating or non-integrating process.

Our contributions to performance monitoring and process analytics are equally notable. Control Station was among the first to introduce tools for the continuous assessment of control loop performance. Our initial foray into monitoring was in 2004. Utilizing innovations in OPC connectivity, the tool equipped users with real-time trending and statistical analysis of individual controllers. In 2009 we launched a platform technology for proactively monitoring all loops within one or more production facilities. With innovative approaches to data capture, metrics, forensics and analysis, our platform technology stands apart. Today, Control Station is the leading independent vendor of control loop performance monitoring solutions.

For over thirty years the company has harnessed the creative energies of its surroundings, producing an array of best-in-class technologies for improving production efficiency and throughput. Unique capabilities combined with ease-of-use enable customers to finally achieve their process optimization objectives.

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Now that you’ve gotten the basics, connect with our team to learn how our people, processes and technologies can help you optimize.