Control Station today announced plans to host over 30 training workshops during 2019. The company’s plan targets major manufacturing centers located across North America and Europe. The plan capitalizes on growing global demand for industrial training and skills development that enables the optimization of production processes.
Control Station today published the latest release of its award-winning Loop-Pro™ process modeling and PID controller tuning technology. Among other feature enhancements the Fall 2018 Release introduces an innovative capability for connecting live to any commercial PID controller. The new release also enhances the software’s overall performance and security via a comprehensive rewrite, and it now caters to the multilingual needs of Control Station’s growing base of international customers.
Control Station today celebrates thirty years as an innovator of process control solutions that are licensed globally to leading academic institutions and world-class manufacturers. The milestone and associated success are a direct result of the company’s steadfast commitment to delivering value-rich product and service offerings.
Control Station and the University of Connecticut School of Engineering today announced an applied science initiative focused on the development of an advanced forensic utility. The collaboration targets the need among process manufacturers for plant-wide monitoring utilities with fully automated root-cause analysis capabilities.