Industrial Systems Integration
Control Systems Integration From Results Engineering
REI specializes in industrial systems integration and industrial controls engineered to provide data acquisition, control and supervision of multiple systems.
Services We Offer:
- PLC Upgrades and programming
- SCADA Implementation
- Motion Control
- Vision Systems
- Industrial Networking
- Edge Computing Consultation
- Instrumentation and Sensors Selection / Integration
- PLC, Scada system specific training
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System/Controls Integration help bridge systems together to meet productivity needs through various methods of monitoring and data collection. Companies are able to maintain efficient plant operation and manage resources accordingly. In today’s economy, productivity and results are more important than ever. By maintaining a steady flow of information about performance, businesses can manipulate their processes accordingly to improve quality and save costs.
Systems Integration involves process control, machine control and networking in integrating control systems for a wide variety of industries. The applications are widespread in every industry and are needed to help bridge technology, processes, communications, industries and people together, so information can be exchanged, and meaningful data driven decisions are made in real time.
Industrial integration of programmable systems for industrial control and automation in process control, machine control, and networking continue to be the key to success in integrating control systems for a wide variety of industries. Thru proper planning, design, project management, installation and commissioning Industrial Controls Systems Integrator bridge technology within a factory or enterprise.
Standards in design, programming, and documentation ensure proper solutions to a wide variety of challenges industries are confronted with when the need to bring various component subsystems together occurs. When approaching these challenges it is of the upmost importance to apply the latest proven methods and best practices found in NFPA, ISO, IEC and ANSI standards.
Bringing together component sub-systems into a whole entity that then function together ensuring personnel and equipment remain safe, operational and cost effective throughout the life of the equipment or processes.