distributed control system


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distributed control system

[di′strib·yəd·əd kən′trōl‚sis·təm]
(control systems)
A collection of modules, each with its own specific function, interconnected tightly to carry out an integrated data acquisition and control application.
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Accordingly, this is expected to accelerate demand for supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and distributed control system (DCS) upgrades as well as for new systems.
Analysis for Distributed Control Systems by Geographic
At Ahlstrom, we welcome the opportunity to join our established technologies with those of Honeywell, the world's leading supplier of distributed control systems.
Chapter 4 Market Segmentation I: Distributed Control Systems Market by Type, 2012 - 2018
The study on global distributed control systems, analyzes the market based on major component type, applications of DCS in end user industry and major geographies.
For its part, ABB's distributed control system ensures that there is a reliable supply of power to the production facility and DUBAL's extensive smelting operation can continue without interruptions.
Pre-Qualification: Bidder should be an Original Equipment Manufacturer and shall be responsible for Design, Engineering, Manufacture, assembly, testing at manufacturers works, delivery at site, site acceptance test, and supervision of erection and commissioning of Distributed Control System DCS.
Executive Summary -- The distributed control system (DCS) market size for the base year (2012) is $X million and the market is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of X percent over the next seven years (2012 to 2019).
com)-- Increases in manufacturing activities in Asia Pacific and Middle East countries is expected to contribute to the growing demand for distributed control system (DCS) solutions across different end use industries.
With 40 year's of experience in the pulp and paper industry, Honeywell has consistently delivered innovative technologies over time: from breakthroughs in quality control systems, to the introduction of the world's first distributed control system, to development of today's cutting-edge production management applications.
Today, the most completely distributed control system for materials-loading tasks is the Echo System from Universal Dynamics.

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