Make your life easier with HEXA Engineers.
The more complex your industrial processes are, the more sophisticated you need your management system to be. Distributed control systems (DCSs) have been helping companies control their processes for more than 40 years. A DCS includes a singular, consolidated database containing all the signals (up to 250,000), variables, graphic objects, alarms, and system events.
Benefits of implementing a DCS with HEXA Engineers include:
If you’re a facility manager (or any employee working across a supply chain), you need to make sure that you have access to as much information as possible. Increasing visibility across your supply chain is critical for maximizing performance and generating high-quality, repeatable results. You’ll be able to program your system, centralize operations, and develop the programmable logic controller (PLC) monitoring from one convenient platform.
DCS software also includes tools that make managing plant information (and integrating it vertically into the supply chain) simple, allowing the facility manager to establish a system for the entire production hierarchy. Automated control systems give you a real-time glimpse into the inner workings of your processes and allow you to make necessary changes in areas that otherwise might be overlooked or neglected.
Streamline your workflow with DCS.
We’ll find the right solution for you.
You don’t want to be stuck with a system that doesn’t optimize your performance. HEXA Engineers makes sure that every system we install is the perfect fit for what you want to achieve.
Our process is broken down into four specific steps:
Before we begin the process, HEXA Engineers’ staff of experts makes sure that we: 1) identify the process we want to fine-tune and 2) collect all relevant data surrounding the task or process. If we don’t take adequate time to prepare, the entire solution might not fit as well as it should.
After our team has organized and pored over the data we’ve collected, we take an in-depth look at all aspects of the project.
Once we’ve analyzed every last detail, it’s time to determine which solution makes the most sense for your location, budget, workflow, and personnel. After that, we evaluate the results of your new method to make sure that everything is in order.
One of the most critical steps we take is defining our solution; we want to help your team understand exactly how it’s designed so that you can perform at a high level. After we implement the solution, we control the new standard and follow the results closely. Our goal is to make sure that what we install effectively meets your needs and your initial intention.