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MIPAC working wonders with Invensys’s Wonderware Information Server

Tuesday, September 09, 2014
MIPAC is assisting plant managers to access and act on real time process control reports via a smart device.

Glencore’s Ernest Henry Mine recently engaged MIPAC to introduce Invensys’s Wonderware Information Server technology which generates a live snapshot of how a plant and its equipment is performing and allows for immediate management.

For example, a mine operations manager will know where a bottleneck in production is or a maintenance manager will learn the run time of equipment and can plan which equipment can go for maintenance or be shut down.

It avoids double handling of data and is easily tailored to individual sites.

As an add-on you can even send information about critical breakdowns to someone’s phone or SMS.

The Server easily integrates with the Wonderware system platform but it is also suitable for use with other system platforms.

MIPAC can readily commission this product for mineral processing plants and food and beverage manufacturers.

To learn more about how MIPAC can make this server work wonders for your company, feel free to email me.

Cheers

Darren

Darren Hill
Business development manager

Independence helps MIPAC’s clients stay in control

Tuesday, November 12, 2013
MIPAC is always able to recommend the best-possible control platform for our clients because we are independent.

Being vendor agnostic means we consider the pros and cons of each platform and our clients are advised to progress with the most-appropriate one.

MIPAC engineers are highly qualified, very experienced and familiar with a wide range of control systems and technologies including:

  • Distributed Control Systems (DCS) — e.g. Foxboro and Yokogawa
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) — e.g. Modicon and Siemens
  • SCADA systems — e.g. Citect and Wonderware.

Click through to our news story to read some case studies which show how MIPAC’s independence results in tailored control solutions for our clients.

Cheers Eddie

Eddie De Rivera
Managing director

MIPAC: a one-stop shop for process control and optimisation services

Tuesday, May 22, 2012
MIPAC is renowned for its control systems expertise but are you aware of the scope of our services?

We are skilled at implementing distributed control systems (DCS), programmable logic control (PLC) systems and SCADA.

We are also experienced in developing industrial communications networks, and data management and management information systems.

Our DCS expertise includes:
•    ABB - Industrial IT
•    Bailey INFI 90
•    Taylor Mod 300
•    Emerson - DeltaV
•    Foxboro - IA
•    Honeywell
•    Metso DNA
•    Siemens – PCS7
•    Toshiba Taylor
•    Yokogawa – CS3000, Centum CS, uXL. We are also experienced in PLC systems, notably:
•    Allen-Bradley / Rockwell
•    Schneider / Modicon
•    Toshiba
•    Siemens. And we are well recognised for our SCADA skills, specifically in:
•    Citect
•    Wonderware. MIPAC engineers have hands-on skills in implementing industrial communication networks and data management systems, including:
•    OsiSoft Pi
•    Archestra
•    OPC.

We also understand safety systems, system security, graphic design, user security, ergonomics, application programming, simulations and alarm strategies.

In addition, we offer electrical design and CAD services.

Our employees are our greatest asset and we are committed to their development. Our staff undertake regular industry training and we frequently conduct in-house training for most modern systems on dedicated training stations. We also invest considerable funds and time in appraising new products.

If you would like to know more about MIPAC’s full spectrum of services and our innovative, award-winning products, please email sales@mipac.com.au

Cheers Eddie

Eddie De Rivera
Managing director




New materials handling system for George Fisher Mine

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

MIPAC engineers are currently hard at work at Xstrata Zinc's George Fisher Mine near Mount Isa. Using RSLogic 5000 PLC and Wonder Ware InTouch software, we're helping to introduce a new materials handling system which will expand the current operation to 4.5 Mtpa.

For more information about this project, due for completion in March 2012, visit http://www.mipac.com.au/CustomContentRetrieve.aspx?ID=928929

Cheers Eddie

 


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