Get connected with MIPAC Process Advantage™ to visualise and report your plant information easily for making quick informed process decisions
MIPAC Process Advantage™ (MPA) permits instant access from any device and from anywhere to real time and historical plant data. MPA securely connects you to your plant wide information using a standard web browser so you can visualise data with just a handful of templates.
MPA is a web-based data visualisation tool that connects directly with your OSIsoft™ PI Asset Framework™ and gives you browser exploring capability using real time and historical process data, including information from other systems, such as maintenance data. This means that MPA empowers users with the ability to remotely monitor status and performance of assets at any site.
MPA has a simple display builder used to create the views for differing types of assets and requires minimal set up to connect to the existing assets in the PI System™ and other systems.
MPA, with its in built templates and low customisation requirement, has been designed to assist end users to develop, deploy and maintain the tool themselves.
MIPAC displays a performance advantage 13-Jul-2015 | MIPAC has developed MIPAC Process Advantage™ (MPA) in response to requests from operations staff, reliability engineers and site management to simplify the evaluation and reporting of operational data.
MIPAC is a sponsor at MetPlant 2015 11-Jul-2015 | MIPAC is sponsoring a technical session and will be demonstrating the MIPAC Process Advantage software at AusIMM MetPlant 2015 in Perth 7-8th September 2015.
MIPAC Process Optimisation: finding a solution at the heart of the problem 11-Dec-2012 | MIPAC principal process control engineer Bruce Northway prefers to tackle process control problems at their source. To do this he uses MIPAC Process Optimisation (MPO), the application of expert process control knowledge and appropriate automation techniques to stabilise and optimise industrial processes.
Steady demand for asset optimisation services 17-Dec-2014 | Lower commodity prices have led many miners and engineering firms to tighten their belts in 2014 but it is not all doom and gloom, writes MIPAC managing director Eddie De Rivera.