“We employed the services of Opensoft Systems to integrate our InTouch SCADA system to a Citect system, which communicated to a Siemens S7 PLC controlling our evaporator process. [...]”
We provide a range of solutions tailored to your manufacturing and business requirements. From PLC and SCADA development, Data Reporting and integration of Plant to Business Enterprise systems.
Whether you require independent advice with your current control systems, migration to a virtual platform or full turnkey plant IT installation we have the expertise and capability to help at any level.
Our philosophy is to work with you to understand what your business wishes to achieve. Our expertise in delivering projects across a wide range of industries allows us to discuss the various options available in achieving your goals.
We can provide a detailed appraisal and analysis across your plant systems. Providing recommendations and advice to remove long standing problems and ensuring that you get the maximum potential from your system.
We specialise in providing training adapted to meet your day to day requirements which help you to maintain and develop your plant systems. Our courses are aimed at providing engineers with a first-hand practical approach to problem solving and troubleshooting.
Our training courses have proven to shorten plant downtime situations and increase maintenance teams confidence in handling plant faults.
Our innovative support contracts maybe adapted to suit your needs on site and can cover all areas of your control system deployment, from PLC’s, SCADA systems through to MES, MRP and historian installations. Call us today for further information.
“A new facility was due to be constructed so our team needed to be sufficiently skilled with Siemens S7 PLC maintenance, ready to hit the ground running.Opensoft have a proven track record with other power stations so we were confident in their abilities.[...]”
“I would just like to express my thanks to your Engineering Support Team as you have helped us recently.Owing to an erroneous update we experienced a failure of our iHistorian data historian.[...]”