Controlling of test plants in the area of process engineering requires by far more than the bare implementation of conventional control technology. This is because research business is characterized by a permanent adaption of the test plant according to new goals.
Additionally, there are challenging requirements on the logging, the archival storage, and the evaluation of large amounts of data due to numerous experiments.
The operating and experimenting personnel expect flexibility, safety and usability at this. Fulfilling theses demand requires the application of modern automation systems as well as control strategies and web-based information systems. We service control technology systems for test applications TAMARA (grate combustion of waste, substitute fuels and bio mass) THERESA (rotary garbage kiln) and bioliq (bio mass to liquid).