Control System and Network Design

Whether building a new process control system or expanding an existing one, NovaTech offers analysis, design, configuration, testing and installation services aimed at keeping your enterprise’s digital backbone functioning at optimal levels. The complex nature and reliability requirements of modern industrial processes require a control system engineered for maximum agility and scalability.  A growing process enterprise needs a process control systems that grow with them. With over three decades of industrial process control experience, NovaTech process control engineers leverage existing infrastructure and the latest advances to provide the highest levels of value and performance.

Areas of Expertise

Specification and selection of system components, Server configuration, Server virtualization, Client configuration, Backbone network design and configuration (Copper, Fiber, Wireless),  I/O network design, Cyber Security configuration (User authentication and management, Firewall configuration, DMZ configuration, Patch management, White Listing configuration and management, Virus protection configuration and management, Installation, commissioning, validation support)

Benefits

Fault Tolerance

  • Safe plant operation under all failure modes
  • Process visibility under all failure modes
  • No single point of failure

Robust Operation

  • Effective process control under all operating conditions
  • Improved human reliability
  • Abnormal situation management

Cyber Security

  • Intellectual property protection
  • Access control and user authentication
  • Logging and alarming
  • Secure operating environment for Engineering, Operations and Management
  • 21-CFR-PART-11 compliance

 

    December 12, 2017 – December 15, 2017 Boca Raton Resort

    49th Annual ECC Conference

    NovaTech will attend the ECC Conference in Boca Raton, FL. This event will address challenges of prominent leaders and will provide fresh perspectives on industry best practices, technology implementation, global economics, and geopolitics.

    April 5, 2018 Meadowview Convention Center

    eChemExpo – Booth #212

    Join NovaTech at this event in Booth #212 at the Meadowview Convention Center. NovaTech will demonstrate its Augmented Manual Procedures (AMP) and introduce the PCM5.

  • Introducing FlexBatch 5.0

    FlexBatch integrates recipe management and the automation layer so operators can quickly and easily develop, scale up, modify and schedule batch manufacturing recipes for products ranging from beer to chocolate to specialty chemicals and more. FlexBatch delivers shorter time to first batch, reduced changeover times, increased throughput and production yield. New and existing products are brought to market faster and at lower cost, providing a strategic and financial advantage. Production staff can execute library procedures to overcome process upsets. All of which means a more nimble, responsive, and profitable process.

    July 5, 2017

  • Planning an Effective I/O Upgrade

    Reviewing the benefits, considerations, and steps required to migrate legacy I/O subsystems to NovaTech 8000.

    This webinar focused on NovaTech 16000 and Modicon Quantum, and touch on Siemens 505, Rockwell 1771, and Modicon 200.

    Topics Covered:
    * Hardware installation alternatives
    * Wiring options
    * Software considerations
    * Proven implementation strategie

    April 20, 2017

  • D3v15 Webinar

    The latest release of the D/3 Distributed Control System includes new configuration tools that make the system easier for new and existing users. The webinar covers building tags with MDL Builder, writing automation code with D3Edit, web-accessible History and Reports, features to facilitate migration to High-Performance HMI, and OSIsoft PI integration.

    March 24, 2016

  • D/3 Distributed Control System Overview

    This video introduces the D/3, the Distributed Control System trusted by many Fortune 100 companies to keep their global operations’ continuous and batch processes running smoothly and efficiently. Part one reviews the system architecture and configuration tools.

    November 21, 2014

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