"The integration of dataPARC's capabilities with ProSensus' software suite will produce technology solutions addressing markets such as pharmaceutical, specialty chemical, petrochemical, pulp and paper, and food and beverage,” said
By using ProBatch Online and ProBatch Control, customers will minimize expensive scrapping or rework costs by receiving early alerts of anticipated end-of-batch quality problems with the ability to implement automated mid-course corrective action.
"In today’s fiercely competitive global economy, consistent product quality is an imperative for every manufacturer. Effective batch operation requires a high fidelity, predictive view of where the process is going, whether product quality targets will be met, and what corrective action to take when needed; the ProBatch Online and ProBatch Control systems provide this capability", says
Capstone is a software solutions and services company founded in 1997. Solution areas today include industry specific process visualization, analysis and monitoring; model predictive control and soft sensors; computer based training with 3D content; spanning process industry segments worldwide. Capstone's dataPARC suite is widely used in many industries to provide easy, secure and reliable access to real-time or historical operational and manufacturing data across different sites and systems.
ProSensus provides services and software related to multivariate data analysis for the troubleshooting of process problems based on historical plant data, for the advanced control and optimization of batch and continuous processes, for the rapid development of new products and for advanced industrial machine vision applications. ProSensus serves multinational corporations in the process industries.
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