Control Station announced the advancement of its cloud strategy with the company’s enrollment in the Amazon Web Services Partner Network.
November 1, 2022 – Control Station announced the advancement of its cloud strategy with the company’s enrollment in the Amazon Web Services Partner Network. The partnership enhances Control Station’s options for deploying its PlantESP solution in cloud-based environments, and it positions the company to capitalize on AWS’ continued growth as a leading cloud computing solutions provider. company.
In its 2020 Cloud Computing Survey, IDG found that up to 87% of enterprise business strategies implemented in manufacturing relied on the cloud. The report further clarified that most implementations were limited to storage, disaster recovery, CRM, ERP and other applications not directly related to production processes. More recently, in August 2022, Wipro Limited reported that manufacturers are now moving production-related processes to the cloud in an effort to future-proof their infrastructure. The global cloud computing market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 15.7% and exceed $1.5 trillion by 2030. Similarly, sales of Control Station’s PlantESP solution have grown at a CAGR of over $46. .1% since 2018.
“PlantESP was designed to connect to all industry data sources and to integrate with analysis and visualization tools using a fully documented REST API,” said Dr. Bob Rice, VP President of Control Station Engineering. “PlantESP is perfectly suited for secure deployment in the AWS Cloud as well as other cloud computing environments where large data lakes are stored and complex analytics are performed.”
Control Station is an emerging leader in plant-wide and enterprise-wide process analysis and optimization. The Company’s PlantESP equips process manufacturers with the most advanced analytics to proactively identify issues that negatively affect production throughput and efficiency. Recent innovations in state-based analysis further distinguish the company’s flagship solution from other control loop performance monitoring offerings. PlantESP has been successfully deployed in a variety of cloud-based environments, including those supporting multi-site and multinational customers as well as those residing within the AWS environment. PlantESP monitors the performance of production facilities located in 26 countries.
“For years, Control Station has successfully deployed and supported cloud solutions, including private cloud and AWS environments,” commented Rick Bontatibus, vice president of global sales for the company. “This partnership ensures that future development practices and deployment procedures adhere to AWS standards for highly secure and scalable solutions. Plus, it simplifies the path by which existing AWS customers can take advantage of our best capabilities.
AWS is a subsidiary of Amazon.com, Inc. that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms and APIs to individuals, businesses, and governments on a pay-as-you-go basis. The AWS Partner Network is a global community of partners that leverages programs, expertise, and resources to create, market, and sell customer offerings.
About the control station
Control Station enables process manufacturers to increase production efficiency and throughput. The company’s software solutions actively monitor and optimize plant-wide control loop performance.
The company’s products are both highly innovative and award-winning. PlantESP is the leading CLPM solution for identifying and isolating issues that negatively affect control loop performance. Control Station’s LOOP-PRO product portfolio is recognized as the process industry’s leading solution for tuning PID controllers. It is the only controller tuning software that accurately models oscillatory and noisy process data.
Control Station’s solutions are licensed to leading process manufacturers worldwide and are available directly from Control Station and through its network of distribution partners. The company is headquartered in the United States.
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