Invensys Simulation Solution Named Product of the Year by Control Engineering for Second Year Running
APRIL 15, 2013/ LONDON
, a global provider of technology systems, software solutions and consulting services to the manufacturing and infrastructure operations industries, today announced that its DYNSIM
simulation programme has been named Product of the Year 2012 in Application and Programming Software category by Control Engineering, Czech Republic
subscribers identified the products they felt were the most exceptional based on technological advancement, service to the industry and market impact. The Product of the Year Awards
covered eight industrial automation categories in 2012.
“As in the past, this year’s Product of the Year Awards drew a heavy amount of voting in each category,” said Lukas Smelik, editor in chief, Control Engineering. “The high level of recognition and respect among Control Engineering readers for DYNSIM indicates increasing interest and admiration for Invensys products.”
DYNSIM is a comprehensive, dynamic process simulation programme that enables users to meet and beat the dynamic challenges of designing and operating a modern process plant safely and profitably. It expedites comprehensive engineering workflow-- design, operational analysis, dynamic simulation, operator training and plant performance improvement-- to reduce capital investment costs, improve process yields and enhance management decision support while leveraging existing technology investments.
“DYNSIM is the most comprehensive, robust and modern engineering environment for dynamic simulation that can be used in process plant design, for operations as well as operator training,” said Edoardo Manicardi, vice president for the EURA software business, Invensys. “Control Engineering subscribers have recognised the quality of our offering, and we are extremely proud to be awarded.”
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