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There are many challenges that come with operating a process plant. Using a dynamic simulator for operator training and automation improvement is a demonstrated solution to reduce risks and increase business results of the plant. However, not all dynamic simulators are the same, or even provide the same benefits. Mimic was built to address the life cycle needs of process plant operations, with the lowest life cycle costs available. This provides the greatest return on investment of any dynamic simulator.
Mimic provides life cycle business benefits
Dynamic, first principle, process modeling objects in Mimic simulate accurate, real-time plant behaviors. Mimic supports selective application of simulation fidelity, from low to high. Every Mimic release is designed to be fast, easy, and flexible, consistently reducing the time and cost require to develop a dynamic simulation. Life cycle operations results extend to all control system platforms. Mimic is designed to work with control system simulators. It’s built for operator training and plant operations improvement.
Virtual plant: control system simulator and Mimic
Training operators or changing control strategies on a real plant can be dangerous or costly. In the virtual plant, the control system is replicated in the control system simulator. Mimic works with the control system simulator, providing real-time IO signals and dynamic process models that respond to the control system just like the real plant. Mimic Operator Training Manager allows effective, measurable training of operators, and Mimic Test Bench automates testing of the control system.
The Mtell Previse condition monitoring solution uses machine learning to prevent breakdowns, increase asset lifecycle, reduce maintenance costs, and increase production output for any industrial process.
Contemporary condition monitoring applications use techniques to “trap” anomalies or changes in operational behavior of a machine that might indicate a problem. Such methods are complex, limited to certain equipment, prone to error, and ALWAYS require further expert investigation and validation; producing high levels of false positive
Mtell Previse uses Conscious Monitoring Agents™ to learn operational behavioral patterns using actual data from sensors on and around a machine or manufacturing process. Mtell Previse recognizes diverse patterns in the sensor signals that indicate degradation, failure and root cause.
General Advisory Board
Formed in 2009, The General Advisory Board assists in shaping ProSys’ long-term vision and business plan by offering constructive feedback and advice. The Advisory Board consists of experts from the fields of academia, finance and management, to name a few. On a regular basis, they contribute to ProSys their expertise and insight about how to run a more efficient and economical company. The Advisory Board currently consists of the following members:
Alan Thomas, CAE
Chief Executive Office
Array Coating Technology, LLC
Alan Thomas, CAE is currently the Chief Executive Office at Array Coating Technology (ACT), LLC. ACT is a full service industrial coating, painting, powder coating and metal finishing company based in Montgomery County, Texas. Prior to joining ACT, Thomas was the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of The Houston-based International Facility Management Association (IFMA). He is also a former Director of Business Strategy and Development for ProSys. He began his career in association management in 2001 at the Safety Council of the Louisiana Capitol Area, where he served as Executive Vice President.
In 2005, Thomas was awarded the Association Trends Young and Aspiring Leader Award. He has been featured in several magazines and is a published author and speaker on the topics of business strategy, leadership and organizational culture.
Thomas currently serves on the Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau Advisory Board, as well as program advisory boards for Brigham Young University and the University of California at Berkeley. He previously served on the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Society of Association Executives, the Louisiana Chemical Association Governmental Affairs Committee and the Baton Rouge Area Drug and Alcohol Center.
Thomas hold a bachelor’s degree in Christian Education from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and an MBA from Tulane University.
David Lee, RFC
Founder and CEO
Mach 1 Financial Group
David Lee is Founder and CEO of Mach 1 Financial Group, providing solid retirement income planning and financial security. Mach 1 uses a combination of tactical portfolio management combined with hedged equity strategies and index annuities. He was formerly a partner with Beale, Lee and Associates, a private investment firm located in central and northwestern Arkansas. Lee began his career in the investment business in 2005.
After joining Beale, Lee and Associates, Lee developed a proprietary system for capital management by using the structural disadvantages inherent in mutual funds to his clients’ advantage. Beale, Lee and Associates has used this unique investment strategy to protect their clients’ capital through a very challenging market environment.
Prior to becoming a partner with Beale, Lee and Associates, Lee was an F-16 fighter pilot with the United States Air Force. In his Air Force career, Lee was the recipient of multiple Top Gun awards and the Instructor Pilot of the Year award in 1999. He was also responsible for the direct protection of President Bush on multiple occasions during his visits to Crawford, Texas.
Lee currently serves as a deacon at First Baptist Church Bentonville, and he is on the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Advisory Board for Northwest Arkansas.
Lee holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the United States Air Force Academy.
Vice President of New Business Development and Director of Strategic Planning
Emergent Technologies, Inc.
Tony Taylor is Vice President of New Business Development and Director of Strategic Planning for Emergent Technologies, Inc. (ETI) in Austin, Texas. ETI is a unique life sciences venture capital firm that forms and manages companies and funds that license and commercialize groundbreaking institutional and university-based technologies.
Taylor is responsible for performing market research to discover opportunities for ETI portfolio company technology applications, identifying potential collaborative partners and creating and implementing the marketing plan.
In 2004, Taylor was the principle investigator on a $2 million Advanced Technology Project award from the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The overall goal of the 3-year project was to develop a new class of breast cancer diagnostic and therapeutic antibodies unique in their ability to recognize tumor proteins presented by the body’s natural antigen display systems.
In addition, Taylor has served in various capacities for Ethyl Chemical, Green Bay Packaging, Dow-Corning and Raytheon. He is also the founder of Fulcrum Chemicals, a specialty chemicals supplier, and has managed biotechnology companies developing novel immunotherapies and nanotechonology companies creating thin films.
He has also worked with the National Association of Seed and Venture funds on a number of projects and has been a judge and speaker at several business plan competitions, including the World’s Best Technology Showcase, the University of Texas Moot Corp Competition, the Arkansas Venture Forum and The Tennessee Innovation Conference.
Taylor has a B.S. and M.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Arkansas.
Victor Mbarika, Ph.D.
Southern University A&M College
Dr. Victor Mbarika is a faculty member of the College of Business at Southern University and A&M College located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and is the founding director of the University’s International Center for Information Technology and Development. He is also a visiting professor at Makerere University Business School in Kampala, Uganda, as well as at several other universities. Additionally, he is an information and communications technology (ICT) consultant with various governmental and private agencies.
With over 100 academic publications, Dr. Mbarika has authored 3 books, and his research on ICT diffusion in developing countries and on multimedia learning has appeared in 38 peer reviewed journals, 5 book chapters and over 60 national and international conference publications. His scholarly publications and work have appeared in numerous journals and in major media outlets such as Reuters and the Associated Press, including numerous radio and TV appearances.
He has received multiple research teaching grants and fellowships, amounting to over $1.25 million, from the National Science Foundation, NASA, KPMG, Microsoft, Southern Regional Education Board and the Louisiana Board of Regents. In addition, Dr. Mbarika has received the prestigious Fulbright Program grant. He also holds over 20 research, teaching and services excellence awards and has been featured on the cover page of several magazines, highlighting his ICT research and consulting activities.
Dr. Mbarika is Editor-In-Chief of The African Journal of Information Systems and serves as senior board member for several other journals, such as IEEE Transactions on IT in Biomedicine. He is Founder of the Cameroon Computer and Network Center. He is a member of the Association of Information Systems, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the Information Resources Management Association.
He holds a B.S. in Management Information Systems (MIS) from the U.S. International University, a M.S. in MIS from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Ph.D. in MIS from Auburn University.
Alliances and Partners
As a gold member of the Microsoft Partner Network, ProSys receives a set of core benefits that allows us to strengthen capabilities, better serve customers and build connections to reach full business potential.
Founded in 1989, MicroStrategy is a leading worldwide provider of enterprise software platforms. Their mission is to provide the most flexible, powerful, scalable, and user-friendly analytics and identity management platforms, offered either on premises or in the cloud. As a MicroStrategy Partner, ProSys has access to enhanced BI and visualization tools that allow us to strengthen capabilities, better serve customers and build connections to reach full business potential.
MYNAH Technologies, LLC is a leading provider of a life cycle dynamic simulator used for automation system testing, operator training and plant operations improvements. MYNAH’s Mimic Simulation Software is used in more than 1,300 sites in 68 countries worldwide ranging from hydrocarbon production and refining to chemical, pharmaceutical and biotech industries. MYNAH has been recognized by CONTROL, Control Engineering, Chemical Processing and Automation World Magazines for their simulation solutions and exceptional service. MYNAH Technologies’ headquarters is located in the St. Louis metropolitan area, in Chesterfield, Missouri, USA. ProSys is an authorized distributor of and provides services for MYNAH’S Mimic software. We supply the engineering expertise to develop operator training scenarios for the simulation.
Operational Sustainability, LLC offers companies an integrated solution to manage operational risk. Using powerful technology backed by expert service and consultation, OS helps facilities achieve operational excellence at a sustainable cost. OS’s flagship software, OSSuite™, is an enterprise platform that manages data and creates risk visibility across people, plant, and processes, enabling real-time management of operational risk. The result of the OS - ProSys partnership is an effective, best in class safety approach that puts the right information in the hands of the people who need it and helps them manage alarms, tasks, and equipment more efficiently. Together, OS and ProSys help companies reduce incidents, optimize equipment, and improve overall safety.
User Centered Design Services, Inc. (UCDS) is a consulting company focused on Operational Excellence. UCDS provides services for improving operator effectiveness and the ability to detect, diagnose and manage abnormal situations. UCDS is recognized as world leaders in human factors and situation awareness through the ergonomic design of control buildings, console design, HMI graphic design and alarm management. The base of the designs are focused around operator’s needs and the overall work flow of the organization. The software and services provided by ProSys interconnect with the human factors and situation awareness work of UCDS.
Associations and Accreditations
Sponsor - Baton Rouge Section
The Baton Rouge section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers offers local Chemical Engineers the opportunity to stay abreast of subjects of interest and allows them to network with other professionals in the industry through monthly meetings and activities.
ProSys is active in Baton Rouge area events as well as board members of the local Baton Rouge Section.
The Louisiana Chemical Industry Alliance (LCIA) is a partnership between plants and suppliers, representing more than 600 members with thousands of employees from Louisiana’s petrochemical industry and related businesses. The LCIA promotes the interests of the chemical industry and related businesses by impacting the legislative process, as well as regulatory agencies, to promote a healthy, globally competitive and growing contractor and supplier community.
ProSys employees are active in the Baton Rouge and Lake Charles area events as well as on the planning committee for the Environmental, Health and Safety Conference (EHS) sponsored by LCIA, the Louisiana Chemical Association (LCA) and the Texas Chemical Council (TCC/ACIT) held in Galveston each year.
OPC is the interoperability standard for the secure and reliable exchange of data in the industrial automation space and in other industries. It is platform independent and ensures the seamless flow of information among devices from multiple vendors. The OPC Foundation is responsible for the development and maintenance of this standard.
The International Society of Automation is a nonprofit professional association of engineers, technicians and others who work in the field of instrumentation, measurement and control of industrial processes. The ISA sets the standard for those who apply engineering and technology to improve the management, safety and cybersecurity of modern automation and control systems.
ProSys employees are members of ISA Standards Committees – 18.2 for Alarm Management, 101 for HMI and 106 for Procedural Automation, as well as board members for the local Baton Rouge Section and Director of the Management Division at the international level.
ProSys is the leading global provider of process control engineering services and solutions
ProSys provides global process control consulting services and software to the chemical, petrochemical, refining, pulp and paper and oil and gas industries. Our expertise and experience cover the full range of modern control system technology including basic control, advanced control, multivariable process control, dynamic configuration, state based control (also known as procedural automation), alarm management and operator interface.
The founder of ProSys, Leslie D. Jensen, was originally from Fort Dodge, Iowa and attended Iowa State University. In his final year of college, Les took the opportunity to visit Louisiana for an interview with ExxonMobil. Accepting the offer, he decided to stay and make it his forever home. After working for ExxonMobil, Les Jensen and an associate decided to branch out and form their own partnership. The partnership faded with time, and Les was left with the desire to own his own company. Hence, ProSys was formed in February of 1989. The name ProSys is an acronym for Process Systems, which represents our global approach to process operations and control. The concepts which support this approach have grown from the knowledge and insight gained during more than two decades of international consulting experience.
From the beginning, Les focused on providing his employees an atmosphere that inspired creativity in order to provide services to corporations across the world. ProSys was founded on the principals of Les’ favorite quote:
“What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly; it is dearness only that gives everything its value.” - Thomas Paine
The company expanded by forming a German subsidiary, ProSys GmbH, in 1991. ProSys completed its first successful dynamic alarm management project in 1990 and released the first commercially available dynamic alarm management software in 1995. In 1996, Dustin Beebe started as an Associate Engineer and was instrumental in developing our alarm shelving tool, Special Alarm Management (SAM). Most of the alarm management projects in the early years were centered in Europe. The United States was a little slower to catch on to the concept, but with the publication of EEMUA 191 in 1999 and the establishment of ISA 18.2 in 2003 and its publication in 2009, ProSys began to see a lot more interest stateside.
ProSys’ early dynamic alarm management and alarm shelving software was specifically for the Honeywell TDC™. In 2007, ProSys released AgileOps™, a dynamic alarm management software for any DCS that can communicate through an OPC connection. AgileOps™ is complete with alarm shelving and event reporting capability.
|1976SPACE||Prior to the establishment of ProSys, our interest in alarm management issues begin with our founder, Les Jensen.|
|1989||ProSys is established.|
||ProSys releases the first commercial real-time dynamic alarm management software, Selective Alarm Suppression (SAS).|
|ProSys completes its first successful dynamic alarm management project.|
|1991||ProSys GmbH forms.|
|1994||ProSys develops a standard Native window sub picture library.|
||ProSys releases its second generation commercial real-time dynamic configuration software, Dynamic Configuration Software (DCS), with applications to alarm management and other areas, including startup, shutdown, etc.|
|ProSys presents on an alarm management project at the European Honeywell User Group in Nice, France.|
|1996||ProSys presents on alarm management philosophy and technology at the Abnormal Situation Management Consortium in Phoenix, AZ, USA.|
|1997||ProSys releases its real-time alarm shelving software, Special Alarm Management (SAM).|
|ProSys presents on dynamic configuration of alarms at IEEE in London, England.|
|1998||ProSys’ alarm management technological material is contributed to the EEMUA publication No.191 by BP, a multi-site user of ProSys services and technology.|
|1999||EEMUA 191 is established.|
|2000||Dustin Beebe elected Vice President, Director of ProSys.|
|2001||ProSys presents on pitfalls of alarm rationalization and benchmarking at TAMU Process Safety Symposium in College Station, TX, USA.|
|2002||ProSys releases PlantMC (predecessor to AgileOps), an integrated server-based enterprise application for documentation of current control system settings.|
|ProSys releases Pro Controls library (predecessor of Interface Dynamics) for GUS.|
|2003||ISA 18.2 is established.|
|2004||ProSys releases Interface Dynamics v2 (IDv2) for Experion™.|
|2007||ProSys relocates its Baton Rouge office.|
|ProSys releases AgileOps™, a complete dynamic alarm management software including a master alarm database, dynamic and shelving modules and alarm reporting.|
|2008||ProSys releases human machine interface shape library, Interface Dynamics v3 (IDv3).|
|2009||ISA 18.2 is published.|
|Dustin Beebe takes over as President/CEO of ProSys.|
|ProSys’ General Advisory Board is established.|
|2010||ProSys expands projects into the Middle East.|
|ProSys celebrates 20th year.|
|2011||ProSys GmbH celebrates 20th year.|
|2013||ProSys expands operations and number of employees in Germany and Houston.|
|ProSys becomes Microsoft Silver Partner.|
|2014||ProSys celebrates 25th year.|
|ProSys opens a new office in Houston, TX.|
|ProSys enters into strategic alliances with several other companies.|
|2015||ProSys becomes Microsoft Gold Partner.|
|ProSys releases AgileOps v2.1, a new version of our dynamic alarm management software.|
|ProSys enhances our display library, Interface Dynamics v3 (IDv3), with overview displays for a superior operator experience.|
|ProSys is nominated for Project of the Year award by Petroleum Economist.|
|ProSys relocated European office from Burghausen to Cologne.|
|2016||ProSys enters cybersecurity market.|
|ProSys releases AgileOps v2.2.|
|2018||ProSys is expected to release Interface Dynamics v4 (IDv4).|
Comprehensive, Proven Process Control Solutions
ProSys is focused on helping you gain maximum benefit and optimal control from modern control system technology. Our alarm management, control and interface philosophies have been implemented in sites worldwide and have been consistently and reliably achieving process operating objectives.
Our initial approach:
- Study existing plant operation or new construction P&IDs
- Perform detailed process operation analysis
- Define basic operator interface, including graphic interface
- Develop basic and advanced regulatory process control functions
- Formulate supervisory (model-based/optimization) control functions
- Check installed regulatory database and provide loop check assistance
- Tune basic regulatory control functions
- Implement advanced regulatory control functions
- Perform process identification/develop parametric, step-response or equation-of-state models
- Develop and implement supervisory control functions
Fully Committed to Your Success
ProSys’ success can be attributed to our group of talented, experienced and highly motivated employees who combine engineering and technical expertise with the ability to be dynamic, innovative team members and leaders. We are driven to provide quality and timely solutions to clients in a collaborative environment that values open communication, creativity, integrity and diversity.
Our emphasis is on maximizing the customer’s control system, which results in reduced energy consumption, improved product quality control, increased product recovery and significant additional benefits. ProSys’ specialized process control applications help with achieving a more profitable plant operation. Our alarm management solutions dynamically configure the control system, enabling the operator to focus on the task at hand which reduces time in abnormal situations. Our operator interface provides a clear and accurate view of the control system.
- AgileOps - applications that provide consistency and reliability to the system by keeping it optimally configured for the process state; including alarm system design, dynamic alarming and alarm shelving
- Dynamic Configuration Software - the most widely used real-time dynamic alarm management software worldwide for TPS/TDC3000
- Interface Dynamics - human machine interface that provides a clearer, more accurate and more reliable view of the control system for operators
- Control Dynamics - basic control templates and advanced algorithms that more accurately and easily achieve your desired control objectives
- Advanced Process Control with Cutler Technology Corporation [CTC]
- Mimic by Mynah Technologies
- Previse by Mtell
Our engineers are challenged to apply their knowledge and talent while getting hands-on exposure to a variety of national and international projects. They are placed with dynamic, accomplished teams that provide professional growth and allows them to quickly develop skills that could take years elsewhere.
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