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The building automation industry makes use of many communications protocols for the transfer of data, including Modbus, Metasys, LonWorks™, and Bacnet. The process control industry prefers PLC based protocols such as Ethernet/IP and Profibus. Other industries such as the fire alarm panel industry and security bring their own protocols to the mix as well. The demand for centralized data and control is driving the need for the integration of these many and diverse protocols, and the integration path is not always clear. SFI can provide the expertise needed to assist with navigating the quagmire of decisions to be made during the integration process.
Need a presentation done on a communication protocol? How about a course on gateways? Network commissioning perhaps? SFI can customize a presentation for your needs and provide an authoritave and informative presentation for your delegates. SFI has presented on these types of topics to Companies and Conferences on several occasions, and has also had the occasion to perform Webinars on a vast range of Communications topics.
SFI offers 10 years of experience in PLC programming and Systems Engineering using Siemens PLC's, and also has experience with other PLC's such as Allen Bradley, Modicon and DirectLogic. SFI offers Technical Project Management and Systems Engineering of Automation Systems, and has been involved in several industries including Power Stations, Mining, Oil Pipelines, and Water Treatment.
Can you sell value added services related to products you are selling? Do you wish to avoid the management of resources related to those services? Speak to SFI.
We all go into business to be good at something. Sometimes we are required to do work that is not our primary focus just to get the job done. Network Integration can be like that, it’s not usually the reason why you are involved with the particular project, but it’s usually required to get the job done. Allow SFI to assist in ensuring that you get to focus on what you do best while making sure the Network Integration work is taken care of. Engineering workload cannot be controlled, and we are all happy when it peaks. However, those peaks cause havoc with resource loading and seldom justify the employment of new staff. SFI can be a part time resource for you to assist you through these peaks without incurring permanent costs.