Control Dynamics uses IntelliMax for offshore control systems
"We selected IntelliMAX by SENSYS because of its advanced technology over other human-machine interfaces," says Van Wilson, President of CDI. "IntelliMAX has clearly been designed for high performance and integrity, something our oil and gas clients require. IntelliMAX comes bundled with a complete set of OPC-based interfaces, which can be readily used without additional development. The scalability of the product was also a factor in our decision as our clients require systems that can be easily expanded as needed over time."
"While IntelliMAX is already in use in both upstream and downstream applications, the advanced, turn-key solutions from CDI provide IntelliMAX with new market opportunities," says Sohail Qadir, President of SENSYS. "Our partnership with CDI offers our customers an option to obtain system integration and consulting services to ensure the success of their projects. We are quite pleased to have CDI as a value-added reseller of IntelliMAX."
About Control Dynamics International
Founded in 1991 in Houston, Texas, CD has grown to be a recognized industry leader in designing and implementing some of the largest, most advanced control solutions for all segments of the hydrocarbon supply chain; upstream, midstream and downstream. CDI has completed over 1,000 process control projects worldwide, including Distributed Control Systems (DCS), Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and Hybrid Distributed Control Systems.
CDI employs certified Professional Engineers (PE's) and Project Management Professionals (PMP's), degreed in electrical engineering, computer science and chemical engineering. As an ISO 9001:2000 certified company, the CDI project methodology encompasses all project phases, including design, life-cycle cost analysis, systems and equipment selection, software development, quality control procedures, and supporting business processes. These rigorous processes and procedures help to assure that projects are on-time, on-budget, and meet the high reliability requirements of the energy industry.
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