Currently, a control system gathers the information for the monitoring, control and evaluation of the productivity parameters in the plant. Facilitating their storage in remote databases, guaranteeing access and analysis from a specific site, such as a control room or an intelligent device.
The great benefit that control systems offer for an industrial plant is the collection of data that ensures productivity for the future. Undoubtedly, the human factor is critical and susceptible to omissions of information, making projections with imprecise data feasible, creating inaccurate information, reducing the efficiency of the production process.
And in case of failures, it facilitates the root location of the failure, generating immediate solutions that impact the profitability of the plant. Allowing to prevent accidents, failures and generating accurate maintenance alerts, sending decision makers immediate notifications to promptly address incidents.
Currently, the industry trends regarding the implementation of control systems are directed towards the technologies developed in the Industry 4.0. Generating the interconnectivity of users from remote spaces through a software, achieving the collection of reliable data and generating accurate productivity analysis. Industry 4.0 allows us to be anywhere in the world accessing information from a particular space.