System Integration

A working definition:

System Integrator (n): Expert who can take challenging equipment and software from different vendors, make sense of it all, add or design whatever other hardware/software is necessary, thereby integrating the various pieces into a
useful system.

That's who we are at Automation Horizons: experts at your disposal for large, long-term projects as well as small, short-term assignments or even minor consultations. It can be cost-prohibitive to keep an expert on a plant's payroll. If you don't require the expert's services full time, it is more cost-effective to hire the expert on an as needed basis, reducing your ongoing expenses.

Automation Horizons, Inc. believes that fully understanding the needs of our clients is crucial to overall system design success. We will make sure that we have a clear understanding of your requirements, and only then will we determine the best solution.

What's more, you'll find our systems will not only meet your needs today, but provide flexibility for future modifications - saving you both time and money.

Services Offered

  • Industrial Control
  • Distributed Control Systems
  • Programmable Controllers: Allen-Bradley, Siemens, Modicon/Schneider, General Electric, Mitsubishi, Omron, and others
  • AC/DC Drive Systems
  • Supervisory computers
  • Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs)
  • Stand-alone color graphics using PanelMate, Allen-Bradley PanelView
  • PC-based graphics using Wonderware InTouch, Allen-Bradley RSView, GE Proficy iFix
  • Plant Information Networks
  • Real-time analysis and display of process variables
  • Archival of data to storage media for future recall
  • Historical Trending Analysis
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC) / Statistical Quality Control (SQC)
  • Relational databases: Oracle, Microsoft SQL, DB2, Microsoft Access