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We are here to help you see understand and make it work properly our name means something

“If you can’t see it, you don’t understand it. If you don’t understand it, you can’tmake it work.”

Stanford

SIS GROUP

Contact:

22 Electronicii Str.

Phone: +4 021 252 55 77

Fax: +4 021 252 56 94

WE are here to help you see, understand and make it work properly. Our name means something.


We are here to help you see understand and make it work properly our name means something

SIS GROUP

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Company products

Company Products

SIS carries out three main lines of products and associated services:

  • Process Control Systems

  • Safety & security systems

  • Real Time Informational Systems

  • Safety Instrumented Systems

Project References

2009References


Research development

Research & Development

  • Help-Center Platform with remote diagnoses and remote intervention for the management of plants in technological hazard situations PH CENTER

  • Open Algorithms, Sequences and Strategies for Automated Actions in Control Systems, in Hazard Situations, for Food and Petrochemical Industries BIBLIODAS

  • Integrated management system for energy consumption optimization SIS-EC

  • Alerting System based on Artificial Intelligent SALINT


Research development1

Research & Development

  • Integrated enzymatic and photo colorimetric system for the manufacture of biodiesel with automatic management  in hazard situations – SEFOIB

  • Grid experimental platform for application development of flow- oriented activities with dynamic allocation of resources PEGAF

  • System for tracking, locating and collecting data from moving targets through the network of mobile sensors CULORS


Company products1

Company Products

  • Outsourcing services:

  • Detail Engineering

  • System Configuration

  • DCS, SCADA, MES, PLC and RTu programming

  • CAD Services

  • Mimic Diagrams Design

  • Tests and validation

  • OPC Servers, drivers and embeded software development

Project References

2009 References


Company products2

Company Products

  • Contracting services:

  • Procurement

  • System integrator

  • Installation

  • Implementation

  • Commissioning

  • Training

  • Data base and strategy generation

  • Maintenance

  • Field control and administration

  • Recruitment

Project References

2009 References


Process control systems

Process Control Systems

Being the main promoter of the Fieldbus technology in Romania, SIS holds a leading position on this market.

Also, SIS owns agreements as system integrator for companies like: EMERSON,

HIMA ,

YOKOGAWA,

ABB,

SIEMENS,

ALLAN BRADLEY,

WONDERWARE,

ICONICS,

Rabbit Semiconductors

Project References

2009 References


Process control systems1

Process Control Systems

  • SIS expertise is already proved in:

  • Chemical Industry

  • Oil and Gas

  • Cement Industry

  • Pulp and Paper

  • Food and Beverage

  • Power Industry

  • Water

  • Machinery and Equipment

  • Environment

Project References

2009 References


Process control systems2

Process Control Systems

Monitoring and supervisory systems for:

  • Environmental

  • Water and waste water

  • Telecommunications

  • Pipelines

  • Power distribution

Project References

2009 References


Safety security

Safety & Security

Safety & security systems for :

  • Public and administrative buildings

  • Industrial installations

Project References

2009 References


Safety instrumented systems

Safety Instrumented Systems

  • Burner Management System

  • Emergency shut-down systems

  • Fire & Gas systems

  • Gas or Liquid-product Pipelines

  • Process Kiln

  • Overfill-protection

Project References

2009 References


Safety security1

Safety & Security

Public and administrative buildings

The systems cover all range of applications from small systems (apartments, offices, and agencies) to office buildings, banks headquarters, insurance companies and administration.

The essential advantage against the competition is the company’s approach based on integration of all the systems in to Building Management System.

To this, SIS can add the promotion of new technologies based on analogical detectors, wireless communications and perimeter area security systems.


Safety security2

Safety & Security

Industrial installations

Given the competition, SIS offers not only the conception and the integrated delivery of the safety & security systems correlated and interconnected with the automation system, but also consulting services, on sight tests and measures, the integration of new equipment in an already done system.

SIS offers also quasi-unique solutions for CCTV and intercoms for environment with high risk of explosion, etc.


Real time informational systems

Real Time Informational Systems

Based on the Smart Card and RFID technology, SIS promotes a series of the latest systems like GMS (Gasoline Management System), Loading Management System, access control, etc.

SIS is the promoter of Managerial Integrated Systems:

  • Information management

  • Management strategies

  • Inventory/product tracking

  • Manufacturing execution

  • Material and capacity planning and optimisation strategies

  • Automated materials handling and accounting

  • Marketing strategies


Arguments against the competition

Arguments Against The Competition

Being, from the establishment of the company, the carrier of the Romanian school of automation and process software tradition, SIS has taken upon itself the role of the pioneer in this field, achieving almost every year national premiers.

Over 30 years experience and the professionalism of the basic team, which is the main force in some fields, contribute to the position of a national leader.

The covering of the main categories of activity, specific for an integrator in this field: design, engineering and consulting for process control & instrumentation systems, research &development of new products, software implementation and engineering, installation, commissioning, erection and service not only for automation systems but for security and safety ones make of SIS an almost unique leader.


Arguments against the competition1

Arguments Against The Competition

SIS is already ready to make projects based on the last technologic achievements in the field. From the beginning, SIS has shown itself interested in the developments of PC 104 Consortium, Fieldbus Foundation, Device Net, MODBUS, LONWORKS but also in the smart card, ultrasounds, infrared, microwaves technologies, being able to make projects accordingly.

SIS has agreements to be an engineering partner or integrator for world leaders like ABB, EMERSON, Wonderware, Siemens, Allen Bradley, Yokogawa.

SIS is a founder member of ANIS (the Romanian National Association of Software Companies), member of ARIES (Romanian Association for Electronics and Software) and the organisational support for SISP (Process Software Engineering Society).


Quality assurance policy

Quality Assurance Policy

The objective of the Management of SIS is to provide its products in a manner that conforms to the specified requirements of the Company, its customers and all applicable regulatory authorities.

In order to achieve these objectives, it is the policy of SIS to establish and maintain an effective and efficient quality management system, planned and developed in conjunction with other management functions and ISO 9001 certified. This assists in the reduction of the potential effects of product liability as it ensures that all relevant safety standards are identified. Quality affected activities are suitably controlled and identified and appropriate user warnings and instructions issued. The determination of conformity of work to contractual and regulatory requirements is made on the basis of the objective evidence.


19 years of major accomplishments

19 Years of Major Accomplishments

  • First safety & security system for BCR- 1991

  • First integrated safety & security system in accordance with our "Intelligent Building" concept - 1992

  • First computerized, multi - channel (64) flow computer, metrologically approved - 1993

  • First Integrated Managerial System - 1994

  • First SCADA System for water - 1994

  • First SCADA System for power consumption - 1996

  • First Optimization System for steam production and distribution - 1998

  • First Paperless Recorder – 1999

  • First system for editing proximity cards-1999


19 years of major accomplishments1

19 Years of Major Accomplishments

  • First Lloyd’s agreement – 2000

  • First export “Fire and Gas Control System” in Syria – 2000

  • First Building Management System-2000

  • First research work for equipment and software compatible with FIELDBUS FOUNDATION-2000

  • First DCS for refinery installations – 2001

  • the first Loading Management System for Oil Tanks – 2001

  • First Fieldbus Foundation Products – 2001

  • First research work for Smart Cards-2001

  • First metrological homologation for Flow Measurement on Open Channels – 2002

  • First DCS for Crude Oil Separation – 2003

  • First SCADA for water monitoring of a power plant-2003


19 years of major accomplishments2

19 Years of Major Accomplishments

  • First Field Distributed Control System (Fieldbus Foundation & ASi) for a chemical plant – 2003

  • First consulting services with Stone&Webster – 2003

  • First data/voice, safety and security for PORSCHE SHOW ROOM and Service-2003

  • First Integrated System for process control of a Thomassen compresor-2003

  • First “OUTSOURCING” contracts for DELTA V EMERSON-2003

  • First project for process control and instrumentation based on Fieldbus Foundation, Asi, MODBUS and PROFIBUS-2004

  • First “OUTSOURCING” contract for DCS PCS 7 SIEMENS-2004

  • First Power Distribution Control System for an International Airport – 2004

  • First “basic design” for REBIS Italy-2004


19 years of major accomplishments3

19 Years of Major Accomplishments

  • First ROCS award-2005

  • First WONDERWARE certifications-2005

  • First MES system for tobacco plant-2005

  • First HIMA certification-2005

  • First ESD assembled, programmed and tested-2005

  • First Burning Management System-2005

  • First CEEX R&D for Safety Instrumented Systems – 2006

  • ISO 9001 certification - 2006

  • First turn-key Process Control System for Malaysia – 2006

  • DCS and instrumentation detail engineering for Ammonium nitrate Plant Egypt – 2007

  • Bitumen and Fuel Oil Pier 5 Process Contol - Midia Navodari-2008


Main references

Main References

  • Process control for ammonia plant with pneumatic equipments

  • Complex process control in petrochemical and refinary

  • Utilities and energetic dispatcher

  • Communication software interface RS 232, RS 485, RS 422

  • Process standard programme system SP2micro

  • Host computer interface bus compatible IEC 61158

  • System software configuration elements and compatible structure IEC 61,158

  • System programs for automatic identification of the personal using advanced technologies based on smart cards

  • Visual inspection system with multiple linear cameras for integrated and optimized quality control on moving scene

  • Portable data logger for process parameters

  • Configurtaion KIT for SCADA applications RELANSIN

  • SCADA system compatible with Fieldbus Foundation


Main references1

Main References

  • A device based on artificial sight and robotic installation for the on-line automatic identification, localization and inspection of products regarding quality control, sorting and hook-ups - RELANSIN

  • Modem for radio channel with signal processor

  • Research on development of mechatronical systems for simulating the movements specific to walking for the recovery of persons with locomotor disabilities

  • Collaborative network for research on the effects of pollutants in the environment on health, in some complex systems

  • Embedded system based on telesensors for monitoring and controlling parameters in distributed systems in areas with broad support communication via wireless networks

  • Integrated systems of chemical technologies, command, control and management of production-based on systems with increased security and emergency shut down, resulting from the hazard analysis


Main references2

Main References

ROMANIA


References

References

ROMANIA


References1

References

Yemen

Egypt


References2

References

  • MALAYSIA

  • FRANTA


References3

References

  • SYRIA


Bibliodas

BIBLIODAS

OPEN ALGORITHMS, SEQUENCES AND STRATEGIES FOR AUTOMATED ACTIONS IN CONTROL SYSTEMS, IN HAZARD SITUATIONS, FOR FOOD AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRIES


Introduction

Introduction

In Romania, there have been permanent researches for theoretical investigations for automated control systems, and for implementing them in advanced programs for practical results. Our project aims to contribute to the acceleration of technological transfer in industrial environment of recent year’s remarkable studies


Introduction1

Introduction

  • The algorithms developed will be integrated in the Remote Control and Diagnosis Platform


Agenda

Agenda

  • Basics of hazard analysis

  • Project Approach

  • Objectives, activities, expected results

  • Partners and end-users


Keywords

Keywords

  • Process control

  • Library

  • Hazard Analysis

  • Control algorithms, sequences and strategies

  • Open-source platform


Basics of hazard analysis

Basics of hazard analysis

  • A hazard analysis is a process used to assess risk. The results of a hazard analysis is the identification of unacceptable risks and the selection of means of controlling or eliminating them

  • There are several widely used methods:

    • HAZOP

    • Risk analysis

    • P.H.A. - Process hazard analysis


Project approach

Project approach

  • Algorithmic solutions will allow an important rise of efficiency, even in the case of using personal computers of low level hardware and software performances.

  • Use of an open source library will support technical and educational collaboration, and will integrate latest researches in the field

  • Generating reusable algorithms, sequences and strategies

  • Risk management and operating procedure synthesis based on experience


Objectives

Objectives

  • Developing a complex software package and of on-line services, for process modeling in high risk and hazard situations, for identifying new strategies for implementation in special cases, and to establish a comprehensive database of hazards in food and petrochemical industries with the solutions for solving them

  • Building a database, both at a national and European level, upon industrial clients’ experience in the field disposed to participate in the research, which will contain examples of hazard situations found in different plants


System architecture

System architecture


Activities

Activities

  • Current stage: Stage 1: Evaluating the current context and fundamenting the solution

    • Has a theoretical character that consists in underlying, elaboration and verification of the technical and scientific hypothesis that leads to establishing possible solutions, taking into account the existing national and international situation


Activities1

Activities

  • Stage 2: conceptual model development, domain taxonomy, methods and strategies for platform implementation and their adaptability on the applications

  • Stage 3: hardware and software design, configuration and implementation of the system and the simulation on a functional model in virtual environments

  • Stage 4: documentation and functional model development, as well as its testing and validation

  • Stage 5: experimental model development, testing and validation

  • Stage 6: applying the experimental model on a case study; results dissemination


Duration

Duration

Expertise and work of the partners

  • Polytechnic University of Bucharest – will provide automated strategies, access to educational research – Administrative project manager

    • Informatics Research Institute – will provide algorithms and operating sequences

36 months


We are here to help you see understand and make it work properly our name means something

Future partners

  • Industrial research companies which will come with new control algorithms

  • System integrators which will add their experience in risk and hazard management


End users

End users

System integrators who want to optimize their control solutions

Owners of chemical, oil and gas plants who want to minimize risk and hazard effects

Owners of food plants who want to maximize their production by using advanced control strategies


Questions

Questions?


Phcenter

PhCenter

PLATFORM AND HELP CENTER FOR TELEDIAGNOSYS AND TELEINTERVENTION FOR THE PLANT MANAGEMENT IN HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS


Introduction2

Introduction

A long time very conservative environment, namely safe automation technology, has been strongly changing over the last two decades towards fully electronic control and automation systems.

In the market of diagnosis of industrial processes there are several software services which are specific to each producer and every application , and each industry .


Introduction3

Introduction

The diagnosis and debugging system will analyze the process data in real time by the specialists working in the centre using remote desktop, via internet.


Agenda1

Agenda

Project Approach

System Architecture

Objectives and Activities

Expected Results


Key words

Key Words

Help – center

Tele – diagnosis

Tele – intervention

Hazard

Risk


Project approach1

Project Approach

This project aims to achieve a software packet unique on the Romanian market, bringing new features event to the international market.

This kind of application runs remotely, via internet, supervising and tuning the control loops even if they are effected by different kinds of perturbations.


Project approach2

Project Approach

The main advantage of remote tuning system is the possibility of intervening at any time and from any place in the world.

The software package can be used permanently for the analysis of several the control loops or to monitor the performance of already tuned loops.


Project approach3

Project Approach

The diagnosis service will continue to improve , through knowledge data base building for more then one application in the same centre , witch will have multiple solutions , linking them together will be proving to be a key factor in decision making in future activities.

This will have a eloquent impact on the problem solving time as well as on non-functioning time in an hazardous plant


System architecture1

System Architecture


Objectives and activities

Objectives and Activities

To underline the importance of this project in our firm’s activity we will consider two defining aspects: to show the innovative character and the integration of the software package in SIS SA activity.

The project’s relevance can be proven not only through a modern approach or by functions and facilities offered compared with other classic diagnostic systems but also by a modular approach, by flexibility and openness of the system, which recommends it for new projects or updating old ones.


Objectives and activities1

Objectives and Activities

  • Project’s objectives:

    • Creating a remote connection in safety conditions using modern means of communication which implies the Internet and dedicated software.

    • Obtaining a diagnostic and debugging system for supervised automation systems with a nonconformingrunning


Objectives and activities2

Objectives and Activities

  • Project’s objectives:

    • Generalizing the software package: diagnosing and debugging will be made no matter the manufacture of the automation equipment or the mode of communication between them; OPC standard

    • By developing this project is ensured the knowledge assembly ( know-how) for all activities, at the Help Centre level, due to the Internet facilities.


Expected results

Expected Results

  • Remote diagnosis will offer industrial companies the opportunity to:

    • run test services for software and instrumentation

    • verify and modify settings

    • upgrade software


Expected results1

Expected Results

  • The clients will have a direct benefit from this service

    • they can solve their problems without calling long distances numbers , which will have as a first advantage no time zone difference

    • the diagnosis will be done online , an engineer on site will no longer be necessary, which will reduce maintenance costs.

    • experienced engineers will have direct access to the system, and they can work together with the local system engineer.

    • can have training courses for new operators


Duration1

Duration

Expertise and work of the partners

UPB - wide experience in coordination and realization of process

control research based projects, having specialized laboratories, will coordinate the project and the university team

ICI – wide experience not only in research projects, but also in analysis, studies and solution proposals regarding distributed architectures for accessing heterogeneous information: Grid, Web services.

36 months


Questions1

Questions?


E copt

E-COPT

E-TRAINING SYSTEM FOR OPERATORS, TECHNOLOGICAL ENGINEERS AND FOR THE MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS FOR AUTOMATION,

SAFE AND SECURE SYSTEMS


Introduction4

Introduction

  • Innovating the knowledge-transfer strategy plays a basic role in providing high quality support and assistance for the customers.

  • The companies deploy their activities through a structure that often leads to a gap between management and production personnel. A very effective answer to the requirements of flexibility in training is the distance training. The classification and reutilization aspects of the multimedia content play an important part in the improvement of the working environment.


Introduction5

Introduction

  • It will provide remote e-training functions that will be integrated in the Remote Control and Diagnosis Platform

  • The project fits to the European research strategy, integrating in the research trends of the FP7.


Agenda2

Agenda

  • Project Approach

  • Objectives

  • Activities

  • Expected results


Keywords1

Keywords

  • E-training

  • E-learning

  • Platform

  • Specialized content


Project approach4

Project approach

  • The e-COPT project wants to create an integrated system of e-learning components, which will allow the adaptation of the learning- instruction-execution process, at a certain moment, according to the special needs of a trainee.

  • The main purpose of the project is offering the client the opportunity to get specific training on a very narrow field, that aims strictly at the capacity of operators, technical engineers and maintenance engineers, to quickly assimilate knowledge afferent to the processes that need to be supervised as well as to timely respond to technical issues emerging on the technological line.


Objectives1

Objectives

  • Design and implementation of an e-learning environment based on web technologies, able to lead to the construction and the developing of a flow cycle complete, personalized for each learner, in the field of the automation system, safety and security.

  • Solving present limitations of the e-learning systems, especially the ones referring to the flexibility of the process of learning-teaching assisted by the computer and at the promoted learning methods, offering new facilities to specific groups of users


Objectives2

Objectives

Insurance of the compatibility with e-learning systems at the national and European level, by evaluating and adopting some standards especially for the e-learning domain (IMS, IEEE SCORM etc).


Activities2

Activities

Stage 1: documentation which consists in fundamenting, formatting and checking the technico-scientific hypothesis which leads to the establishment of some possible solutions, taking into consideration the situation on the national and international area

Stage 2: development of conceptual methods, methods and strategies for implementing the platform and the adaptability to other applications

Stage 3: hardware and software structures design, configuration and implementation of the system and simulation of the functional model in virtual areas.


Activities3

Activities

Stage 4: functional model development, testing and implementation

Stage 5: experimental model development, testing and implementation; writing documentation

Stage 6: proving the functionality and use of the experimental model on a case study


Expected results2

Expected results

  • Quantitative results:

    • Increasing chemical plants life

    • Decreasing general revision time

    • Increasing time between revisions

    • Decreasing the loss produced by accidental plant shut down

    • Minimization of equipment failure

  • Qualitative results:

    • High degree of safety and security in plant operation

    • Low risk of pollution

    • Decreasing personnel intervention necessity for operating, maintenance and managing the plant


End users1

End users

The research results will be applied to beneficiaries who desire efficiency by assuring safely functioning, avoiding instability situations, optimization of the energy consumption, stability of processes of fabrication in case of risk or unknown situations.


Questions2

Questions?


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