Distributed Control System Companies

Major players in the global distributed control system (DCS) sector, providing advanced DCS solutions for process industries. Their technologies enhance real-time monitoring and control, ensuring efficiency in industries such as petrochemicals and power generation. DCS technology, ensuring cybersecurity, remote access, and data analytics for efficient industrial processes in sectors like petrochemicals and power generation.

Distributed Control System Key Company

*Disclaimer: List of key companies in no particular order

Latest Company Updates:

August 2023

Leading provider of hardware and software worldwide Emerson and Sartorius have worked together to natively integrate Sartorius's Biostat STR Generation 3 series of bioreactors with Emerson's DeltaVTM distributed control system (DCS). The Biostat STR Generation 3 for Emerson's DeltaV, a member of the Biostat STR Generation 3 family, is a pre-engineered solution that offers an easy connection for hastening and streamlining the process of commercializing medicines that enhance patient quality of life.

February 2023

ABB has released the most recent version of its distributed control system (DCS), ABB Ability Symphony Plus, to support the power and water industries' digital transition. The most recent version of Symphony Plus, which has more than 40 years of whole plant automation experience, will support clients' digital journeys even more with a streamlined and secure OPC UA1 connection to the Edge and Cloud, all while maintaining key control and automation features.

Customers now have access to digital solutions through the new Symphony® Plus, including fleet asset management made possible by ABB AbilityTM Genix Asset Performance Management. The ABB Mobile Operations program also enables users to view process and alarm data from mobile devices, giving them the ability to stay informed to react quicker, cut downtime, and save money.

For conventional Harmony Rack (HR) installations, a newly added SD Series e-Class process controller offers a low-risk, low-disruption retrofit solution. It gives HR systems faster processing times, more capacity, and more capability. By enabling plant-wide digitalization while minimizing the impact on process operations and system infrastructure, it achieves innovation with continuity.

Top listed global companies in the industry are:

  • Emerson (USA)
  • ABB (Switzerland)
  • Schneider Electric (France)
  • Rockwell Automation (US)
  • Siemens (Germany)
  • General Electric (US)
  • Yokogawa (Japan)
  • Honeywell International Inc. (US)
  • Toshiba (Japan)
  • Azbil Corporation (Japan)
  • Hitachi (Japan)
  • Metso Corporation (Finland), and Others.