By John Cox
Control engineers focus much more time then process engineers on dynamic operational responses and signal trajectories. Control engineers often want to identify and analyze transient, non-steady modes of operation (e.g., setpoint ramps, startups, batch sequences, etc.)—for which Seeq’s extensive contextualization capabilities (capsules and conditions) were purposely built.
While they both derive analytics value from Seeq’s contextualization and calculation tools, there are several capabilities that control engineers can specifically utilize for their unique roles. Explore these capabilities which include evaluating and reporting automatic control benefits, process variation troubleshooting, dynamic correlations and modeling, control loop performance monitoring, and more.