Process automation

Process automation requires insight into your entire process; into knowledge of your application and even your industry. Inteqnion is a sister company of Ottevanger Milling Engineers and specialized in control systems and automation for the feed- flour and bulk industry. Inteqnion’s software engineers work daily on improving automation of feed mills from all over the world.

We offer the following solutions:

  • PLC engineering & programing
  • SCADA visualization
  • SCADA touch panel control
  • MES integration
  • Industrial Networks (Profibus, Profinet, ASI, Ethernet etc.)

Besides the above mentioned activities, Inteqnion developed specialized automation software for the feed- flour and bulk industry:

Batch Explorer is our own Batch Processing Software Package for control of intake, batching, grinding, mixing, pelleting, coating and bulk out loading. Of course the most recent developments are integrated in Batch Explorer, such as contamination and tracking & tracing.

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Batch Explorer – MES software

Batch Explorer is a modern and very comprehensively software package, which is developed by Inteqnion especially for the batch processing industry. By means of the easy and synoptic menu structure, it is very easy to control your processes quickly and efficiently. Batch Explorer is already implemented in numerous of installations all over the world and has proven to be very reliable and stabile. It can be used for both small and big plants. The program is developed with standard software and has an open structure, which makes it easy to adjust to the customer wishes. The Siemens WinCC SCADA package is used for all visual displays. Batch Explorer uses the Microsoft SQL database. This software characterizes by its powerfull, professional and stable database, which is used in the most complex and demanding environments. Batch Explorer is build as a modular program. In this way the program can be developed and added according to customers requirements. More information about Inteqnion: