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Plant Database

A plant database records raw process data in high speed. The major difference to classical databases like SQL or Oracle is in the compact, redundant data storage. Extremely high recording speeds are combined with local buffering.
Process data from a variety of units - at first sight without inter-relationships - are stored in a central environment. These data can then be used to display energy consumption, causes for downtime, quality, etc..

Plant Database in De Roeve Automation

  • De Roeve Automation uses Proficy Historian by GE-IP (Certified Solution Partner) and Process Historian by Siemens (Solution Partner).
  • We have already developed a good reference framework with both packages.

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