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Accurate Control & Electrification, Inc.

Applications Engineering driven Sales Representation
in the
Western United States of America
for
ENGINEERING SERVICES: Solid Modeling - Engineering Graphics - Process Documentation - Marketing Diagrams
PLANT SERVICES: Facility Assessments - Whole Plant Models - Machine Assessments - Network Characterization
SYSTEM INTEGRATION: Food Processing - Machine Tools - Industrial Networking - Training
COMPONENTS: Electrification - Switchgear - Industrial Control Panels

Automation Control & ElectroMechanical Devices and Solutions for Industry


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Visualization Software

Clear concise graphical presentations of your process equipment and operations using all major platforms. (Wonderware, Rockwell Factory Talk View, GE iFIX, Ignition, etc.) The intuitive screens are designed to significantly enhance operator effectiveness while delivering up-to-the-minute status updates.

Some customers prefer colorful, animated, and 3D representation screen designs for plant control. Lush graphic designs are able to be provided by our vendors. But, ACE recommends customers specify ASM – Abnormal Situation Management compliant screen design for any plant Operator Interface Terminals in their RFQs. While the modern subdued ASM screens are not as sexy, they are far better for safe and cost-effective plant operation.

Lush graphics are very useful for marketing, investor & public relations, and employee training & motivation. ACE has vendors who can provide these graphics for specific industrial markets. The graphics will be created by staff that have both technical understanding of the application as well as artistic skills.











Rockwell Automation has both lush 3D and ASM compliant screen capability in their HMIs.




Colorful, animated HMI using gradient fills to give a 3D feel. A small change in color selection could improve contrast readibility.
Wikimedia Commons, public domain






INL Turbine Control System Prototype
Turbine Control System Prototype. Note that this ASM-compliant Level One Situational Awareness screen provides an at-a-glance information rich overview without looking like a P&ID.
Roger Lew, United States Department of Energy, Idaho National Laboratory, CC BY 2.0






INL HSSL
Human Systems Simulation Laboratory - where training and testing of fresh & modern Abnormal Situation Management screens for the nuclear industry occur.
United States Department of Energy, Idaho National Laboratory, CC BY 2.0






INL HSSL
Human Systems Simulation Laboratory training session using Abnormal Situation Management screens for the nuclear industry. Note that the screens still use color, but that they are more subdued and less fatiguing to look at all day long.
United States Department of Energy, Idaho National Laboratory, CC BY 2.0