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Minimizing variability and maximizing production

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What if you could fine-tune your control system to minimize variability and maximize production? There are hundreds of process loops in an ethanol plant that can be a significant source of variability. Taking the time to identify variability and determining if control loops are a contributor is often complex and time consuming. Until now. Trident […]

Trident’s innovative e-store for previously used DCS hardware

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In order to better support customers, Trident Automation is providing a service—an online e-store featuring previously used hardware. The Trident e-store has been open as of Oct. 3, 2017 and provides hundreds of replacement parts for businesses currently running APACS, Foxboro and other control systems. Siemens announced it will discontinue support for the APACS system […]

Why upgrade?

The distributed control system (DCS) is the brain of any manufacturing plant, providing the intricate knowledge and responsiveness needed to keep production running smoothly. For many plants, the decision to upgrade a DCS is often made well beyond the life of the system, when operations are starting to fail or falling behind current technology. So […]

Advanced and Enhanced

Trident Automation has been featured in an article by Ethanol Producer Magazine. Check out the article, Advanced and Enhanced written by Susanne Retka Schill.

Trident’s Focus: Customer Confidence and Trust

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Trident Automation has been featured in an article by AutomationWorld Magazine. Learn how Trident found a solution for ways to limit downtime during a control system migration for our customers in the continuous process industries. Check out the article, Using Simulation to Reduce Commissioning Time and Increase Customer Confidence.

Join Trident at the TEAM M3 conference

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Stay on top of the ethanol industry with networking and best practices at the Team M3 conference! Join Trident to learn from industry insiders about how to improve your ethanol operations. The association of ethanol maintenance professionals meets twice a year for networking; breakout sessions, presentations and a vendor exposition. Trident will be on hand […]

Meet us at the Siemens Summit

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Join Trident Automation at the annual Siemens Summit, June 25-18 at Marco Island, Florida.  Leaders from Trident will present case studies pulled from real-life experiences showing how the latest control system technology at work. Trident will host two of 50 user-led presentations—we are a Siemens Solution Partner and have designed and integrated Siemens products for […]

Trident Automation’s philosophy that keeps customers happy

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We’ve all been there: after a meeting with a vendor, you don’t remember a thing because you didn’t understand the layers of technology. If that ever happens here at Trident, we have failed. Our primary goal is to build a control system our customers understand—a system that is easy to maintain and grow with each […]

Empowerment. Direct customer contact. Professional growth.

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No, it’s not a self-help course; it’s what team members at Trident Automation say is great about working for the company. The systems integrator employs 41 engineers, technical staff, and support staff that service customers across the nation. Trident supports multiple industries, and customers depend on them to keep plants and production running smoothly. “I […]

Trident DCS Support Agreement troubleshooting avoids shutdown

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You’ve heard it before: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. In the case of E-Energy Adams, a routine check uncovered a problem that could have crippled production had it gone undiagnosed. E-Energy Adams is a 50 million gallon dry mill ethanol plant located in southeast Nebraska. The plant has a DCS  […]

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