Knowledge Process Solutions (KPS)

Knowledge Process Solutions (KPS)

Knowledge Process Solutions (KPS)

Knowledge Process Solutions (KPS) deliver advanced software solutions to improve the business performance of large process organisations. Equipment Inspection & Troubleshooting leverage the expertise of key employees by deploying expert system software applications via either a web based interface or mobile device to support diagnostic troubleshooting of equipment operating problems..

Company details

Innovation Forum Innovation Park 51 Frederick Road , Salford , M6 6FP United Kingdom
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Business Type:
Software vendor
Industry Type:
Environmental Data and IT Systems
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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In today’s operating environment processing plants are under more pressure than ever to deliver improved operating performance with fewer staff.

KPS software products enable companies to make the most of their historical plant operating data and improve the performance of their plant. With KPS software they can rapidly analyse the factors affecting any aspect of plant performance, such as yield, energy efficiency or emissions and identify the causes of poor or abnormal operation as well as the optimum plant set up to achieve any objective.

Plant engineers often have limited time available to troubleshoot operating problems and even less time to optimise plant performance on a day to day basis. KPS real time monitoring capabilities continuously track plant performance and alert your engineers to potential problems including poor or abnormal plant operations with advice on plant diagnostics and optimum plant control settings.

KPS closed loop control applications increase production rates with reduced out of specification materials and reduced operator intervention.

Applications

  • Troubleshooting unit performance problems
  • 'What if' planning and optimisation applications
  • Operator advisory applications
  • Improving unit energy efficiency
  • Increasing yield of higher value products
  • Reducing plant emissions
  • Increased plant throughput
  • Automated equipment control

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