Spiro Control has been selected for participation in the largest multi-corporate accelerator program in Central and Eastern Europe – weXelerate One of the world’s largest innovation hubs was recently born at the prestigious Design Tower designed by Jean Nouvel in Vienna, Austria. Spiro Control will work...

Spiro Control is offering manufacturers the opportunity to trial Spiro PID for zero cost. Spiro PID is a powerful analytics application that delivers continuous measurement and visulatisation of PID control loop performance, valve/actuator anomalies, and sensor performance. By understanding the cause of poorly performing control loops,...

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12-14 June 2017, The Vox Conference Centre, Birmingham, UK Spiro Control will be attending the IchemE conference: Advances in Process Automation and Control 2017. The conference, will address how automation technologies drive business performance in the process industries today and into the future. This two-day conference will...

Spiro Control was selected by Digital Catapult to present our technology to industry leaders at the Industry 4.0 Summit that took place in Manchester, UK on 4-5th of April 2017. Listen to our interview during the event to hear about Spiro Control and our insights into the...

  The process automation and control workshop held at Thornton Science Park on Thursday 2 February 2017 brought together academics and industrialists working at the interface of process engineering and electronic engineering. “Chemical engineers and Electronic/Electrical engineers don’t speak to each other anything like enough - maybe...