Spiro welcomes our newest team member: Kevin Chernets!   Kevin brings over 25 years of experience in software development and joins our  Team as Full Stack Web Developer. With a vast range of experience, Kevin has a huge skill set but we hope to help him learn...

Developing control software over the years at Spiro, we realized that easy and stable data communication is key to a successful project. Over the years, the industry has been shifting towards the new age industrial and IOT communications protocols. These are protocols like OPCUA and...

In November, members of the Spiro Control team attended the IChemE "Advances in Process Automation and Control 2019" conference in Manchester, UK. Patrick Thorpe (Spiro Control) and Jerome Berjouan (Arkema) The conference welcomed a number of industrial partners and academics from the control community. Featured...

The Research & Development Petroleum Conference and Exhibition (RDPETRO) 2018 Technical Program Committee has selected Spiro Control to present at RDPETRO in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. We will be giving an Oral presentation of our paper on Cooperative distributed control: Model predictive control for...

April 22-26 2018 – Orlando The AIChE Spring Meeting is the year’s key technical conference for practicing chemical engineers. A wide range of subjects relevant to the current needs of industry is covered. Plus, GCPS covers the critical needs of process safety practitioners more broadly and...

[video width="1920" height="1080" mp4="http://www.spirocontrol.com/wp-content/uploads/2018-03-20-10.00-Cooperative-Distributed-Control_-Model-Predictive-Control-for-the-Industrial-Internet-of-Things.mp4"][/video] Cooperative Distributed Model Predictive Control (MPC) is receiving significant attention as a major next generation MPC technology and potential key component in unlocking the potential of the Industrial Internet of Things. Cooperative Distributed Control enables a distributed network of cooperating controllers to...

The basics done well + ruthless consistency = high performance. A simple formula for success, often overlooked. In the context of running a process plant, effective maintenance of PID loops falls squarely into the category of getting the basics done well. PID is the dominant regulatory...