Mynah Technologies and ProSys have announced an enhancement to their strategic partnership--which was first formed in September 2014—in an effort to bring operator training and certification services to the process industries, specifically the petrochemical and refining in the Gulf Cost and Europe.
This enhanced partnership continues to provide Mynah’s Mimic Simulation Software and dynamic model engineering services combined with ProSys operations optimization and training services. ProSys develops training scenarios that are specific to operating processes, as well as for testing of alarm management within plants. ProSys will also continue to utilize Mimic to better predict and eliminate errors in alarm management systems.
This enhanced partnership allows the proven value of dynamic simulation to be even more accessible to the Petrochemical and Refining industries, particularly in the U.S. Gulf Coast.
“We are very excited to deepen our partnership with ProSys,”said Mart Berutti, president and COO of Mynah Technologies. “Life Cycle Dynamic Simulation with Mimic complements their industry leadership in improving plant operations with dynamic alarm management and advanced process control. Dustin Beebe is a visionary voice in the automation industry and we are honored to work with him and his talented team.”
“This provides a great environment for collaboration and improvement of our operator excellence solutions,” added ProSys President and CEO Dustin Beebe. “These simulations help to keep plants safe by providing much needed training for operators in advance of any incidents that can occur, especially during startup and shutdown.”
Mynah will now have a Gulf Coast Sales & Service office located within ProSys’ Baton Rouge, La., and Houston, Texas, offices, as well as a European Sales & Service office located within ProSys’ Hurth, Germany office.