Automation World published the results of their 2012 survey of their reader's choice of "first team" suppliers and MYNAH was honored in the simulation software category.
Gary Mintchell at Automation World is one of the leading voices in the automation industry, covering updates and the direction of this dynamic industry. In the annual Leadership in Automation survey, he gives his readers the opportunity to pick their "first team" of technology suppliers. I am very happy to report that MYNAH Technologies was honored with a place in the first team for simulation software. Gary's method for collecting the data and then sorting the responses is very interesting and keeps the survey a true representation of the views of the readers. I strongly recommend reading the full article, Leadership in Automation 2012: First Team Honorees, to see how he came up with the results.
To be fair, MYNAH was not the only company in the category of Simulation Software, but there are some key differences between our offering and that of the other honorees in this category. All of the other honorees in the simulation software category are large automation companies. Two of them are actually strategic partners of MYNAH and use our Mimic Simulation Software, with their own control system simulator package, for their dynamic simulation offering. It's almost like we were mentioned three times! The other two large automation companies have their own simulation software technology and compete with MYNAH. All of these companies are much larger in size and sales than MYNAH.
So why is MYNAH counted as a leader in Simulation Software among these giants? Because Mimic uniquely addresses the needs of the process industries. Mimic Simulation Software was designed and developed for the Virtual Plant, incorporating a control system emulator with a dynamic process and IO model, used for control system development and operator training. Operations managers in the process industries need the Virtual Plant and Mimic Simulation Software delivers this solution. (See Business Case for the VIrtual Plant.) Mimic users that have integrated the Virtual Plant into their control system management and operator effectiveness planning, have more highly automated plants and better trained operators. In this age of great operating challenges, plant operations needs new solutions to help survive. The Virtual Plant System using Mimic Simulation Software is an enabling technology to address these challenges.
At MYNAH, we are continually investing in Mimic Simulation Software with the goal of bringing the benefits of the virtual plant to more users across the process industries. Our next release of Mimic will continue to extend these business benefits through:
Thanks again to the Gary Mintchell and the staff at Automation World and their readers. To be on the first team of automation suppliers in the Leadership in Automation 2012: First Team Honorees is a great honor.
I look forward to your comments, questions, or suggestions.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Mart Berutti, 01/11/13
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