Distributed Control system

Burraq Engineering Solutions is a company that provides Distributed control systems (DCS) and other control systems for industrial and commercial applications. Burraq Engineering Solutions offers a range of services, including design, engineering, installation, and maintenance of DCS systems, as well as other control systems such as programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. The company can also offer a range of products, including DCS hardware and software, as well as other control devices such as sensors and actuators. 


Burraq Engineering Solutions can focus on specific industries such as power generation, oil and gas, chemicals, food and beverage, and water and wastewater treatment. A Distributed control system (DCS) is a type of control system that consists of multiple networked control units distributed across a process or plant. These control units are connected to each other and to the central control room via a communication network and work together to control the process or equipment as a whole. 

DCS systems are commonly used in industrial facilities such as power plants, oil, and gas facilities, and manufacturing plants to control processes such as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and to monitor and control the production of goods. They are also used in other areas, such as traffic control, water treatment and Distribution systems, and transportation systems.

Burraq Engineering Solutions is offering physical training in finds (Distributed Control System) Operation training. BES is the best Technical Institute in Lahore which is providing DCS online training for theists. We are serving in the field on electrical Automation and Electrical Engineering with experience of 8 years and 5000 + students, so all fresh graduates and young engineers are invited to join our job-oriented training sessions of DCS Training. Due to increase in online education trend we launched a platform Lyskills from where you can get access to our online video training in very low price.

  • What Is Process Control?
  • Seamless Integration
  • Integrated Process Control
  • Configuring with Function Block
  • Top-Down Design Methodology
  • PCS Hardware
  • Project Structure
  • Creating Projects in the MP
  • Setting the Language for Display
  • Assigning the Plant Hierarchy
  • PH Settings
  • Updating the Plant Hierarchy
  • HID Generation
  • OS Hierarchy (AS/OS)
  • System Configuration for PCS 7
  • Configurable Components
  • Using HW Configuration for the AS
  • Concept/Symbolic Channel Names)
  • Compiling and Downloading
  • Setting the PG/PC Interface
  • Downloading in STOP Mode
  • Configuring the PC Station (Overview)
  • Calling Up NetPro
  • S7 Connections
  • Integrating and Block Libraries
  • Organization Blocks
  • CFC Basics & Insert Block
  • Compiling and Downloading
  • Debugging a Program
  • Block Diagram of a Valve Control and Motor Control
  • CTRL_PID (with LINK)
  • Driver Concept (from V5)
  • Message Configuration
  • Sequence Structures
  • Action and Transition
  • Open SFC (in Test Mode)
  • SFC Operating Mode Logic
  • Run Behavior of an SFC
  • External View of SFC
  • System Configurations
  • WinCC Multi-Station Systems
  • Monitoring for SIMATIC PCS 7
  • OS systems with multiple servers
  • Central Engineering
  • SIMATIC PCS 7 – Operator Station
  • WinCC (PCS 7 – Basic Options)
  • Tag Management
  • Editors & Compile OS

SIEMENS Distributed Control System (DCS) is known as process control system (PCS), is a digitally working industrial control system (ICS) that controls distributed control loops in industrial plants or machines. It fulfills the tasks of process control technology. A distributed control system differs from a central control system in that each individual control circuit can carry out its own control. The individual control circuits are self-sufficient and connected to one another via a communication network. Process control systems are used to control industrial processes and improve their safety and reliability. They are used in many industrial systems. In chemical production processesand in petrochemical plants, in electricity and nuclear power plants, in food production and in water treatment plants and in many other industrial facilities. The process control system is functionally comparable to the network control system SCADA, in which data is recorded, saved and analyzed in real time . Both concepts work with a remote control center. Process control systems must be real-time capable, as well as high availability ensure and supportthe interoperability of different components.

Scalability O DCS

Although a PLC is able to process many I / O points, a DCS can process many thousands of I / O points. With a modular or subsystem architecture, you can add new devices to a DCS. Throughout the day’s you have a large system in which parts of your process are scattered all over the place, a DCS will support you much better.


In the same way, the DCS also has an advantage here over a PLC. You can add as many controllers and networks as you can afford. And if there is a problem, it will not affect your monitoring and control, provided that you have your redundant equipment set up correctly. This feature makes your system more reliable because it can keep running regardless of potential problems.


No surprises await you here! The more complex your system becomes, the more likely it is that you will opt for a DCS over a PLC. A DCS enables multiple processes and products as well as multiple devices in your system.

Benefits Of DCS

  • Shared use of resources (printer, files, memory…..etc)
  • Openness: Possibility to add proprietary resources (from different manufacturers)
  • Parallelism: Different processes can be executed on different processors at the same 
  • time
  • Scalability: Increasing the performance of the system by adding components
  • Fault tolerance: Tolerance of failure of hardware and software through the use of 
  • alternative hardware and software components
  • Transparency: User does not need to know the distribution
  • Low costs (PC, LAN)
  • Oil and Gas (upstream)
  • Chemical industry and specialty chemicals
  • Power generation
  • Hydrocarbon processing
  • Life sciences and pharmaceutical industries
  • Metallurgy, mining and mineralogy
  • Water and sewage
  • drug

Distributed Control system

  • Fee: 50,000
  • Duration: 1 Month
  • Timing:  9AM-11AM, 11AM-1PM, 1PM-3PM, 3PM-5PM, 5PM-7PM, 7PM-9PM
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