Central control system solution for medical laser research centre

27 June 2016

At the Centre for Advanced Laser Application (CALA) on the Munich Research Campus of Ludwig Maximillian University (LMU), researchers will develop laser-based technologies to help improve the cure rate of cancer patients. CALA will rely on a central control solution from HIMA Paul Hildebrandt GmbH.

The concept, design, programming, installation, commissioning and subsequent service of the central control system will be implemented by HIMA and will employ a HIMatrix F35 controller with 23 remote IOs. That system will connect with subordinate systems and control many operational procedures.

In special cases, such as during fire alarms or power outages, it will initiate the required measures and provide monitoring.

The HIMA solution is based on a simple and compact structure that ensures maximum stability and economical operation. Its modular structure makes the system highly flexible and able to be adapted to new conditions associated with forthcoming CALA extensions.

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