Process Control

Process control in the industry refers to the automatic control of process variables such as temperature, pressure, flow, liquid level and composition.

Process Control

Process control, also called real-time control, is a computer that collects and detects data in a timely manner, and automatically controls and adjusts the control object according to the optimal value, such as control of CNC machines and production lines.

Synchronous control

What is the program control method?

In general, the controls taken in management can be performed before, during, or after the action, called the three control models.

The first is called feedforward control or pre-control, the second is called process control or synchronous control, and the third is called feedback control or post-control.

The program control method is to complete the recurring business, and the executives are required to complete the standardization procedures to ensure that the quality of the business processing meets the control objectives and requirements.

Program control requires program setting according to the principle of containment, and all major business activities must establish practical procedures.

That is: according to the production process, the final point of each process is the program control point, and the producer of the end point of each process is the quality controller.

It is responsible for the unqualified processing and unqualified preparation, and has the right to make corrections so that everyone is monitored during the production process.

The program control method avoids the unruly rules of business work, unclear responsibilities, and mutual promotion, which is conducive to timely processing of business and improvement of work efficiency, as well as accountability of responsible persons.


The concept of the procedure has been elaborated when discussing the types of plans.

A program is a description, plan, and regulation of an operational or transactional process.

There are many common procedures in an organization, such as decision-making procedures, investment approval procedures, planning and control procedures for major management activities, accounting procedures, operating procedures, and work procedures.

Any continuous management or production technology activity consisting of multiple processes, as long as it has a recurring nature, should be programmed.

(1) The program is a plan.

It sets out how to deal with major issues and routine approaches to logistics, capital flows, information flows, etc.

In other words, analyze the work involved in the process, which departments and personnel involved, the route of travel, the responsibilities of the various departments and related personnel, and the required checks, approvals, records, storage, reports, etc, then do the research and planning to find the simplest, most effective and most convenient and accurate solution, and ask people to strictly abide by it.

(2) The program is a control standard.

It clarifies the processing of a business through textual descriptions, format descriptions, and flowcharts, thereby facilitating compliance by executives and facilitating inspection and control by supervisors.

The basic assumption implied by the program is that the problems in management are caused by the lack of procedures or non-compliance with the procedures.

(3) The program is still a system.

A complex management program, such as new product development, costing, etc., often involves multiple functional departments, multiple jobs, different executives and professionals, various plans, records, books, reports, and various types of management activities, such as research, planning, design, review, check, accounting, accounting, etc.

It should therefore be viewed as a system that analyzes and designs procedures using systemic perspectives and systems analysis methods.

From a system point of view, the level of programming of a management system is a sign of the degree of “order” of the system.

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