MR Control Systems International Inc. has been providing a wide range of SCADA solutions and services since 1999. During the first 6 years of our business, we implemented several hundreds of SCADA systems across the globe for Process Control, Power Utilities and Renewable Energy industries. Through the implementation of these projects, we identified a series of gaps in many of the off-the-shelf SCADA systems.
In 2005, our R&D team set out to address these gaps by developing a comprehensive SCADA platform. This 10-year development resulted in producing the Sinolta platform.
The most powerful SCADA platform coupled with a highly skilled team of system integrators has transformed MR Control Systems to one of the most effective real-time Data monitoring and control solution provider in the industry.
Matt Eskandar, E.E., PEng
Founder and President
Matt Eskandar is an electrical engineer with over 28 years of experience in electrical design, automation, communication and SCADA systems. Mr.Eskandar is the founder of MR Control Systems and the architect of the Sinolta Integrated Software Platform. With hands on experience executing over 300 SCADA systems worldwide, Matt identified the need for a new integrated SCADA platform that could handle today’s challenges such as flexibility, scalability, efficiently, big Data and reporting. Matt’s extensive project and product management expertise coupled with his in-depth technical knowledge of SCADA technologies have helped MR Control Systems to build a strong development team that can deliver any complex SCADA application.
Director, Marketing and Sales
Steve is a seasoned technology marketing professional with over 30 years experience building and launching industrial, consumer and B2B products. He has orchestrated the launch products for major vendors in the Automation, Oil and Gas, Business Solutions and Education spaces. Steve is a techie at heart, with a deep technical understanding and the skills to communicate clearly at all levels. Steve launched several technology start-ups, selling one of them to a Silicon Valley firm with the technology ultimately being integrated into MS Windows.