Insist Avtomatika

Insist Avtomatika is a Russian control systems integrator that provides process automation solutions for customers in oil and gas, petrochemistry, transportation, and mining. The company offers a full scope of services including design, fabrication, start-up, commissioning, maintenance, and technical support.

Headquarters of the company and production facilities are located in Omsk, and there is a representative office in Moscow. The company has also set up a representative office in Houston (TX) in order to support relationships with international partners and clients.

Insist Avtomatika is a certified member of the Control and Information System Integrators Association (CSIA). In 2014 Control Engineering magazine named Insist Avtomatika the System Integrator of the Year.

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Company Information



Corporate Headquarters:
Headquarters, Omsk:
18-1A, K. Marx St., Omsk, 644042, Russia
Tel.: +73812370133
Fax: +73812321684


Representative Office, Moscow:
36, estate 13, Zarechnaya St., Khimki, Moscow Region, 141435

Key Accounts Management:
Mikhail Konchitz, Tel. +7913 617 8130
Vyacheslav Morenko, Tel.: +7 915 362 5411

Representative Office, Houston, TX:
139 Gildwood Place, Tomball, TX, 77375
Tel.: +1 (832) 380-1467

Achievements / Associations

  • Certified Member of CSIA (the company went through recertification audits four times)
  • Winner of the 2014 System Integrator of the Year award
  • Finalist of 2009, 2011, 2013 System Inte-grator of the Year contests
  • Schneider Electric/Wonderware Certified System Integrator
  • Yokogawa System Integrator
  • Rockwell Automation Recognized System Integrator
  • SIEMENS Solutions Provider
  • Honeywell partner
  • Microsoft Certified Partner
  • ISO 9001:2008 Certificate

Core Competencies

  • Process Automation Systems: Integrated process automation systems; Single process automation systems for field facilities; Local control systems; DCS, PSD subsystems; Automatic fire-fighting system; Communication and network systems
  • Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES): Integration with global field control infrastructure – real-time modeling and analysis systems.


  • Main Automation Contractor (MAC)
  • Main Instrumentation and Controls Contractor (MICC)
  • Survey and elaboration of automation concept
  • Design
  • Software development
  • Assembly and installation
  • Start-up and commissioning
  • Maintenance
  • Support and retrofitting
  • Fabrication and procurement