Who do you know that would be interested in learning about PLC productivity tools? Make sure they sign up for this hands-on demonstration with Schneider Electric, which will introduce two productivity tools: EcoStruxure Control Engineering (ECEng) and Asset Link.
In just 45 minutes, you’ll learn how you can:
- Reduce design and commissioning times
- Increase the quality of your PLC and PAC programs
- Free up your time by automating tedious tasks, thus reducing overall task-related costs
- Minimize risk related to obsolescence and loss of intellectual property
There will be ample time for Q&A, so bring your questions!
Know someone who would be interested in attending this session? Invite them! This session is open to all.
About the Tools
The ECEng tool has four components:
- Verification - Tool that allows the user to verify conformity of a control program to a set of programming rules that you create
- Converter – Automatic conversion of a PLC program into another PLC format or C Language
- Documentation – Automatic generation of documentation and workflow
- Monitoring – System level support for troubleshooting in operation
The Asset Link tool enables engineers to create a fully integrated control system to reduce design and commissioning time to deliver long-term system consistency. Asset Link analyzes your control project and reads the configuration information: (Function Blocks), data structures (Variables) and meta data (Comments and Initial Values). It generates assets in AVEVA System Platform, with configured attributes and addresses reducing engineering time by 20%.
About the Speakers
Brian Curtis is an Automation System and Architecture Expert with Schneider Electric’s Industrial Automation Business. He is a certified Journeyman Instrumentation Electrician, AVEVA Certified Developer and EcoStruxure Plant Certified, he also holds a Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship in the State of Arizona. Well versed in Industrial Automation Architecture and SCADA Systems, Brian has been in the industry for 26 years and employed by Schneider Electric for 3 years.
Robert Willis is an Automation System and Architecture Expert with Schneider Electric’s Industrial Automation Business. He is well-versed in the Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Offshore, Water and Wastewater industries and is EcoStruxure Plant Certified. He is also well-versed in various Industrial Automation Architectures and SCADA Systems that are used throughout the various industries. He has been employed by Schneider Electric for 40 years and holds degrees from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana, Associate of Science degree in Instrumentation Technology, Associate of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering Technology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technology.