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Evolution & Revolution

We are living in the age of the software revolution. The technology carousel is spinning at breathtaking speed. Things that are now standard were inconceivable five years ago. At the same time, the performance of modern software tools has reached unprecedented levels. But what does this mean for automation? For an industry in which continuity and stability are of the essence? Can the industry afford to forego the use of cutting-edge software architecture in the long term? And above all, what potential do these technologies offer for the industrial automation and engineering sector in particular?

Evolution or Revolution?

A video on a mobile phone? Standardised data exchange throughout the world? 3D visualisation? Animations? These are just a few examples, but they demonstrate what is now standard in large parts of the IT world. And in the automation industry? Of course, every industry has its own history. And as a consequence of that, its legacy problems. We have combined our many years of know-how gained in a wide range of industrial automation projects with the latest standard technologies from the software industry.

The Result:

·         Outstanding performance and stability

·         Standardised data exchange

·         High availability

·         Significant reduction in the amount of engineering

·         Excellent user comfort and software ergonomics

We call that evolution, for some people it might seem like a revolution.