- The EcoStruxure Control Engineering range is made up of 4 different software tools:
• EcoStruxure Control Engineering - Verification
• Static analysis tool to verify conformity with a chosen set of programming rules and to help increase program quality.
- EcoStruxure Control Engineering - Converter
Automatic conversion and re-engineering tool for PLC and PAC programs, commonly used for modernization and migration projects.
- EcoStruxure Control Engineering - Documentation
Reverse-engineering tool that retrieves information from a source code and presents it in the simple form of control and data flows, and cross-references. For maintenance, impact analysis and change management.
- EcoStruxure Control Engineering - Monitoring
A real-time, system level diagnostics support for troubleshooting of PLC or PAC based control systems.
• Supports a number of different brands and models of PLCs and PACs
• Supports the five IEC 61131-3 languages
• Cloud or server based applications
• No software to install, accessible via a web browser and user login
• Different license types available to suit different use cases
The EcoStruxure Control Engineering tools can adapt to your project requirements:
• Configurable tools to meet your specific use case needs.
• One set of tools to manage even your mixed installed bases (multi-PLC).
• Collaborative tools providing relevant information to the different stakeholders of your project.
• Built-in knowledge of many legacy systems as well as the major modern systems.
- The EcoStruxure Control Engineering tools will enable you to:
• Formalise your program lifecycle processes for greater quality and maintainability.
• Free up the time of your project engineers by automating tedious tasks, and thus reduce the time and costs related to these tasks.
• Enable stakeholders to make more informed decisions based on comprehensive results.
• Minimise risk related to obsolescence and loss of intellectual property.
• Support compliance processes by using the results of automated, third-party tools as supporting evidence (as recommended by some standards).