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EPLAN demonstrates EPLAN Cogineer at EDS

03 October 2017

EPLAN will present its new configuration-based design software at the Engineering Design Show on 18-19 October at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry.

Visitors to the exhibition will be able to evaluate EPLAN Cogineer and other EPLAN software packages suitable for all design applications on stand C50, where they will also have the opportunity to discuss their own specific requirements with EPLAN’s experienced engineers.

EPLAN Cogineer is an innovative configuration-based automation software package, which simplifies the move to automated working methods. It enables design engineers to generate electrical and fluid schematics at the push of a button – without the need for expert knowledge, specialist programming ability or extensive training. Intuitive, flexible and easy to use, EPLAN Cogineer is an ideal foundation for design workflow, irrespective of whether a function-based or machine-based approach is adopted.

Visitors to the EPLAN stand will be able to see first-hand the capabilities of EPLAN Cogineer through live demonstrations. And, for those who want to ‘test-drive’ Cogineer, EPLAN will be making available booths for one-on-one trial sessions and demonstrations.

At the show, EPLAN will also be highlighting the Siemens TIA (Totally Integrated Automation) portal, the latest version of which was launched in August 2017. EPLAN will have its very own new interface to the Siemens TIA portal, which provides a fully integrated engineering framework for all automation tasks. 


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