Schneider launches 'PlantStruxure' - a collaborative system for process management
07 July 2011
Schneider Electric has released its PlantStruxure architecture, a new collaborative system that allows enterprises to meet their automation needs and at the same time deliver on growing energy management requirements. The platform integrates both hardware and software components throughout the plant, offering flexible, scalable and collaborative architectures. It is a complete process management system that allows companies to optimise their energy usage while also improving productivity.
PlantStruxure allows easy collaboration between plant and operation managers, as well as engineering and maintenance teams, using a powerful software suite combined with field proven hardware and open Ethernet-based technologies.
It enables high process availability and offers redundancy and functional safety at each level of the architecture, to meet the requirements of industries such as food and drink, oil and gas, chemical, petrochemical, power and mining.
Through architectures based on intelligent energy management procedures, organisations that use PlantStruxure will be expected to benefit from reduced project development, operation and production costs, while gaining real-time visibility of business performance, improved compliance and return-on-investment.
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