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What is your plan to drive adoption of IEC61499?

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What is your plan to drive adoption of IEC61499?

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Re: What is your plan to drive adoption of IEC61499?

EcoStruxure Automation Expert is based on IEC 61499 and we expect the offer to attract customers to this new and innovative approach to automation.

 

As part of the offer, we are also launching a software only version (Soft dPAC) that can run on Linux devices. As a result we are confident that will see distributed information and control applications appearing on PC-based controllers and devices like industrial Raspberry Pis.

 

Please contact your Schneider Electric representative to learn more about IEC 61499 adoption activities.

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Re: What is your plan to drive adoption of IEC61499?

EcoStruxure Automation Expert is based on IEC 61499 and we expect the offer to attract customers to this new and innovative approach to automation.

 

As part of the offer, we are also launching a software only version (Soft dPAC) that can run on Linux devices. As a result we are confident that will see distributed information and control applications appearing on PC-based controllers and devices like industrial Raspberry Pis.

 

Please contact your Schneider Electric representative to learn more about IEC 61499 adoption activities.

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