Intelligent manufacturing software

  • 30-Sep-2014 11:05 EDT
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The CNC system solution IndraMotion MTX from Rexroth has enhanced functionalities through Open Core Engineering. With Open Core Engineering, Rexroth enhances classic PLC programming by bridging the gap to IT automation. It increases engineering efficiency thanks to open standards, software tools, and function toolkits. Machinery manufacturers can create individual software functions independently, allowing them to access the control via defined interfaces in real time. This interface technology to Rexroth controls allows OEMs to develop individualized functional capabilities and set themselves apart from the competition. The Open Core Interface also enables seamless integration of smartphones and tablets into machine concepts, giving machine builders the ability to create useful mobile apps for numerous machine functions, such as allowing service technicians to perform wireless, remote machine diagnostics from anywhere.

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