|[March 03, 2014]
e-F@ctory Alliance Rely on nxtControl for Distributed Automation Architecture
LEOBERSDORF, Austria --(Business Wire)--
e-F@ctory Alliance partner nxtControl is leader in distributed
automation systems technology and a pioneer in automation solutions
according to IEC (News - Alert) 61499 standard since 2007. This standard deals with
systems with distributed automation intelligence, as it is used in
almost all applications nowadays. End-customers need to work with all
sorts of platforms. This variety of distributed, decentralised systems
is constantly increasing the costs of engineering, commissioning and
nxtControl has created the best solution based on IEC 61499 and the
seamless blend of different technologies to master this complexity. The
integration of all pertinent automation tasks in one single tool makes
nxtControl the most efficient and cost saving engineering tool for
distributed automation architectures.
Thomas Lantermann, Senior Business Development Manager of Mitsubishi (News - Alert)
Electric B.V., Factory Automation - European Business Group emphasizes:
"Control applications in distributed plant and equipment soon become
very complex. An IEC 61499-compliant automation architecture is the
right solution for developing and adapting complex systems."
To Horst Mayer, Managing Partner at nxtControl GmbH, the partnership
within the e-F@ctory alliance offers an outstanding opportunity:
"Together we support the dissemination and enforcement of a modern and
unmatched efficient automation technology. The partnership opens the
door to new international markets for nxtControl".
About nxtControl GmbH
nxtControl is developing advanced automation software products for
buildings and industrial automation. The company is world leader in the
IEC61499 distributed control technology. nxtControl products help to
significantly reduce engineering efforts and to create more flexible
solutions. The dynamically growing company has been established with the
focus to improve automation engineering fundamentally.
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