Schneider Electric's EcoStruxure software enables scalable design and operation of connected systems

Schneider Electric's EcoStruxure software solutions are designed to bring profitable, real-time asset and operation reliability to the industrial market. EcoStruxure is Schneider Electric’s IoT-enabled, open and interoperable system architecture and platform. The EcoStruxure architecture enables scalable design and operation of connected systems with cybersecurity built in at every layer.

The company’s EcoStruxure Maintenance Advisor and Condition Advisor software offers bridge the gap between operations and maintenance, providing predictive maintenance and decision support for itsEcoStruxure Foxboro DCS and EcoStruxure Hybrid DCS. By providing early, actionable data and insight into abnormal operating and asset conditions, the software empower the workforce to make smarter, more targeted and more proactive maintenance and operating decisions that improve plant productivity and profitability.

Delivered in a single dashboard, EcoStruxure Maintenance Advisor monitors the real-time health of equipment assets to detect abnormal operating conditions. It then automatically provides actionable, easy-to-understand data within the proper context, along with potential reasons for the abnormal condition and possible actions to take to rectify it.

New EcoStruxure Condition Advisor software enables real-time, automated condition monitoring of any OPC DA-compliant asset, such as intelligent electronic devices, motors and drives. Condition Advisor can also integrate OPC DA-compliant third-party systems. This new capability complements the software’s existing ability to monitor the condition of Fieldbus Foundation, HART and Profibus process instruments.

Category:
Automation and Control
Product Type:
Controls
Manufacturer:
Schneider Electric
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