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As Much (or as Little) as You Really Need– Why CAE Can Do More

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The market offers powerful tools for electrotechnical planning. However, they are not tailored to the planning of process-related projects. Users have to maintain the whole system, even if they are only making use of a small percentage of its possibilities.

Here, the Pro Dok Electrical Engineering module is a practical alternative, because when it is used, electrical engineering and I&C speak the same language, unified plans can be drawn up, there are no breaks between systems—and the number of systems the user has to deal with overall is reduced. And this saves a great deal of time and money.

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The Electrical Engineering module (Figure 4) provides everything that is needed for efficient planning, documentation and administration of electrotechnical elements in process engineering, starting with the planning of the infrastructure and the creation of circuit diagrams, through data processing and filtering, to analysis, data export and documentation, including color coding of changes.

Figure 4: The Electrical Engineering Module increases quality, reliability and efficiency when planning electrotechnical elements in process automation projects.
Figure 4: The Electrical Engineering Module increases quality, reliability and efficiency when planning electrotechnical elements in process automation projects.
(Picture: Rösberg)

Here, too, revision-proof data import ensures that planning data from other systems are taken over smoothly. Discrepancies can also be visualized in color. And thanks to the complete integration of both systems, the generation and maintenance of documentation requires less time and effort.

* The author is Head of Plant Solutions Product Management at Rösberg Engineering

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