Process Control System Siemens Launches New Version of Simatic Process Control System

Editor: Dominik Stephan

The Industry Automation division of Siemens has launched the new version of its Simatic Process Control System PCS 7 – V 8.0 at the Siemens Process Automation Conference (SPACe), 2012, Hyderabad.

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“We are the only supplier able to cut our customers time-to-market for certain products in half by using software and automation technology, while significantly reducing the costs associated with energy or waste water for a manufacturing company,” says Dr. Heiner Roehrl, CEO of Siemens' Industry Sector.
“We are the only supplier able to cut our customers time-to-market for certain products in half by using software and automation technology, while significantly reducing the costs associated with energy or waste water for a manufacturing company,” says Dr. Heiner Roehrl, CEO of Siemens' Industry Sector.
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Hyderabad/India – The latest version of Simatic PCS 7 V8.0 has a host of advantages such as improved data exchange, simplified engineering workflow, scalable long term archiving system, ease in creating and modifying reports, redundancy-related and fault-tolerant functions to new controllers and extended functionalities for the software tools.

“Indian Manufacturers Have to Improve Their Productivity”

Speaking on the launch Dr. Heiner Roehrl, CEO, Industry Sector, Siemens, said “To capture the manufacturing opportunity available today - locally and globally, Indian manufacturers will have to improve their productivity dramatically. The advantage here is that our customers need not go through all the steps from ground zero. It is possible to enter at a high level of automation thanks to the automation products like Simatic PCS 7 which is available today concurrent with world standards.”

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