Digital Enterprise – Thinking industry further!
We are looking forward to welcoming you at SPS 2019, hall 11.
November 26th - 28th 2019 in Nuremberg, Germany.
Process control for today and tomorrow - SIMATIC PCS neoThe process industry currently operates in a very complex environment, and the requirements for its control technology are correspondingly demanding. SIMATIC PCS neo is the intelligent response to this challenge: a fully web-based process control system with object-oriented data management.
Web-based for outstanding usability and efficiency
Are you seeking a way to more efficiently control your global engineering projects and the operation of your plants? No matter the location? And no matter what device you are using?
SIMATIC PCS neo creates the ideal conditions for doing this. With a central, object-oriented data management, this web-based innovation ensures that all participants always have direct access to consistent, reliable information so they can make the right decisions as quickly as possible. During development, we also focused on usability as well as on lean, secure and reliable administration.
Future-oriented process control technology based on proven hardware
With SIMATIC PCS neo, Siemens is presenting a groundbreaking system software. For companies in the process industries, it opens up entirely new possibilities in the age of digitalization – such as global web-based collaboration in engineering and operations. The new system uses the recently innovated hardware portfolio and the application architecture of the comprehensive, high-performance SIMATIC PCS 7 V9.0 process control system. For its customers, Siemens thus optimally balances protection of investments and expertise with the advantages of the new system.
You’ll find out about this and much more in the interview conducted by Eckard Eberle (CEO of Processing Automation) with product manager Marco Nehmiz.
neo digitalization: Paving the way to Process Industry 4.0In times when digitalization is rapidly spreading, those who cling to the status quo are losing out on tremendous potential for improving their own competitiveness. With SIMATIC PCS neo, companies are taking a major step toward the digital transformation which is crucial to future success.
THINK neo – a new world of process control
Be ready for the future already today: A future in which new opportunities are created through holistic efficiency gains. A future in which users in the process industries will enjoy intuitive usability. A future in which web-based collaboration is redefined. Experience what it means to rethink process control technology. Discover SIMATIC PCS neo.
Simple, intuitive operation – for greater efficiency in everyday work
SIMATIC PCS neo proactively supports your operating personnel to make decisions in their daily work, and enables rapid analysis of process information as well as diagnosis of the automation system in engineering and in operation. A consistent, end-to-end workbench for all tasks and an intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) ensure unprecedented usability on both fixed and portable devices.
Seamlessly scalable – from simple applications to systems on a global scale
Whether you need to control small dedicated applications or a major process installation with millions of I/O: SIMATIC PCS neo grows to meet the requirements. Upgrades and add-ons can be implemented seamlessly and during ongoing operation – quickly and securely.
Fast, secure data access – regardless of time or place
SIMATIC PCS neo gives your experts direct, round-the-clock access to engineering projects and operating processes. From anywhere, securely and with no installation work, via a secure Internet connection. Every member of the project always works in real-time on the same database according to their tasks and within the framework of authorization and role management.
Global web-based cooperation in engineering and operations – perfectly network and in parallel
SIMATIC PCS neo enables simple, efficient management of global project teams, including external sub-suppliers, across all disciplines. The basis for this is data management that is always consistent, providing object-oriented integration of information from a broad range of sources in different formats and regardless of location.