SIMATIC Safety Integrated – all built in
One controller, one I/O system and one engineering for standard and fail-safe automation
SIMATIC Safety Integrated is the seamless integration of machine safety in the SIMATIC automation system. The system, comprising both hardware and software, offers the advantage of having the safety functions already built in, so no second, additional system is needed. This genuine integration not only results in potential savings on hardware and engineering, but also gives you the opportunity to achieve the perfect match between safety and machine design.
Webinar series about new functional safety
In this two-part webinar series, our expert Patrick Gehlen, who is represented in various standards committees and actively participates in the design of standards, gives you an overview of regulations and functional safety: How has the standards landscape developed in recent years? What are the most important changes? Can I fall back on sample solutions? Find out first-hand how you can integrate functional safety into your process in accordance with standards, sensibly and cost-effectively!
Integrated safety for your future automation solutionIn the age of Industrie 4.0, production lines not only have to be highly flexible, they also need to be available and cost-efficient. At the same time, they must comply with the necessary safety requirements. As the demands placed on the manufacturing industry in adapting to market needs increase, so do the challenges facing machine builders.
SIMATIC Safety Integrated implements consistent safety solutions based on Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) by seamlessly integrating safety functions into standard automation systems.
By putting these together with the SINAMICS drives and its integrated safety functions using PROFINET or PROFIBUS via PROFISAFE, Siemens offers maximum integration and consistency.
Seamlessly integrated safety technology for improved safety and productivityOur end-to-end, fail-safe portfolio covers all requirements and can be flexibly scaled as required. Integrating safety into the hardware and software portfolio gives you advantages when it comes to installation, and maximum availability combined with maximum safety.
Become a safety hero
The safety guide for optimum machine safety
Machine safety is a complex issue. Technical measures for machine safety make a significant contribution. Standardization recommends implementing a structured process.
But what exactly might a well-structured process look like?
We will show you what aspects are important, what is entailed and how you can plan and implement such a process in an efficient manner.
The direct way to your SIMATIC Safety Integrated contact
You have questions concerning our SIMATIC Safety Integrated systems? You want to discuss your specific challenges with us or are looking for the right project partner? Contact our regional offices – we are looking forward to hearing from you!