Save valuable time with standardization
Rely on an integrated engineering workflow with libraries in the TIA Portal
Running work processes in parallel using integrated digitalization promises huge time gains in the development of new machines. Standardization provides the basis: You get a handle on the increasing complexity of applications, you can respond quickly to constantly changing customer demands, and you can guarantee consistent top quality in the development process. The Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) checks all the boxes.
Integration with no compromisesTo ensure all disciplines can work efficiently, simultaneously, and reliably on a project, it’s essential to have a uniform database, seamlessly linked workflows, and integrated interfaces. Using libraries in the TIA Portal, you can create a digital workflow, saving time and effort, while maintaining or even improving the high quality of your solution.
Standardization as a basis for digitalization
What does standardization in the TIA Portal mean for machine development? At the heart are libraries that you can utilize to put hardware data to use in a range of planning tools, have parts of the program code automatically generated, test the PLC code prior to commissioning, and exchange data via open interfaces. The standardization process is divided into four stages.
Helping machine builders and plant operators reach their goal fasterMachine builders are not alone in benefiting from standardization. Their customers, the plant operators, can also enjoy a whole series of advantages. New machines can be used faster, meet specifications and expectations more precisely, and are less susceptible to failure.
The faster way to an error-free plant
Efficiency gains improve competitiveness
TIA Portal libraries permit a continuous engineering workflowStandardization follows a set sequence to determine the ideal user-specific solution. After all, machine builders and their customers have many different requirements. By analyzing the current situation, it is possible to define the modules to utilize as reusable units. An iterative process is used to establish the opportunities for modularization, flexibility, and ease of maintenance, which are then optimized to suit the individual customer.
TIA Portal libraries help create a continuous workflow. Once the standard has been developed, it can be used for any customer application, which means a shorter development time and also lower costs. Modularization in the form of reusable units creates a higher level of flexibility and ease of maintenance.