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Integrity Software: first to map the automation genome

By Gerald Ondrey |

Last month, PAS, Inc. (Houston; www.pas.com) launched Integrity Automation Genome Software, said to be the world’s first software capable of analyzing assets, functionality and dataflow within and among automation and production systems. Integrity provides a universal framework for aggregating and contextualizing assets while mapping dataflow. The software interfaces with each individual data source through a library of asset models, which include the majority of distributed control systems (DSCs), programmable logic controllers (PLCs) safety instrumented systems (SISs), HMI/SCADA packages, historians and asset management packages. Integrity imports system database configurations, checks data consistency and automatically generates control diagrams to assist with control strategy visualization. The details of the inter-relationship of data objects are displayed together with appropriate documentation, which can be “attached” by means of a Smart Link.   Click here for a full pdf version of the Chementator Section
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