K 2016: B&R presents mapp Technology for the plastics industry
At the K 2016 trade fair from October 19-26, in Hall 12 / Booth B16, B&R will be demonstrating how modern plastics machinery can produce a variety of products with no mechanical changeover. Modular software blocks simplify the development of new programs and reduce development times by an average of two-thirds.
Develop 3-times faster
For commonly recurring programming tasks, B&R offers modular software blocks that can be configured with a few clicks of the mouse. These mapp components simplify development of application software for all types of machinery and equipment. “With our specially developed mapp components for plastics machinery, the potential savings in engineering costs is even greater,” says Patrick Bruder, B&R’s specialist for the plastics industry.
EUROMAP out of the box
The unprecedented levels of machine-to-machine and plant-wide networking that distinguish IoT and I4.0 solutions can only be achieved with uniform communication standards. Based on OPC UA, the new EUROMAP recommendations – including EUROMAP 77 – are the perfect solution for this requirement. At K 2016, B&R will be presenting new mapp components to support the recommendations. “All the customer has to do is set a few parameters, and they’ve got a fully functioning EUROMAP interface,” says Bruder.
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