Increasing digitalization enables innovative, connected software solutions and operating concepts. Thus, an efficient engineering process is increasingly becoming the key to success in software-driven innovations.
With Lenze FAST, our ready-to-use software engineering modules, you can build on an existing but flexible and easily expandable basic framework for the machine application. In the concept phase, the FAST architecture helps you quickly arrive at your own robust and expandable solutions. And: Due to the large toolbox and the extensive FAST services, e.g. for visualization, user or recipe handling, the amount of code that has to be generated by the user is reduced enormously. Particularly valuable is the integrated Lenze engineering tool chain, which optimally prepares for commissioning at an early stage.
Your benefits at a glance:
- Access to our know-how that has grown and been tried and tested over many years
- A software architecture that grows with the customer, with a comprehensive and mature application toolbox.
- All in all, this reduces software development times, increases the speed of innovation and lowers software development and life cycle costs.
We have expanded our proven software modules into the Machine Framework.
At the heart of the FAST framework is a service-oriented software architecture that even better meets the current requirements for machines in the direction of visualization, IIoT and cloud. The framework ensures interoperability with an OPC UA DI interface.
This enables the successive docking of beneficial services.
One example of this is Lenze's asset and error management, in which optimized access to asset information has been supplemented
with automated error management.
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machine applications in the age of Industry 4.0.
By using our software engineering solutions automation specialists can work the way they are used to – with a basic architecture.
The functions are encapsulated in the individual modules.