Automation Platform Opens Boundaries

ctrlX AUTOMATION reduces engineering time and effort by 30% to 50%.

Rexroth

With the new ctrlX AUTOMATION platform, Bosch Rexroth (Saint Joseph, MI) has eradicated the traditional boundaries between machine control systems, IT and the Internet of Things. Centralized and decentralized automation topologies can now be created flexibly with the scalable platform. Thanks to a Linux real-time operating system, open standards, app programming technology, web-based engineering and a comprehensive IoT connection, ctrlX AUTOMATION reduces the engineering time and effort by 30% to 50%.

ctrlX AUTOMATION offers users a choice: They decide whether to program in IEC 61131, PLCopen or G-Code, or in other conventional high-level or Internet languages. This liberates machine manufacturers from dependency on the availability of PLC specialists and proprietary systems. Configuration and commissioning of automation components is completely web-based, eliminating the need to install software.

www.boschrexroth.com/ctrlxautomation; 800-REXROTH

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