Brillux 油漆厂的自动化系统停机时间减少了 28%
- 自动化与控制 - 监督控制和数据采集 (SCADA)
油漆和涂料专家 Brillux 是中欧的油漆产品制造商。该公司的仓库和配送业务包括由西门子 SIMATIC 自动化过程控制器控制的全自动输送系统和用于减少停机时间的传统 MLOG SCADA 系统。
Brillux 是一家提供全系列油漆和清漆的制造商和直接供应商。完整的范围包括 12,000 多篇文章。
Brillux 与 SCHAD 合作实施 EXTEND7000 作为移动 SCADA 系统，为工程师提供“随时随地”警报。如果公司的主要配送中心出现问题，工程师可以收到系统性能问题的实时通知。此外，他们还能够使用标准的黑莓智能手机远程访问自动控制系统以调查系统性能问题。
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