Industrial system planning helps map out the future

The Automation and Control Life Planning Process from Schneider Electric is designed to provide its customers with a structure and framework for making industrial system planning decisions consistent with a manufacturer’s intentions for the future.
By Plant Engineering Staff May 12, 2008

The Automation and Control Life Planning Process from Schneideris information is used to generate a customized report detailing a comprehensive strategy to maximize the effectiveness and return on investment of a user’s equipment.

“Whether your goal is to prolong the life of installed automation equipment, upgrade to new systems or plan for future process changes, the Automation and Control Life Planning Process represents a critical first step in solution development,” said Robb Dussault, Automation and Control services manager, Schneider

With the help of Installed Base Consultant, certified by Schneider Electric, the Automation and Control Life Planning Process examines four primary decision criteria industrial users cite when formulating plans for the future of their automated system or process: process efficiency and resource utilization; maintenance costs; process modifications and expansions; and safety and security. Schneider

For more information about the Automation and Control Life Planning Process from Schneider www.us.schneider-electric.com/lifeplan .