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Mitsubishi Electric extends system monitoring and process control software

Expanding IoT needs
Mitsubishi Electric extends system monitoring and process control software

Supporting the increasing focus on digital manufacturing and IoT, Mitsubishi Electric has extended its Scada lineup for EMEA markets, now offering two additional types of software for system monitoring and process control under the series name Genesis64, complementing the existing Maps Scada software. The new lineup will meet the diversifying IoT needs, covering a wide variety of purposes from small production line monitoring and control to multisite monitoring and business intelligence (BI) for plant-wide systems, process automation as well as utility and building automation. The Genesis64 Basic Scada is an entry-level software with essential functions for small production lines, and the Genesis64 advanced application server is a full Scada suite for large-scale monitoring of factories, buildings, and utilities.

For customers with bigger system needs, the full suite will help to create a serverless system using cloud computing, which will facilitate the construction of redundant, multilocation or other highly secure, large-scale systems. This software can also connect to wearable devices such as smart glasses and smart watches, supporting customers interested in introducing remote monitoring or giving work instructions remotely. Furthermore, the software can be operated by voice commands with the use of AI smart assistant speakers, which helps operators avoid touching the monitoring screen – another function that supports the ‘new normal’ in the manufacturing world.

With the extension of the lineup, customers will have unified one-stop access to Scada solutions provided by U.S.- based Iconics, Inc., a Scada and IoT analysis software company acquired by Mitsubishi Electric in 2019. Customers will be able to benefit from the combination of Iconics’ software technology and Mitsubishi Electric‘s FA technology spanning expanded software products and services from the edge to the cloud, all targeted at helping customers solve their automation and process control issues. This integration is initially demonstrated in the direct connection of PLCs to the Genesis64 Scada software, achieving automatic detection and smooth startup while eliminating the need for an OPC server.

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Mitsubishi Electric Europe
Harman House, George Street
Uxbridge, UB8 1QQ, United Kingdom
Tel.: +44 1895 276 600
E-Mail: info@mecc.mee.com
Website: www.mitsubishielectric.com

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