Version Control for the HMI/SCADA Software Zenon

It implies a close interaction with versiondog, the data management system

  • Version Control for the HMI/SCADA Software Zenon
    Version Control for the HMI/SCADA Software Zenon

COPA-DATA and AUVESY are facilitating a close interaction of the HMI/SCADA software zenon and versiondog, the data management system. When companies apply COPA-DATA's technology in collaboration with versiondog, projects and data generated from zenon are clear and simple to use for both versioning and documentation.

Ensuring transparency and security

versiondog from AUVESY is a standardized solution for consistent version control and data management for automated production. versiondog can help companies secure their data and projects from zenon in an automated manner, control versions and document project states as well as efficiently handle data systematically using Lifecycle Management. “For companies today it is essential to have a consistent strategy and solution for their data management. If our customers use zenon in conjunction with versiondog, they can profit from transparent version administration enabling complete traceability of any project changes”, explains Reinhard Mayr, Project Manager at COPA-DATA.

Consistent data management achieves added value and reduces costs

Users can optimize their daily tasks and workflows thanks to the standardized administration and structured storage of automation projects and data from zenon. Time is saved searching for current, valid software versions as the last released versions of the software are always provided. A consistent data management allows companies to rapidly operate production equipment using zenon. It does so in a targeted manner and can quickly restore optimal states and avoid downtimes. Security and stability of production processes are also increased by identifying intended and unintended changes and thanks to cyclical inspection it is insured that the active software corresponds with the last released version. Furthermore, companies can comprehensively document their projects, data and applications and easily prepare activity logs.

Marta Roberti graduated in Linguistic Sciences at the Catholic University of Milan in February 2016. At the same University, she also obtained a Master in Publishing for Print and Digital Media in November 2016. Since June 2016 she is part of the editorial staff of IEN Europe and IEN Italia in TIMGlobal Media.

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