AutoSave for the Utility Industry

Increase Safety, Compliance and Productivity

From electric utilities to water and wastewater facilities, there is increased concern over the potential for inadvertent or malicious changes in automation control that could result in hazardous situations. In addition to providing backup and recovery of data in the event of device failures, AutoSave can compare the program running in the device to the latest revision stored on the server or the engineer’s laptop.

AutoSave’s support for non-networked operations is especially valuable to utility companies with remote assets so that all changes made to programs in the field can be analyzed and synchronized to the server back at the office.

AutoSave for Utility Industries
Case Study

Case Study

The Water Corporation leads the industry in controlling risk of service disruption and reducing safety risks to employees by managing automation changes

White Paper

White Paper

Safeguard your plant automation systems from PLC failures, human error and other typical plant hazards with Change Management.

Non-Networked Brochure

Non-Networked Brochure

An overview of the AutoSave Change Management support provided for disconnected devices in the plant and and remote assets in the field