Change Management for Non-Networked
and Remote Assets
Do you manage remote assets? Are off-site contractors making program changes? Do you make changes to non-networked devices? AutoSave has you covered.
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AutoSave enables you to track and analyze changes made to a large number of non-networked devices and easily sync them to the server.
  • Version control for device programs in remote areas.
  • Track changes in disconnected devices in the plant.
  • Allow System Integrators and off-site development teams to work on programs without providing direct connectivity to devices.
  • Synchronize many changes, from many sources at one time.
  • View a history of changes performed on each device.
  • Copy programs to create new programs in the field.
  • Compare the program running in the device to the program on the engineer’s laptop.
  • Get updates to managed programs automatically (bi-directional synchronization.)
  • "Undo” changes with a simple button push.
  • Manage any number of programs on a computer.
“With the implementation of AutoSave, Water Corporations’ field staff, some of them located thousands of kilometers away from Perth metro in Western Australia, now have a fully supported, standardized change management application across all intelligent assets with access to a centralized repository for thousands of device configurations in more than 3,000 sites,”​
Ashley Vincent
General Manager Planning and Capability

Simple Steps for Managing Changes to Disconnected Assets

In only three steps, users can ensure that non-networked program changes are tracked, saved and protected.
Step 1: Identify programs to be managed
In the office, the Field Technician identifies programs of interest and AutoSave downloads copies to the engineer’s laptop.
Step 2: Make changes
Use the AutoSave client for non-networked devices to make changes to the program.
Step 3: Synchronize changes
Compare laptop with server and send/receive updates