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What happens if someone makes a change to a program that results in undesired performance, or corrupts the program due to inadvertent changes? If there is no backup the result is costly downtime and product errors. This video shows how MDT is able to “undo” with its ability to access and download the correct automation program to the device quickly. MDT AutoSave can ensure that if a device fails, the most current copies of program logic and documentation are available so plant operations can be restored quickly and correctly.
One of the easiest and most successful ways to launch an attack in a manufacturing facility is to change an automation’s device program data. An integrated approach to cybersecurity is necessary for comprehensive protection and it must include the management of automated device programs and their changes. This video shows how a sound approach to securing program device data includes three key areas: preparation, detection and recovery and how that can be achieved.
This is a brief demonstration the MDT AutoSave Change Management System for automated devices. The video shows how AutoSave captures and stores all automation program changes as they are made so that the correct program can be accessed quickly and correctly for rapid recovery from failures. Also demonstrated is AutoSave’s ability to compare programs and identify differences, protecting users and assets. These are just a couple of the features available with AutoSave.
Learn how a major water utility implemented an automation change management solution to ensure consistent process optimization and efficiency resulting in a decrease in customer service disruption and a reduction in safety risks to employees. The product demonstration shows how AutoSave enables users to: track and synchronize device changes in the plant (networked assets) as well as in remote areas (non-networked assets), enable System Integrators and off-site development teams to work on programs without providing direct access to the device, learn how to rapidly recover from device failures and mistakes, protect people and processes with the ability to compare programs running on the device with the program on the engineers, increase productivity by copying programs to create new programs in the field