ABB Automation Builder

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October 23, 2017

ABB Automation Builder is the integrated software suite for machine builders and system integrators wanting to automate their machines and systems in a productive way. Combining the tools required for configuring, programming, debugging and maintaining automation projects from a common intuitive interface, Automation Builder addresses the largest single cost element of most of today’s industrial automation projects: software.

– ABB Automation Builder covers the engineering of ABB PLCs, Safety PLCs, control panels, drives, motion and robots.

– Automation Builder is available for download. A convenient setup helps to configure the installation, it also handles license registration, maintenance and updates of the software.

– Automation Builder is available in Basic, Standard and Premium editions fitting the needs of small projects and managing the challenges of many and large projects for OEM and system integrators.

– To learn more, please see Automation Builder Platform and Software pages.

For more information:

http://new.abb.com/plc/automationbuilder

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