How to transform your plant

LAP and the New Industrial Revolution


How do factories currently struggle with Automaton?

  • Lean on programmers for all aspects of automation
  • Inefficient manufacturing processes due to high automation costs and time constraints
  • Feel tied to one automation hardware vendor due high cost of changing install base
  • Finding effective automation engineers and technicians
  • Reliant on outside automation service providers for support and project execution
  • Lack of programming standards
  • Lack of understanding the control system and how it operates
  • Significant downtime due to lack of visibility into control system

What can factories do with LAP?

  • Leverage existing staff to increase efficiency
  • Provide intuitive real time feed back to the plant floor
  • Have the same look and feel across multiple automation platforms
  • Alter processes quickly for unmatched flexibility
  • Give the plant floor the ability to easily troubleshoot and diagnose process upsets
  • Provide entire organization an easy-to-understand automation programming standard
  • Utilize real time documentation for compliance and understanding of automated processes
  • Provide entire organization an easy-to-understand automation programming standard
  • Increased uptime and productivity without major capital investment

What LAP is not?

  • LAP does not force specific controls strategies
  • LAP will not automatically adapt to fit optimize your process (yet)
  • LAP will not eliminate the need for plant controls personal, but will allow them to perform at a elevated capacity

What LAP is?

  • A universal sequencing approach driven by data which uses a hierarchy of sequences to delivery consistent and contextual control and data where and when it is required.
  • Reduces automation development time by allowing a wider audience into the world of process automation.
  • Enables manufactures to achieve the future of automation by freeing up resources to address future needs and digital transformation.

What can LAP do about this?

No Code process changes
Scalable licensing structure

Platform independence

Intuitive real time plant floor visibility
Configuration storage a retrieval
Recipe management
MES data made easy
On demand control system documentation
Quality assurance integration
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Material traceability
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Material consumption
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