CIROS Planner is the software for the planning and optimization of complex manufacturing systems. CIROS Planner enhances the effectivity and the efficiency of work flows at mechanical design, electrical design, and control software design. Interdepartmental collaboration is improved in all stages of the production design. In practice, CIROS Planner supports you in modelling and verifying of designs. You will get reliable information on the cycle time of your automation solution early in the planning stage.
How does this work? How does CIROS Planner help you to improve your plant planning processes? Certainly, you are already using methods in the planning phase to ensure the later function and the resulting cycle times. With CIROS Planner, you can achieve the digital transformation of these processes. Break down the entire process of your plant into the smallest sub-processes and keep an overview. The graphic representation of the CIROS Planner directly shows you the relationships between individual sub-processes. Experiment with alternative components and assemblies and see immediately how these changes affect the cycle time of the overall process. Sub-processes that can be optimized are immediately highlighted in color. When planning a new plant, rely on digitally stored experience from previous systems and use this as the basis for a new plant. In the course of time, digital documentation of all planned and implemented systems is created in your company. This documentation secures your know-how in the long term and facilitates the training of new employees. Many industrial companies in Germany, Europe and around the world have been using CIROS Planner for many years. In a one-hour web meeting, we work with you to find out whether CIROS Planner can also be used profitably in your company.
For more than twenty years now, we have been developing the software, distributing our solutions successfully in industry, and offering maintenance, support, training, and services. If you want to learn more about CIROS Planner addressing your individual use case we will be glad to fix a date for a web-based presentation.
In the following, you will find an overview of CIROS Planner.
At the mechanical design of new manufacturing plants, cycle time diagrams for the whole process or time-critical sub-processes are created to ensure optimum cycle times. Even today, these cycle time diagrams are often created on paper by hand or using common spreadsheet software. None of these methods matches the requirements of modern cycle time planning. CIROS Planner is the software designed to close this gap. Create complex cycle time diagrams, even with parallel paths and methods-time measurement (MTM-1), by easy operations in a graphical view. Use sub-diagrams for structuring, observe the reaction of the critical path to modifications, and print results.
At electrical design, CIROS Planner allows for comfortable circuit diagram planning and management of all I/O modules and valve clusters. Actuators and sensors are mapped onto these modules by graphically interactive assignment operations. Functions for model checking and automated assignment of unique resource labels support your work at this design state.
For the design of controller code and programs, CIROS Planner allows for automatically or manually created sequential function charts (SFC) according to IEC 61131-3. Such SFCs can be exported into real PLCs.
Using extensible model libraries, you can reuse complete or partial processes modelled before. Model libraries can be structured and be kept in a company-wide model database that is completely integrated into CIROS Planner.
The following lists the requirement of CIROS Planner concerning hardware and software.
One free USB port or network access for server-based licenses
CIROS is being developed for the 64-bit version of Windows Microsoft 10. You should use a Windows version that still receives mainstream support from Microsoft.
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