Famic Technologies to present Automation Studio Version 6.1


Famic Technologies is presenting its all-in-one design and simulation software solution, Automation Studio Version 6.1 at this year’s Global Educational Supplies and Solutions (GESS), in Dubai, United Arab Emirates at Booth 11.

Automation Studio, Version 6.1, facilitates speedy delivery of training material and improves students’ understanding of concepts taught and diagnosis capabilities. At the same time it provides an optimal return on investment to schools, colleges, universities and training centers. Plus, the innovative and intuitive Automation Studio software solution allows you to develop realistic machine-oriented training material for every technology included in a mechatronic system. Instructors and application engineers can validate their concepts by demonstrating machine behavior with complete freedom to interact with controls and adjustable parameters. Automation StudioTM is an all-in-one flexible software, equipped to generate technical documentation and perform remote access training and diagnostic assistance.

Charbel Nasr, president of Famic Technologies, explains, “We are very excited to be at this year’s GESS Dubai as it allows us to make new partnerships, and provides us the international platform to showcase the new Automation Studio, Version 6.1, educational edition. Once you have viewed a demonstration, you will clearly see that it outpaces the competition with its intuitive features, totally new concepts, and clever functionalities that meet and exceed the needs in technical teaching and corporate training.”

The new functions and features of this new version include:

• Complete redesign

• New user interface

• 2D-3D HMI

• Mechanical links

• Sizing sheets

• Troubleshooting module

• Virtual systems

• Virtual instruments: Multimeter, hydraulic tester, oscilloscope

• Teachware

• Hydraulic manufacturers’ catalogs

• Teachware creation environment


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