In late February, Rockwell released v31 of Studio 5000. Without writing you a novel, we wanted to share some of the highlights so we asked Lex Kasacavage, Solution Architect for Rockwell Automation here in the Philadelphia area, to give us a quick rundown.
Take a listen – the attached 20 minute brief highlights the Top 10 new features you need to know about. Lex focuses on the Logix Designer part of Studio 5000, which is what you likely use to program your CompactLogix or ControlLogix solutions from Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley.
What’s in v31, you wonder? A new GUI? Yes. Support for dual monitors and a tabbed interface? Yes. A new way to do alarming? Yes!
Julia Santogatta is the Director of Networking, Automation, & Information Solutions at Rumsey. She has spent 15+ years working with customers in industrial manufacturing, system integration and machine building. Prior to joining Rumsey she spent 10 years with Rockwell Automation and five years with the Belden cable and networking brands – Belden, Hirschmann, Tofino and GarrettCom.