Dec 052011

Siemens Simatic Step 7 Basic v11 Update 1 for S7-1200

SIEMENS SIMATIC STEP 7 Basic v11 Update 1 for S7-1200 (TIA Portal v11) | 2.85 GB


SIMATIC STEP 7 Basic is designed to be intuitive, easy to learn and easy to use. This provides you with highest efficiency in engineering. Smart functionalities such as intuitive editors, drag and drop as well as IntelliSense-tools simply let you engineer faster. This new software architecture comes from a stable source for future innovations – Siemens has many years of experience in software development and has thus made SIMATIC STEP 7 Basic highly future-oriented.

Supporting first-time users and professionals

With SIMATIC STEP 7 Basic ease-of-use is guaranteed, whether you are just starting out in engineering or have many years of routine. Engineering is easy to learn and use for starters and fast and efficient for professionals.

Different users may chose from two different types of views – which ever suits them best. Using the portal view, you have all tasks for an automation project at a glance. This means, beginners are supported with a taskoriented user guidance and with recommended editors that are perfectly fit for their automation task. When using the project view, your entire project is hierarchically structured in the project tree, enabling fast, intuitive access to all editors, parameters and project data, ensuring object-oriented engineering. Both first-time users and professionals will be able to solve engineering tasks fast and efficiently.

Totally Integrated Automation Portal

With the Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal), Siemens has redefined engineering. TIA Portal is by far the most intuitive, efficient, and proven engineering framework, enabling you to design all your automation processes optimally, from a single computer screen, along the entire value supply chain. Not only does this groundbreaking innovation allow you to work more efficiently, it increases both your productivity and your competitive advantage.

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