Do you use systems with different hardware and software components in your company?
Then you are aware of the enormous costs of hardware or software change. Through the conventional point-to-point connection between hardware and software, a change of one of these components leads to an unclear estimation of the cost for time and effort.
The middleware LabMap ® offers you the perfect solution for this problem. It neutralizes communication difficulties even in already existing systems. LabMap ® acts as a kind of intermediate layer that disconnects the application level (software) from the process level (hardware).
This is, for example, how hardware is integrated through a once-only created LabMap ® interface into a complete system.
The bigger part of the standard interfaces already exists and can be used directly through Plug and Play. This allows the application to work without knowing the underlying hardware.
An exchange of different hardware components is possible with little effort. With the help of the middleware LabMap ®, the resulting scalability, modularity and easy integration structure of the complete system offer you a concept guaranteed for the future.
Advantages of the middleware LabMap ®:
- Easy integration into existing systems
- Hardware, software and manufacturer independent
- Real-time capacity
- Low operating costs, low engineering and maintenance effort
- Supported Protocols : EtherCAT, PROFIBUS , CAN bus, CAN open , AK, Modbus, Matlab / Simulink , LabView , DIAdem , Borland Delphi , ANSI C , C + +, Visual Basic, WinFACT , Ada, etc.
cbb software received fundings from the Economic Program for the Future (ZPW) of the Schleswig-Holstein state. The ZPW is a program of the European Union which funds regional development in the field of plant and process innovation.
From 2007 to 2013 regional fundings in Schleswig-Holstein for economic and political development accounted for 752 million EUR. 374 million EUR from the EFRE, around 173 million EUR from the Federal-State Joint Task "Improvement of the regional economic structure "and about 175 million EUR from additional state funds.