Today almost every company is aware of the term “Industry 4.0.” This transformation has massively increased the demands imposed upon automation technology. A growing number of sensors, actuators and interfaces are integrated into machinery required to stay competitive on the marketplace.
However, each of them has to be individually programmed. In turn, this pushes manual programming to its limits. It is not possible to define every state or condition of a machine. Even in the case of 32 signals being processed, there are more than four billion potential states to be considered. For this reason, modern machinery without Selmo Solution operate with limited and unverifiable software.