Safety-relevant PLC Applications in Compliance with Standards: Developing, Testing and Documenting
Do you develop safety-relevant PLC applications? Do you develop projects according to the IEC 61131 or IEC 61508 standards? Besides choosing a suitable architecture, would you like to know how to create traceability from requirements to implementation?
In this webinar we present how to identify security gaps and efficiently develop applications in compliance with safety standards with the aid of Model-Based Design and verification workflows.
We show how to:
- Identify safety gaps in PLC software
- Secure applications over software
- Develop in conformance with standards
- Draw from guidelines and safety functions from PLCopen specification
- Implement applications fast and efficient
The code verification in this webinar is demonstrated on a WAGO PLC with CODESYS 3.5.
- How do the IEC61508 and IEC61131 standards provide a definition for functional safety in programmable electronic systems?
- Which modeling, and coding guidelines are provided by PLCopen?
- Learn how to
- Generate documentation automatically
- Generate IEC 61131 compliant PLC code
- Simulate and test automatically generated code on your hardware platform
About the Presenter
Desiree Wolfrum, Pilot Engineer
Arnaud Btabeko, EMEA Application Engineer for Polyspace
Recorded: 14 May 2020
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