Author: Samuel Greising

„Wir kommen leichter in die Anwendungen der Kunden“

Thomas Hepp, Geschäftsführer von Mirasoft erklärt uns, warum sie mit FLECS arbeiten, warum er sich neue Kunden davon verspricht und warum die Lösung seine Arbeit erleichtert. Warum ist unsere FLECS so interessant für Euch als […]

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Partnership with iniNet Solutions

We are proud to say that we have partnered with the company iniNet Solutions GmbH. IniNet Solutions offers with the SpiderControl SCADA Server a tool for all requirements in the HMI environment: It standardizes the […]

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FLECS and AAS

The Asset Administration Shell helps us to describe devices in the industrial environment in a standardized way. This makes it easier for us to determine what devices we can interact with, what data they hold […]

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FLECS 1.2.0-porpoise released!

On June 21, we have released a new update! We put a lot of work into a big architectural redesign which allows a better support of apps. It is now possible to define devices in […]

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Our companion for the first version

Every open source project needs a mascot. FLECS too. That’s why we thought about what suits us best. This is not so easy. After all, we have to like it in 20-30 years. We then […]

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Partnership with Softing

For us at FLECS, partnerships have an important meaning. They strengthen the relationship between the companies involved, create awareness of each other’s needs and are built to create value for both sides. We are therefore […]

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The real pain of machine manufacturers

As a loyal reader of our blog, you know by now why we exist. Today we want to talk a little bit about the real pain that machine manufacturers have and how we address it. […]

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FLECS 1.1.0-porpoise Released!

On May 18, we put out an update! The highlight is that you can now share your network interfaces with apps. So you can now easily use EtherCAT, Profinet, OPC UA, etc. in your apps. […]

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Why are we here?

The automation of a machine or any other equipment consists only of the PLC and the PLC program. Wrong. This may once have been the case, but it has long since changed. For complete automation, […]

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