--> Putting Knowledge-Based Concepts to Work for Generic PLC Programming

Ian C. Campbell and Izrail Bukshteyn, Lamb-Cargate Industries Ltd

This paper is a case history of the computer-aided logic expert system (Cales), a quality and productivity tool for programmable controller software engineering now being used in an engineer-to-order manufacturing company. Strategic goals for Cales included the removal of a corporate bottleneck in the electrical engineering department and the development of a foundation for knowledge-based engineering in other parts of the company. Our ultimate knowledge-based engineering goals are to make our corporation more responsive to customer needs and to offer greater customer values with less effort, thereby ensuring a more profitable corporation.

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