Sysmac Studio Software
A truly integrated development environment for machine automation, combining configuration, programming, simulation, and monitoring in a simple interface.
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For the college students just getting started on their path to becoming an engineer, automation solutions provider Omron Automation Americas is offering a powerful resource for preparation at a professional level.
HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL, December 17, 2020 – Today’s college students now have a unique opportunity to broaden their skills and build real-world automation knowledge with access to Sysmac Studio, a fully integrated development environment for machine automation from industry-leading automation solutions provider Omron Automation Americas. The automation platform combines configuration, programming, simulation and monitoring in a simple interface and is used by professionals across the globe to design next-generation control systems incorporating PLCs, motion, remote I/O, safety, robotics and vision products.
Omron has chosen to provide this resource free of charge to the world’s future designers as they embark upon their path to a career in industrial automation. Students at technical colleges and universities are qualified to receive six months of free access to Sysmac Studio for the purpose of developing programming expertise in both ladder logic and structured text. In addition, the software’s professional-grade simulation capabilities can help remote-learning students physically connect to hardware in a lab or simulate their work from wherever they’re based.
After submitting the form, the student will receive an email containing a link with directions to download Sysmac Studio.
At this point, the student can easily install the software and leverage learning resources on YouTube, including Omron’s YouTube channel found here, or through a school's structured program.
Industrial automation partner that creates, sells and services fully integrated automation solutions that include sensing, control, safety, vision, motion, robotics and more. Established in 1933 and currently headed by President Yoshihito Yamada, Omron's about 30,000 employees help businesses solve problems with creativity in more than 110 countries. Learn more at http://automation.omron.com/.