1. What are industrial design, engineering, and execution processes?
Industries have a huge role to play in driving the economic sector of any country. However, it is important to keep in mind that industrial sites comprise several different divisions and departments that come together to ensure that the industry is working appropriately and efficiently. Schneider Electric is a reliable service provider in the field of design, engineering, and execution; we carry adequate knowledge and expertise in three of the most integral industrial components:
• Industrial design processes: Industrial design is a highly professional practice of designing products, objects, devices, and services that are used by millions of individuals every day.
• Industrial engineering processes: Industrial engineering deals with the optimization of complex systems, processes, and organizations by improving and developing integrated systems of money, people, knowledge, etc.
• Industrial execution processes: Execution processes are computerized systems used in industries to track the integration of different materials into finished goods.
2. What are the benefits of design, engineering, and execution services from Schneider Electric?
Schneider Electric is a leading service provider in the design, engineering, and execution. We offer innovative solutions such as the Flexible, Lean Execution (FLEX) program that improves design quality and reduces risk by effectively organizing execution schedules for safety system implementation and process control. Here are the benefits of design, engineering, and execution services from Schneider Electric:
• Virtual engineering and testing ensure optimum operational readiness and minimum design errors.
• Leveraging templates and rules that enforce best results in global project consistency.
• Intelligent universal I/O and enclosures bring commissioning and automation wiring at minimum cost.
• Significant decrease in plant shutdown frequencies and operational errors through process and plant simulation.
• The use of high-quality engineering tools allows close integration with EPCs, which reduces project rework and significantly shortens the design phase. • Disassociating hardware from software eliminates the need for Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) and full staging.