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DRIVES, CONTROLS & TRANSMISSIONS MISSIONS S COMP PA PACT AUTOMA MATION FOR INTRALOGISTICS ATION FOR IN New automation platform ctrlX AUTOMATION from Bosch Rexroth requires less space and reduces engineering effort equires less space and reduces engineering effort


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n the case of travelling drives in storage and retrieval machines and large portal axes, as well as in control cabinet-based handling systems, users can reduce energy consumption with each movement and minimise the control cabinet by using lighter and more compact drives. Here Bosch Rexroth is setting new standards with the automation platform ctrlX AUTOMATION. The ctrlX DRIVE drives require up to 50 per cent less installation space and are up to 35 per cent lighter. The coupled DC link and the Smart Energy Mode software function reduce the required connected load by up to 70 per cent.


The ctrlX CORE control hardware can be integrated into the ctrlX DRIVE without additional installation space. ctrlX CORE is based on the real-time operating system Linux, probably the most stable and secure of its kind. The container technology of the operating system allows programmers to map all functions and applications with separate apps. An important architectural element of ctrlX AUTOMATION is the ctrlX Data Layer. It ensures centralised, authorised access to all real-time and non-real-time data of the installed apps.


The web-based engineering and a modern software architecture reduce the engineering effort by up to 50 per cent. Manufacturers thus automate customised solutions much faster. In addition to the PLC languages to IEC 61131, developers can also implement their own functions, protected by know-how, in a variety of programming languages such as Java, JavaScript, Python Blockly, the C languages or the open source software Node-RED. With more than 30 direct connection options, users can integrate automation quickly and future-proof into their merchandise management and IT systems as well as IoT applications. The entire automation platform is


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Secure by Design and meets the IT security standards according to IEC 62443. As one of the world’s leading suppliers of drive and control technologies, Bosch Rexroth ensures efficient, powerful and safe movement in machines and systems of any size. The company bundles global application experience in the market segments of Mobile Applications, Machinery Applications and Engineering, and Factory Automation. With its intelligent components, customised system solutions and services, Bosch Rexroth is creating the necessary environment for fully connected applications. Bosch Rexroth offers its customers hydraulics, electric drive and control technology, gear technology and linear motion and assembly technology, including software and interfaces to the Internet of Things. With locations in over 80 countries, more than 32,300 associates generated sales revenue of roughly 6.2 billion euros in 2018.


When it comes to automation, we’re your most reliable partner! Thanks to the most high-performance CNC and Motion Control on the market, we ensure maximum performance of your machines and set the standard for Servo Drives. Within the Bosch group, we are already implementing system solutions to make your machines future-proof for the Internet of Things. With our services available 24/7, we guarantee you’ll get the maximum productivity out of your application. Our many years of experience and passion for automation enable us to develop the factory of the future for you more and more each day.


Bosch Rexroth www.boschrexroth.com


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