Seal of quality for B&R drive technology

ControlEng distinguishes service-oriented companies

In recognition of the support B&R provides developers who design drive systems using SERVOsoft, the Canadian software company ControlEng has authorized B&R to display the QSP seal of quality.
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B&R customers are perfectly equipped to design and dimension their drive systems within the comfort of their automation solution. This is made possible by the free version of the SERVOsoft drive design tool from the Canadian company ControlEng, which comes integrated in B&R's Automation Studio development software. This allows developers to efficiently and effortlessly select the optimal B&R servo drives, motors and gearboxes for their specific needs. The result is a drive system perfectly coordinated with the masses it needs to move, which reduces energy consumption to a minimum.

Outstanding customer support

The distinction "Qualified SERVOsoft Partner" (QSP) is awarded by the ControlEng Corporation to companies who go above and beyond the recommended level of support for the SERVOsoft tool. Requirements include integration and maintenance of product data in the SERVOsoft database, as well as customer support with a dedicated email address and drive experts trained by ControlEng.

"We're honored to receive this distinction from a manufacturer-independent software company like ControlEng," says Alois Holzleitner, manager of B&R's Motion business unit. "It highlights the goal shared by B&R and ControlEng: to provide engineers the support they need to develop better machines."
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