Share project data with multi-disciplined teams
E3.enterprise offers multi-user access to the same projects allowing multiple engineers to all work simultaneously in the same design. Changes made by individuals are immediately seen by all other users while still maintaining integrity rules, such as unique device naming.
Break down large projects into sub-systems
Propagate change across users and subsystems
Access control for multiple simultaneous users
E3.enterprise - key features
Mixed Engineering Environment
E3.enterprise allows multi-disciplined teams of engineers and designers to share the same project and data, any changes carried out by the separate teams will propagate through to the other sections of the design, ensuring all data is synchronized and up to date.
For example, a fluid engineer might add a solenoid valve to a manifold drawing. This same valve would then appear, unplaced, in the device tree of the electrical engineer’s project. So the electrical engineer can add the solenoid to the electrical control schematic. Renaming the device tag or changing the component in either design will automatically update in the other.
- Multiple simultaneous users
- Electrical and fluid engineers work at the same time in the same project
- Concurrent panel and schematic design
- Concurrent systems and electrical design
Controlling who has access at each stage of the design is crucial for the documentation process. Access control and workflow come as standard with E3.enterprise. Using Windows™ user-groups, teams of engineers can be given specific access rights and projects can be pushed through the workflow and set to specific states. The access rights of the user groups are determined by the state of the project.
- Grant or deny permission to users and groups
- Limit access to restricted areas
- Lifecycle management
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