MDT AutoSave Change Management Subscription for End-Users

Automation device backup and version control
Published by MDT Software
Starting At  $1,500.00


MDT AutoSave Change Management Subscription for End-Users
MDT’s flagship product, AutoSave, empowers users to protect, save, restore, discover, and track changes in industrial programmable devices and plant-floor documents. In using AutoSave to manage program changes, automation users can protect the intellectual property in their automation layer across their enterprise; helping to avoid risk regardless of the environment and device type for rapid recovery from hardware failures, mistakes, sabotage and other hazards.

As a Schneider Electric Master-Level Technology Partner, MDT has met quality criteria required to provide solutions for the Schneider Electric range of automation products. This partnership helps customers get greater value out of their existing Schneider investments as well as provides a more seamless product migration.
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MDT AutoSave Change Management Subscription for End-Users


Rapid Disaster Recovery
The key to rapid recovery is the ability to access and download the correct automation program to the device. A common central repository of all program changes ensures that if a device fails, the most current copies of program logic and documentation are available so plant operations can be restored quickly and correctly.
Protect Users and Assets
AutoSave can compare any two copies of a program to each other or the processor to detect and identify changes that may have been unknown or unauthorized, thus protecting your process, people and equipment.
Increase Quality and Compliance
There can be numerous disks and laptops located throughout the plant, each containing different program and document versions. Inefficiencies are inevitable, costly and even dangerous. AutoSave’s electronic approval and audit trail support ensures manufacturers that processes have not been altered without approval or documentation. The unique change control features, including internal security capabilities, have long been beneficial to regulated industry sites in meeting the requirements of the FDA, including compliance with 21 CFR 11.
Non-Networked Device Management
AutoSave supports non-networked devices by allowing you to make changes to programs in the field then analyze and sync all changes to the server back at the office. Users can view a history of changes performed on each device, undo changes in the field with a simple button push, compare the program running in the device to the program on the engineer’s laptop and copy programs to create new programs in the field.