Two points for safety – not two points for A safety. The latter might be a Super Bowl prognostication. (It’s not. But I always thought of safeties in American football as rare, but according to Wikipedia: since 1932, a safety has occurred about once a week.) The former (and the blog post title) is a reminder that PROFIsafe for PROFINET and PROFIBUS is used for discrete and process automation.
We have lots of resources for PROFIsafe:
- A marketing flyer, a six-page glossy overview of PROFIsafe.
- A system description, a detailed, 26-page introduction.
- A webinar: PROFIsafe – Functional Safety over PROFIBUS and PROFINET.
- Numerous blog posts tagged “PROFIsafe.”
- Safety, the Movie.
And these two videos from trade shows past (one for discrete and one for process):