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    Development Facilitators Tools

    Video Surveillance Integration for single-application Facility Management ControlMaestro’s development facilitators are modules to accelerate development while reducing cost and human error. They were created to optimize engineering time, by ELUTIONS qualified and trained engineers. These development facilitators include application generators, tag importers/generators and application Audit tools.

    CAD Converter™
    ControlMaestro’s CAD Converter is a very powerful tool to convert AutoCAD® and any *.DXF building drawings into ControlMaestro Facility Management applications (BMS/FMS) for Building Automation. The software automatically creates images, animations, tags and alarms in ControlMaestro, saving hundreds of hours of engineering. It is most valuable for the development of new BMS/FMS applications (e.g. a busy System Integrator can create multiple projects), and/or for the maintenance of constantly-evolving complex applications (e.g. airports, hospitals, etc.) which can be modified “on the fly”.

    DB Generator™
    ControlMaestro’s DB Generator is a tool designed to accelerate application development by facilitating the process of object and database generation. It can be launched from the Application Studio. The DB Generator allows selecting data points in a driver with browsing capabilities (OPC and BACnet drivers) and defining mapping rules to import these data points into ControlMaestro, automatically converting them into ControlMaestro Objects. This module enables an application developer to quickly create PLC tags by browsing data items in a driver.

    Audit Tool™
    ControlMaestro’s Audit Tool is a useful cross reference tool that enables auditing of ControlMaestro applications and generating project documentation in various formats. It significantly enhances engineering and project efficiency. Developers seeking a deep understanding of an application can search for variables and their uses, using either of two modes: tag-oriented audits, or module-oriented audits.