The Cassandra Project is honored to be the host for FOX FIND And FOX SELECT PLUS.
THE CASSANDRA PROJECT INITIATIVE
The Cassandra Project is an attempt by the Foxboro I/A user community to provide a set of tools that have been developed by its users to help administer and optimize their Foxboro I/A distributed control systems. This web site has a forum that has a community discussion board and a support board for users to ask for support from other members. This Web Site is not only Fore Schneider Electrics, Foxboro I/A or Evo it is also for all other forms of DCS control systems such as Allen-Bradly, Rockwell Automation and many more.
The Menu navigation bar: at the top stores the differentviewable sections of this web site. Under the Info tab there is Guidlines where here we have laid out what is expected to be their in the programing process. Standards Scripts and Tool Archive here is a page that has articles about some organized made programs that can me modified for custom use. Other Resources and Links Here is a section dedicated to other useful links that may have the answer to your question or opportunities for learning. Under Events there is the section I/A User Group Information here is the section dedicated to the passing of information for the I/A community on meeting and important updates. Then the Data Bank tab is were community files or other useful files approved by a moderator are uploaded to a central location for future storage and download. In the Forum thread there that has a community discussion board and a support board for users to ask for support from other members. under Job Board is a page with listing for wanted employer's" final under the Help tab is a FAQ in wiki format and a If you are a registered user you can contact a site admin for support.
On this page you can see the Recent articles that have been posted on the right under the login button there will be the upto date feed.
When i started out in this field there was very little help and software was very hard to come by. But more involved I have become with the user community, the more apparent it became that many sites had developed sets of programs and scripts to meet their “unique” needs. Further inquiry led me to believe that many of these quick and dirty utilities were functionally alike. We hope to take these utilities, extend and modify the best of them to provide a robust toolset that users can build on for their sites.