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.
A consistent look and feel whenever possible. This will speed user acceptance and add to the usability of these tools and let us make enhancements and bug fixes at a faster rate.
A beak down of each tab in the menu
Info: Guidelines and standards, sets the standard for programming. Scripts and Tool Archive, is a repository for custom scripts and programs created by other users. Other Resources and Links a section dedicated to other useful links that may have the answer for your question or opportunities for learning.
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.
Forum: Thread there that has a community discussion board and a support board for users to ask for support from other members.
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