Where are you starting from?
— The first flowchart-based control language, introduced in 1988! Cyrano ran on the MS-DOS operating system, and was designed for the first mistic controllers like the G4LC32 series. For migration information, see the Cyrano to OptoControl Technical Note
r — Released in 1996, FactoryFloor was a complete automation software suite for Microsoft Windows operating systems. FactoryFloor was bundled with control software OptoControl, HMI development package OptoDisplay, and included an OPC server and database integration tool. Later, Ethernet networking was added via a plug-in adapter card for the LCM4 and other M4 controllers, such as the M4RTU. See migration information in the FactoryFloor to PAC Project Migration Technical Note
— Introduced in 2001 and designed for our first Ethernet-based controller, SNAP Ultimate I/O, ioProject was re-written from the ground up to offer all that FactoryFloor did with expansion for the future. ioProject is the predecessor to today's PAC Project software suite, released in 2007. See the SNAP PAC System Migration Technical Note
for more information.