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Itris Automation Square


Software editor
Software as a Service (SaaS)
Conversion of PLC programs
Verification of PLC programs
Improvement of development processes


Itris Automation Square (IAS) is a software company that offers tools for conversion, verification and documentation of PLC programs. IAS helps its customers to improve their development process and write better programs faster.
Marketed as a software-as-a-service (SaaS), IAS' products are based on innovative technologies and a team known for its specialist skills and extensive experience in software engineering.

IAS' solutions have been adopted by industry leaders such as Clemessy, Schneider Electric, DNV, Ineo, Snecma, Tetra Pak, GDF Suez, DCNS, Actemium, PSA Peugeot CitroŽn, Spie, Sanofi Pasteur, Areva ...

Established in 2008, Itris Automation Square is a privately held company with headquarters in Grenoble, France.


Products and Services

Itris Automation Square offers several products that aim at improving the quality of PLC programs while reducing development and maintenance costs:

PLC Checker automatically analyses PLC programs and validates exhaustively their compliance with sets of coding rules. PLC Checker is offered through a SaaS model and is supported by our extranet.

PLC Metrics automatically analyses a PLC program to compute metrics and determine its main characteristics. PLC Metrics is free to use and available via our extranet.

PLC Converter automatically translates a program to a new PLC. PLC Converter is offered as a packaged service and is supported by our extranet.

PLC DocGen automatically generates a dataflow oriented view of a PLC program (from inputs towards outputs) represented by equations and flowcharts. This view is a perfect intermediate formalism between specifications and the code itself, making it the ideal companion to any reverse engineering activity be it for new developments based on legacy code or for maintenance and modernization.