Graphic Motion Language

Intuitive sequence programming

Graphic Motion Language

Graphic Motion Language (GML) is a programming tool for graphically programming and analyzing PLC controllers.

GML is easy to learn, even without programming knowledge, making it a universal tool for standardizing high-quality PLC functionality with a high degree of reuse. Clear, simple and easy to understand, GML is intuitive to learn.


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Tool to standardize EVERY production


With GML solutions for Siemens and Beckhoff we provide the tool to standardize EVERY production.

Our demo version will give you a first impression. To use the demo version, you need your own user license, which we will gladly send you without obligation. If you are interested, please contact us.


The demo version of GML allows you to create up to 100 shapes without any time limit or functional restrictions. It also includes the "Parameter Structure Editor", a powerful tool that allows customization and configuration of the GML interface in the shapes. This allows users to create their own custom shapes with their specific building blocks, extending the functionality of their projects


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Saves time compared to traditional PLC programming

EASY TO USE: Intuitive sequence programming for significant time and cost savings
compared to traditional PLC programming. 


Increase in accuracy
for realization


25 % reduction
of the PLC design effort

20 % reduction
of comissioning effort

50 % reduction
of problem analysis effort especially in maintenance

Your benefits

What makes the GML solution so powerful?


  • Smart applications through simple drag & drop - intuitive to use - quick to learn
  • Reuse of standardized and optimized modules
  • Direct connection to the development environment to import and export code
  • Live process monitoring
  • Extensive analysis options such as cycle time analysis
  • Library and style guide compliant (for Siemens controllers)

Who is GML for


  • For PLC programming in the automation industry
  • For designers in module sequence simulation to ensure cycle time
  • For PLC code standardizers
  • Plant operators for process analysis and adaptation
  • Maintenance and repair personnel for troubleshooting and optimization
Elisabeth Eder
Innovation and Development Software

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