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HMI Software Improves Manufacturing Performance

Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 37, Issue 8, pp. 12

Schneider ElectricSchneider Electric’s Wonderware InTouch HMI software is designed to run with modest hardware requirements and is operable on embedded versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems. The InTouch Machine Edition software is tailored to meet the needs of end users, OEMs, and machine and system builders while intergrating with the Wonderware Historian and Wonderware System Platform. According to the company, the InTouch Machine Edition software makes it easier for customers to integrate their information and automation systems. It can directly replace a traditional panel-computer HMI, while providing the functionality normally found in larger PC-based HMI systems and offers more than 240 native communication drivers with connectivity to almost any control hardware. In addition, the software can feed information to a larger supervisory system and provide a common control room environment for high-level operations management.

Schneider Electric


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