EC: FactoryTalk View Site Edition (SE) HMI software
Software – HMI software: FactoryTalk View Site Edition (SE) from Rockwell Automation is an HMI for supervisory-level monitoring and control applications with a distributed and scalable architecture that supports distributed-server/multi-user applications, giving maximum control over information. This is a Control Engineering 2012 Engineers’ Choice honorable mention.
FactoryTalk View SE 6.0 software from Rockwell Automation features time-saving design enhancements, including a new extensive graphics library, enhanced color animation capability, and access to a multilanguage font library. The new graphics library is the result of a partnership with Software Toolbox, Inc., that integrates Symbol Factory v2.5 into FactoryTalk View Studio. The software can directly reference tags created for a controller and comes with a factory-default option, reducing troubleshooting to increase uptime. FactoryTalk ViewPoint further enhances the system’s interoperability by providing remote access for Web browser-enabled devices.
FactoryTalk View SE 6.0 now supports the 32-bit version of Windows 7 and SQL Server 2008 and is the first release to have VMware-Ready status. This latest version of FactoryTalk View SE also offers FactoryTalk Alarms and Events server redundancy, safeguarding a common, consistent view of alarms and events occurring throughout an entire FactoryTalk system. FactoryTalk View SE software provides the backbone for a visualization solution that eases development and maintenance time and offers the critical real-time production data manufacturers need to make informed business decisions.
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