EC: MobileHMI

Software - Mobile apps for controls, automation, instrumentation: Iconics MobileHMI Software provides state-of-the-art graphics, charting, trending and intelligent asset management for smartphone devices for immediate access to KPIs, alarms, HMIs and assets. This is a Control Engineering 2013 Engineers' Choice Awards Honorable Mention.

11/12/2012


ICONICS MobileHMI Software provides state-of-the-art graphics, charting, trending and intelligent asset management for smartphone devices for immediate access to KPIs, alarms, HMIs and assets. This is a Control Engineering 2013 Engineers' Choice finalist.MobileHMI is the next generation HMI/SCADA client for enterprise applications.  Integrated with support for the Genesis64 and AnalytiX Product Suites from Iconics, MobileHMI combines HMI, Alarm and Asset Catalog capabilities in the palm of your hand. Silverlight based HMI displays can be saved for the phone from existing Genesis64 HMI displays and be up and running in minutes. Give your team the power to control processes and operations from where ever they are. Offering customization and the ability to Pin HMI displays, Assets or Alarm Views directly to the home screen of your smartphone device, MobileHMI allows you to see your operations as you need to.

View GraphWorX64 displays directly on your device; view TrendWorX64 trends, acknowledge and monitor AlarmWorX64 alarms or control operations via AssetWorX. Developed with integration into the Genesis64 solution from Iconics, MobileHMI offers full client functionality. Navigate the Asset Catalog to drill down to the information you need quickly and intuitively. MobileHMI also incorporates Push Notifications for alarms and SMS/Call functionality in the application so you're never more than one click away from solving problems.

With MobileHMI you can access the information you need wherever you are. With visualization functionality ranging from management performance indicators to engineering specifications, MobileHMI is truly the future of mobile SCADA interfaces. Iconics is committed to moving the industry forward and, as a Microsoft Gold Certified Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partner, is uniquely positioned to use the most advanced technology available. MobileHMI  is a product of this relationship, and our leadership in delivering the latest Microsoft technology to the automation market also has led to numerous awards including most recently, the 2012 Microsoft Sustainability Partner of the Year Award.

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