Software – Mobile apps for controls, automation, instrumentation: MobileHMI brings the Iconics Genesis64 HMI/SCADA Suite to Windows Phone 7 devices for full control and viewing of automation controls. This is a Control Engineering 2012 Engineers’ Choice honorable mention.
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 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, giving users the power to control processes and operations from wherever they are.
Existing Iconics customers can use this application as part of their Genesis64 system. View TrendWorX64 trends, acknowledge and monitor AlarmWorX64 alarms, or control operations via GraphWorX64 displays. Developed with integration into the Genesis64 solution from Iconics, MobileHMI offers full client functionality in a handheld device. Users can navigate the Asset Catalog to drill down to the information they need quickly and intuitively. MobileHMI also incorporates push notifications for alarms and SMS/call functionality in the application so the user is never more than one click away from solving problems. With visualization functionality ranging from management performance indicators to engineering specifications, MobileHMI represents the future of mobile SCADA interfaces.
- Launch GraphWorX64 HMI displays
- View Asset Catalog items
- Monitor AlarmWorX64 alarms
- Receive push notifications for alarm subscriptions
- Save favorite or recently viewed displays
- Enable display caching for fast display loading
- Launch directly to a landing page for your application.
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