Program lets operators see the process on plant floor

OpenHMI is built on open, PC-based computing technology, rather than a proprietary operating system. Users, rather than suppliers, determine the mix of tools for development and runtime.
By Staff November 1, 1999

OpenHMI is built on open, PC-based computing technology, rather than a proprietary operating system. Users, rather than suppliers, determine the mix of tools for development and runtime. This open environment includes development tools, such as “C” and Visual Basic; application tools, such as Windows, MS Excel, MS Word, CAD, etc.; and a standard suite of communication tools.

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