- September 21, 2012
Earlier today, Progea gained the interest of their audience at the Technology Solutions Theater 2 with their presentation titled, "NeXt Generation SCADA Software: Framework for a Future of Success."
September 27, 2012
ISA Automation Week in Orlando, FL
Earlier today, Progea gained the interest of their audience at the Technology Solutions Theater 2 with their presentation titled, “NeXt Generation SCADA Software: Framework for a Future of Success.”
Demonstrating through the powerful Progea Automation Framework assembled in their latest software platform Movicon.NeXt, system integrators, OEMs, and end users witnessed the true benefits of modular-based plugin architecture and all the new possibilities this brings to the industry.
Through the development shell, these modules I/O server, alarm notification, graphics … can be brought together with third-party software to integrate a truly open and flexible solution. And vice versa, these modules can be used in other software packages as add-on modules for integration.
Complete compliancy and adoption of the OPC UA information model allows data to easily flow seamlessly from the plant floor to business systems in real time, with data held locally or in the cloud and accessible on any device across all platforms.
Native support of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) provides the user with a completely unforgettable experience with the visually pleasing 2D/3D animated graphics and symbol library. Complemented with support for Microsoft’s Silverlight allowing for superior visualization across multiple client platforms and an overall reduced load on the CPU.
You can witness this technology firsthand by visiting Progea at booth 1173.
Progea is a software developer for the SCADA/HMI market and has been present in the International market for 20+ years. Their core product Movicon™ (short for MOnitoring, VIsion, and CONtrol) is a SCADA/HMI development platform focused on solutions and innovation.
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