Articles & News on Human Machine Interface

Registration opens for ISA’s 2016 Water/Wastewater and Automatic Controls Symposium

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This event—focusing on the challenges associated with automation and instrumentation in the water and wastewater sectors—includes an extensive, two-day program of technical presentations; a tour of a local wastewater treatment plant; and a supplier showcase.

Global Human Machine Interface (HMI) Market to Grow 6.13% by 2020

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As per the report, the global human machine interface (HMI) market is expected to grow at CAGR of 6.13% from 2016 to 2020. The report offers an analysis of key manufacturers, detailed segmentation, and key drivers & challenges.

PcVue adds Auto-ID tracking to SCADA software

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The combination of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) technology with InformaTrac's Auto-ID technology provides automated tracking and location history.

Membrane Switches: What Do Design Engineers Need to Know?

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By Jens Kautzor, Hoffman + Krippner Today, membrane keyboards and switches have become indispensable for many industries. Often unnoticed by consumers, the simple keypad has now developed into a sophisticated high-tech system.

Rockwell Automation to Launch “Best Future Machine Award” at interpack 2017

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The Best Future Machine Award will be an opportunity for machine builders to showcase and discuss their technology in front of some of the industry’s most influential companies.

CoaXPress Aims to Become New Standard in Machine Vision Interfaces

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Due to the use of standard coaxial cable and its bandwidth, CoaXPress has found itself not only suited for machine vision applications but also for applications in the medical and defense markets where use of coaxial cable is prevalent.

Hilscher Enters IIoT in a Big Way

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By: Bill Lydon, Editor Automation.com's editor spoke with executives at Hilscher about their new NetIOT line and how they can enable better data-driven decision making from the plant floor.

IHS forecasts steady growth for the world operator terminal market

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The world operator terminal market is was worth $2.4 billion in 2014, and IHS Technology forecasts it to grow to $2.9 billion in 2019.

ABB to control SCA’s expanded pulp mill

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The integrated automation solution will manage end-to-end production in the pulp industry — from the woodyard to the baling line — from a single control room

Microchip announces development kit for 2D and 3D gestures on displays

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The touch and gesture development kit allows designers to easily integrate 2D and 3D solutions in their applications.