Articles & News on Human Machine Interface

Red Lion HMIs get nautical

  • News

Graphite HMI operator panels have been tested to meet ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) standards.

Elipse software controls Petrobras Research Center

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Elipse Software controls cooling and power distribution systems at Petrobras’s Cenpes, one of the largest oil research centers in the world.

Barco builds dome simulator for drilling operations in South Korea

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Twelve Barco F12 WUXGA projectors provide operators with a lifelike, high-resolution environment in which to practice intricate drilling set-ups.

Opto 22 announces groov Action Plan

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With the groov Action Plan, an Opto 22 engineer works closely with a groov customer to understand project objectives, define requirements, and design the operator interface. Price: $2995.

Registration Opens for Automation Fair

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Automation Fair runs November 18-19, 2015 at McCormick Place West, Chicago, IL USA

Progea signs Automation Supply as distributor

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Automation Supply will cover Arizona, New Mexico, Southern Nevada and the Country of Mexico.

Bosch uses LabVIEW to control drive systems

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Rexroth offers preconfigured drive systems with NI’s CompactRIO and the programming environment LabVIEW.

Human Machine Interface (HMI) Market to Reach $5,579.3 Million by 2019

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The global human machine interface (HMI) market, estimating the overall value of this market to reach US$5,579.3 by 2019, expanding at a CAGR of 10.4% during the period from 2013 to 2019.

The Architecture of the SCADA Mobility Infrastructure

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By Edward Nugent, PcVue Inc., et al The different way in which mobile device users interact with their devices compared to operator’s interactions with control room monitors requires a new SCADA architecture for mobility workers who rely on SCADA or BMS systems in order to perform their job function.

Discovering Augmented Reality for Automation Operators

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Progea recently presented an example of taking supervision to the next level with augmented reality. The concept is to provide industrial automation operators a tool to use for visualizing automation system data when connected in Wi-Fi or a broadband mobile network.