Dynapro scales supervisory HMI software to run on Windows CE

In another leap toward open, scaleable architectures, Dynapro (New Westminster, B.C., Canada) unveiled what it says is the first human-machine interface software architecture to run on Microsoft Windows CE. A hardware and software maker for both Rockwell Automation and its own industrial control and automation channel, Dynapro made its announcement May 11 at the Int...

06/01/1998


In another leap toward open, scaleable architectures, Dynapro (New Westminster, B.C., Canada) unveiled what it says is the first human-machine interface software architecture to run on Microsoft Windows CE. A hardware and software maker for both Rockwell Automation and its own industrial control and automation channel, Dynapro made its announcement May 11 at the International Automotive Manufacturing (IAM) Conference and Expo at Cobo Hall, Detroit. Using Microsoft's Windows, Win32 and COM (component object model) software architecture, Dynapro created a foundation in which developers can build applications on a common base allowing interoperability between machine control and supervisory control.





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