HMI touts higher level of integration

Alpharetta, Ga.—Simatic WinCC Version 5.0, 32-bit HMI (human-machine interface) software, integrates with Microsoft Windows NT V4.0 and combines standard features with advanced reporting, project cross-referencing, process diagnostics, multiple language support, and complete redundancy. It offers plant floor, database, and MES/ERP integration.

07/01/2000


Alpharetta, Ga.— Simatic WinCC Version 5.0, 32-bit HMI (human-machine interface) software, integrates with Microsoft Windows NT V4.0 and combines standard features with advanced reporting, project cross-referencing, process diagnostics, multiple language support, and complete redundancy. It offers plant floor, database, and MES/ERP integration. WinCC/Web Navigator uses thin-client technology for secure access to the plant floor, enabling view and control of the process via intranets or Internet. Multiclient/server options enable one client application to view many processes, ideal for production managers and plant managers. WinCC offers Step7 Integration, enhanced process diagnostics and connectivity to existing controllers, like Simatic S5 and 505. www.sea.siemens.com/industrialsoftware .

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