Symbol Factory for ArchestrA enhances InTouch 10
Symbols for chemical, building automation, water and wastewater, wire and cable and more empower users of Wonderware InTouch 10.
Charlotte, NC— Software Toolbox Inc. announced its new Symbol Factory for ArchestrA product, designed exclusively for Wonderware’s new InTouch 10 visualization platform, which brings more than 4,000 vector graphic scalable objects in more than 60 categories into the new InTouch 10 ArchestrA Symbol Editor.
With symbols for chemical, building automation, finishing, mining, pulp and paper, process, water and wastewater, wire and cable and more, Symbol Factory for ArchestrA empowers users of InTouch 10 with animatable vector objects for stand-alone use or to use with other ArchestrA symbols and system platform application objects. It also contains a range of pre-animated objects that InTouch 10 designers can use as is or as a basis for business-specific solutions. Symbol Factory for ArchestrA is licensed on a per InTouch 10 development node basis with no licenses needed for distribution of the resulting ArchestrA symbols with InTouch 10 and system platform solutions built by users, system integrators, and machinery OEMs.
“Users who have seen Symbol Factory for ArchestrA during pre-release reviews have said the library will allow them to more rapidly build InTouch 10 graphics that meet their needs and they will recoup their investment in Symbol Factory for ArchestrA in the first project they use it on,” said John Weber, president, Software Toolbox Inc.
Keith Jones, business manager, HMI/Visualization, Wonderware, added, “We are very excited to have a prominent independent software vendor (ISV) such as Software Toolbox investing the InTouch 10 platform with their new Symbol Factory for ArchestrA product. We are confident our users will welcome the vertical markets focus and engineering productivity enhancement.”
Symbol Factory for ArchestrA is available from Wonderware representatives.
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