Windows CE-based HMI

Hilton Head Island, S.C. —CEView is a supervisory control, process monitoring, and operator interface package running on Microsoft Windows CE. Windows CE looks like Windows NT, but with reduced memory requirements and no hard disk. CEView is based on InduSoft's Windows NT supervisory system and includes object-oriented database, math functions, report generation, archiving, alarms, batch...

10/01/1998


Hilton Head Island, S.C. —CEView is a supervisory control, process monitoring, and operator interface package running on Microsoft Windows CE. Windows CE looks like Windows NT, but with reduced memory requirements and no hard disk. CEView is based on InduSoft's Windows NT supervisory system and includes object-oriented database, math functions, report generation, archiving, alarms, batch recipes, and interfaces for TCP/IP, PLCs, and remote I/O devices. Applications and screens are created on a desktop PC with the same Windows 95/98/NT tools used by the NT system. When development is complete, the system can be downloaded to any smaller PC running Windows CE including handheld, palm, mobile, and embedded computers. InduSoft





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