Automation software for manufacturing, industrial applications

Iconics’ V10.9 product suite of advanced automation software introduces many new timesaving capabilities and has products that can integrate with the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud storage, and mobile devices.

By Iconics November 12, 2015

The Iconics’ V10.9 product suite provides the most advanced automation software for industrial, manufacturing, building automation, and energy management, according to the company. Based on industry standards such as OPC UA, BACnet, Microsoft .NET and Microsoft Azure, Iconics’ Genesis64, AnalytiX, MobileHMI, and Hyper Historian products integrate with the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud storage, and mobile devices.

With over 500 new features, Iconics’ V10.9 product suite introduces many new timesaving capabilities and several groundbreaking technologies not seen in any other human-machine interface/supervisory control and data acquisition (HMI/SCADA) or visualization products. Genesis64 is now Microsoft Windows 10 ready. New capabilities include asset-based technology improvements, a new project-based Workbench, recipe management, alerts, native Esri integration, unified search, and more. Iconics’ AnalytiX solutions introduced the concept of asset-based fault detection and diagnostics, which are designed to help numerous organizations reduce energy cost and improve production.

Improvements to MobileHMI V10.9 allow for greater user control within mobile displays while creating seamless transitions between mobile devices and the desktop. Additionally, Iconics’ KPIWorX self-service dashboards require no pre-authoring, use a responsive design technology, and can run on any tablet or smartphone. Finally, the brand new ReportWorX 365 is a Microsoft Office App that works with Microsoft Power BI and Office 365. With Iconics’ version 10.9 product suite, customers can visualize, analyze, and mobilize their valuable data onsite or in the cloud.


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