Dynapro, Intrinsyc bridging machine, supervisory HMI gap

Dynapro and Intrinsic Software are working together to incorporate DeviceCOM, Intrinsyc's enabling technology, within its system architecture. DeviceCOM provides a standard framework to simplifies data communication between machine-level and supervisory-level human-machine interfaces (HMIs).

By Staff October 1, 1998

Dynapro and Intrinsic Software are working together to incorporate DeviceCOM, Intrinsyc’s enabling technology, within its system architecture. DeviceCOM provides a standard framework to simplifies data communication between machine-level and supervisory-level human-machine interfaces (HMIs).

Dynapro and Intrinsyc plan to expand their relationship to incorporate other Intrinsyc distributed technologies and development services. DeviceCOM augments Dynapro’s scalable architecture capabilities by allowing multiple HMI platforms running Windows CE, Windows 95/98, or Windows NT to communicate data in real time via industry-standard connectivity interfaces such as OLE for process control (OPC). Specifically, DeviceCOM provides connectivity between Dynapro’s ET 4500 Windows CE-based industrial computer, and Dynapro’s core supervisory HMI/SCADA software, which possesses full OPC client capabilities.

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