InTouch 10.0: 200 new features, automatic porting to MS Vista

At corporate headquarters in Lake Forest, CA, Wonderware engineers and marketing people gathered to present what they called their “most significant launch in 20 years.” Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the company, they announced and demonstrated InTouch 10.0, Development Studio and System Platform 3.
By Staff October 1, 2007

At corporate headquarters in Lake Forest, CA, Wonderware engineers and marketing people gathered to present what they called their “most significant launch in 20 years.” Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the company, they announced and demonstrated InTouch 10.0, Development Studio and System Platform 3.0—products, they said, that let even the smallest plant implement a common, real-time system platform for visualization. The company’s Web-based “Wonderware Breakthrough Experience” provides operations, engineering and IT personnel with first-hand experience of the capabilities of the new offerings, which also include Compact Panel hardware.