Web-based visualization software for operating and monitoring

Pilz's PASvisu is a web-based visualization software is a software package for operating and monitoring and can use HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. Access to all the data in an automation project, including all process variables and OPC namespaces, means there is no need to enter and assign variables manually.
By Pilz February 6, 2015

Pilz's PASvisu is a web-based visualization software is a software package for operating and monitoring and can use HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. Courtesy: PilzPilz’s PASvisu is a web-based visualization software package for operating and monitoring. The company has developed a platform-independent visualization package that can use HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. The software enables visualization projects to be created and configured simply using the PASvisu Builder. Access to all the data in an automation project, including all process variables and OPC namespaces, means there is no need to enter and assign variables manually. 

Selectable styles via CSS3 provide a uniform, consistent image across the project at the click of a mouse. Predefined graphic input and display elements, called tiles, already provide all the relevant properties, such as prefix, suffix, and error status. There is no need to create and group individual elements manually. The tile is positioned on the configuration page simply via drag and drop and is then filled with the relevant data. Other miscellaneous information needed in the visualization project is also processed automatically. Changes in the automation project are synchronized automatically and displayed in the PASvisu Builder. Thanks to automatic synchronization, users are always working with the latest project status. 

JavaScript allows PASvisu to be used to expand the functionality of the visualization projects: predefined JavaScripts are available for calculations or scalings. With HTML5, access is cross-platform and is possible via almost any end device such as PC, tablet or smartphone in the respective web browser.

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