Panel PCs and HMI systems with integrated redundant storage and network devices

American Industrial Systems' (AIS) High Available HMI systems feature Ethernet, TCP/IP and IP-enabled technologies and built-in hardware redundancy features to optimize machine operations.

06/24/2014


American Industrial Systems' (AIS) High Available HMI systems feature Ethernet, TCP/IP and IP-enabled technologies and built-in hardware redundancy features to optimize machine operations. Courtesy: American Industrial SystemsAmerican Industrial Systems' (AIS) High Available (HA) HMI Systems are designed to provide continuous operator control and data integrity. Planned and un-scheduled downtime of a HMI control and monitoring system can wreak havoc on a company’s operational performance and efficiency. Therefore, they require HMI control and monitoring solutions that provide high availability and maximum uptime. AIS’s industrial panel designs incorporate built-in redundant storage & network devices, standard Ethernet and TCP/IP network connections, a PCIe expansion slot and multiple inputs and outputs are featured. A modular box processor design offers unprecedented flexibility and scalability for customers. AIS’s High Available system are designed to optimize machine and system operation, availability and productivity. All of this is intended to minimize user's downtime and to ensure continuous control and monitoring of HMI and panel PC applications, particularly in demanding environments.

American Industrial Systems (AIS)

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