AVEVA Edge formerly InTouch Edge HMI
InTouch Edge HMI is a customizable HMI designed specifically for the embedded and OEM applications where a small footprint and cost effective price are paramount.
The compact footprint of the InTouch Edge HMI makes it the ideal HMI for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). It can deploy and run on small panel PCs, embedded devices and machines and supports remote HMI access on smartphones and tablets without any client installations.
InTouch Edge HMI is a natural extension of the current Wonderware HMI portfolio and the perfect complement for customers who already own System Platform or Historian. It provides embedded devices, local PC-based HMIs, SCADA systems with unique functionality for connecting automation systems end-to-end.
Features / Benefits
- Seamless integration of small footprint embedded devices to System Platform and Historian
- Platform agnostic, so you can build an application once and deploy it on embedded Linux and VxWorks as well as embedded Microsoft OS desktop and server platforms
- Native Web-browser visualization with zero client installation and administration
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IIoT Solutions with System Platform Integration
With the advent of Internet of Things, not only will the number of embedded devices used for M2M data exchange increase, but demand for machine functionality will also rise sharply, including demand for inter-device interoperability, ability to exchange data with cloud-based systems and need for user-friendly remote configuration and maintenance.
Unlock and harness the machine data from your embedded devices by installing InTouch Edge HMI directly on your devices and expose it via your existing System Platform or archive it in a cloud-based historian using Online InSight. Enjoy limitless scalability.
Enhance the Intelligence of Embedded Devices
OEMs, machine builders and end users can convert autonomous standalone machines by integrating and exposing machine data seamlessly into the supervisory HMI and historical archive systems, providing a broader understanding of the entire operation. No longer isolated, these scattered devices become integral to the overall automation system, even across multiple locations.