A better interface
The possibilities for using mobile-device apps as an HMI for control and monitoring of a machine is growing, along with access to more and better data
Remote access goes fully mobile with HTML5 standard
Wonder why virtually every mobile device now offers easy access to your HMI? The HTML5 standard is the reason, and here’s how it works.
Are our workstations ready for a virtual interface?
VR has been used in training for years, but can we use it in production?
Operator Interfaces Go Mobile: Why and how to implement them for your systems
When using mobile devices, a few basic implementation choices need to be made, starting with app- or browser-based access.
Engineers Use Smartphones to Monitor and Control Entire Manufacturing Plants
Smartphones Monitor and Control - Engineers Use Mobile Devices to Monitor and Control Equipment, Energy Consumption and Output For Entire Buildings
BYOD Gains Traction as Employees Demand Access from Mobile Devices
Many Employees Practice BYOD on the Job With Their Smartphones and Tablets. Have Companies Found a Way to Let Them Do It Safely and Securely?
Mobile Workers Embrace Wireless
Ergon Refining Deploys Mobile Operator Stations Enabled by Wireless Networking to Speed Up Turnaround
Rockwell Automation Expands Mobile Capabilities
Rockwell Automation GuardLink 2.0 with EtherNet/IP Interface
Smarter Phone: Browser or App
On the Go With HMI
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