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IoTView

InduSoft IoTView introduces a specially designed HMI platform custom-built to embrace new technology for connectivity. With the advent of Internet of Things and Industry 4.0, not only will the number of embedded devices used for M2M data exchange increase, but demand for machine functionality will rise sharply, including demand for interoperability, the ability to exchange data with cloud-based systems, and user-friendly local configuration and maintenance. Rather than an isolated set of units, these devices will be an integral part of the overall automation system (and even supply chain). IoTView is a natural expansion of the current set of runtime editions from InduSoft from local HMIs to SCADA systems, with unique characteristics designed to make creating these connected intelligent systems a reality.

 

IoTView combines a very small footprint with low system requirements with all the tools and functionality needed to develop sophisticated end point devices. The solution is scalable, reliable, and built around the same technology that makes InduSoft Web Studio one of the most full-featured and flexible HMI/SCADA solutions on the market.

IoTView Videos

SoftPLC Integration with InduSoft IoTView

(59:56)

  • InduSoft (Paulo Guerra)
    • Introduction to IoTView™
  • SoftPLC (Cindy Hollenbeck)
    • Smart Control Sytems – SoftPLC
    • IoTPac = SoftPLC + IoTView™
  • Q & A

The Internet of Things with InduSoft and Raspberry Pi

(1:05:00)

InduSoft (Fabio Terezinho)
  • Introduction (driving trends)
  • IoTView runtime edition
  • Demo-Show Time!
  • What is Next
  • Q & A

IoT implementation with InduSoft Web Studio and TagWell from SoftPLC

(54:48)

Scott Kortier (InduSoft)
  • IoT Overview
  • Drivers
Cindy Hollenbeck (SoftPLC Corporation)
  • IoT implementation with InduSoft Web Studio and TagWell
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IoTView Case Studies

Friday, May 27, 2016

Remote Capabilities Improve Efficiency for Ethanol Plant in Competitive Thai Alternative Energy Market

Thailand remains committed to renewable energy initiatives, with a target of 25% of energy coming from renewable sources like biofuels by 2021. The target for ethanol biofuel production is 9 ML/day, and the country is well situated to supply ethanol, with E10, E20, and E85 stations spread across most areas of the country.

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Tags: alternative energy, ethanol, remote

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