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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

Kaspersky Industrial Cybersecurity with InduSoft Web Studio HMI/SCADA Applications

(36:32)

InduSoft (Scott A. Kortier)
  • Introduction
  • Some of the security features in InduSoft Web Studio
Kaspersky Industrial Cybersecurity (Giovane Pucci)

IoT solutions with InduSoft Web Studio and Arduino in Coating Processes

(1:10:38)

InduSoft (Scott A. Kortier)
  • Introduction
  • InduSoft Overview
  • What is IoT, IIoT and Industry 4.0?
  • InduSoft IoTView 
  • Additional Resources
Structural Coatings Inc. (Bill Mars)
  • Why InduSoft?
  • Arduino Remote Access via Modbus Slave
  • Data Collection
Q&A

Webinar en Español: InduSoft IoTView

(1:10:36)

InduSoft (Joel Fernández Cusi)
  • Introducción
  • ¿Qué es IoT? (y otras ideas relacionadas)
  • IoTView y nuevas características
  • Driver de comunicación: MQTT
  • Demonstratción
  • Aplicación de deomstración
  • Guardar en Base de datos
  • Recursos
Preguntas y Respuestas

InduSoft IoTView

(58:26)

InduSoft (Scott A. Kortier)
  • Introduction
  • What is IoT, IIoT and other related ideas
  • IoTView and New(er) features
  • MQTT driver
  • Demonstration
    • Demo application
    • Save to database
  • Resources
  • Questions & Answers

Service Pack 1 para InduSoft Web Studio 8.0

(50:25)

Producto
  • Introducción
  • ¿Qué herramientas nuevas hay en la versión IWSv8.0+SP1?

Recursos Adicionales
  • Actualizaciones en la página web
  • Recursos de Marketing

P&R
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IoTView Case Studies

Monday, January 14, 2008

Searing Hot Yields for RRB Sugar - InduSoft Sweetens the Bottom Line for Indian Sugar Mill

RRB Sugar Mills Ltd. is one of India’s largest sugar producers,with a cane-crushing capacity of 400 Tons of Cane per Day(TCD). While most industries rely on external power sources to fuel their operation, sugar manufacturers can produce their ownpower in a process called cogeneration. As part of the process of producing sugar from sugar cane, by-products such as bagasse—a left-over fiber from the crushing and extraction process—can be employed as an eco-friendly fuel for power cogeneration. The bagasse can be incinerated to fuel a boiler furnace, which can be used to produce electricity. The power, produced by the furnace can be used in the production of more sugar cane—a net positive energy gain.

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Tags: scada software, scada, sugar cane production, sugar cane scada, sugar plant scada, sugar scada

Categories: Oil & Gas, SCADA, Case Studies, Portuguese

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Paulista Shopping Mall

The InduSoft application used by the Paulista Shopping Mall allows a small staff to monitor and control all automated systems inside a modern shopping mall located on the stylish Rua Treze de Maio in São Paulo, Brazil.  The graphical capabilities of InduSoft allowed creation of an intuitive and easy to use interface, which makes it very simple, even for inexperienced users, to monitor and control environmental conditions in the mall. From the control room, the duty operator can perform tasks such as turning on and off specific sections of the monitoring system, check temperatures in different areas of the mall and change setpoints as needed, check for failures in the electrical system, visualize the demand control, print reports, visualize and acknowledge alarms, and—very important to this user—set schedulers to turn on and off specific areas or pieces of equipment inside the system.

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Categories: Building Automation, Case Studies, Portuguese, Germany

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