releases WebAccess 2.1
HMI and SCADA software for industrial control systems and
14, 2001 -
San Ramon, California
Broadwin Technology Inc.
announces the the release of WebAccess version 2.1, the first
fully web-based HMI and SCADA software for industrial
"The content of release 2.1 establishes the leading edge
technology for browser-based HMI software," explained
Thomas Hwang, Ph. D, Broadwin vice president of engineering.
“WebAccess 2.1 provides customers with unprecedented browser-based access to industrial control and building automation applications. This new Web-enabled solution will allow users to remotely monitor and control over their network or via the Internet using a standard PC and web browser. Data is displayed in real-time with dynamically updated graphics using full motion animation.”
“The unique feature which distinguishes WebAccess from the competition is that all engineering, database configuration, graphics building and software administration can be performed
using a standard web browser also,” explained Tom Carter,
Broadwin product marketing manager. "WebAccess enables
engineers, integrators and control systems vendors with the
ability to support their systems remotely over an intranet or
the Internet using an ordinary web browser."
Using a standard Web-Browser, users can view and control automation equipment used in manufacturing facilities, industrial process plants and building automation systems. Unique to WebAccess, all configuration and deployment can be performed
remotely through a standard web browser including IO configuration, graphics building and remote software administration.
WebAccess is available for desktop computers and laptops running Windows
CE/98/ME/2000/2003/XP. Internet Explorer 6.0 supports all features of
BroadWin Technology, Inc., headquartered in San Ramon, California, is the
innovative supplier of industrial automation software, with installations worldwide. The company recently introduced
WebAccess, the industry’s first fully web browser-based software package for human-machine interfaces
(HMI), and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA). For more
information, visit BroadWin’s web site at http://www.BroadWin.com.
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