Cross platform HMI solution

Microsoft x64, ARM

– server from version 2008 R2 to version 2022

– desktop from Windows 7 to Windows 11

– embedded from Windows 7 to Windows 11 IoT

– windows on ARM

Linux x64, ARM

– all modern Linux distributions

Remarks: it doesn’t require any kind of installation procedure nor compilation for anyone of them. Just copy a folder and start.

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Replace a broken HMI solution in minutes

The entire HMI solution available doesn’t require any installation and is stored on a removable support.
In the event of disaster recovery, it is necessary to remove such media from the broken hardware and insert it in a spare part, or using any other laptop, desktop PC, or server PC in your company and you can continue to operate with your machine.
In the event of emergency, the OS version you are running is not of importance as you can run the HMI solution using other types of hardware and OS.

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Client Server architecture

TCP/IP sockets and Ethernet support guarantee a high level of connectivity between eScada server component and several other eScada client components.
From everywhere in your company, or from a remote site using VPN, you can operate with your equipment as you were in front of it.

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Connectivity and Industry 4.0

Connectivity

eScada permits to use several instances of common server protocols.

Currently Modbus Server TCP, Hypertext Transfer Protocol, OPC-UA (polling mode) and Weihenstephan Standards for Production Data Acquisition are fully supported.

The implemented Weihenstephan physical interface is aligned to the Version 8 for bottling and packaging plants and machines of the food industry.


Databases

Dependently on the OS used it’s possible to read and write data using the major database engines currently present on market, such as Microsoft SQL server, mySQL, Oracle and many others, using OleDB technology.
Microsoft SQL Server is available for both OS, Linux and MS Windows.

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