Press Release Summary:
Suited for remote monitoring of unattended equipment, wwHMI(TM) World Wide HMI server offers dynamically-generated image files in Portable Network Graphics (PNG) format. Web-native HMI graphics system enables display of web page status reports from unattended machines and equipment. Graphics available include full and quarter gauges with control limits, thermometer with control limits, on/off indicator, and set of graphical LEDs.
Original Press Release:
World Wide Machines (WWMachines.com) Announces a Web-based Human Machine Interface (HMI) Graphics System
Pasadena, CA (September 24, 2003) - World Wide Machines (WWMachines.com) announced today the immediate availability of a new web-native Human Machine Interface (HMI) graphics system for remote monitoring of unattended equipment. The wwHMI (TM) World Wide HMI server offers dynamically-generated image files for integration into any web site. Graphics available immediately include full and quarter gauges with control limits, thermometer with control limits, on/off indicator, and a set of graphical LEDs for visual monitoring of multiple control registers.
The HMI graphics server provides dynamically-generated graphics in the Portable Network Graphics (PNG) format. The server enables fast, useful and attractive web pages that display status reports from unattented machines and equipment. Web developers and system integrators can link to the dynamic graphics at no cost from any web development environment. Users can view the graphics with any current web browser. Intended applications for the graphics include internet and intranet web sites for maintenance of remote equipment sites, web monitoring of programmable logic controller (PLCs), and graphical display of data from legacy PC-based systems, embedded web servers, and databases into web pages.
The wwHMI graphics require no browser plug-ins and are compatible with all common web development tools including Microsoft Frontpage, Macromedia Dreamweaver, Macromedia Cold Fusion, PHP, Netscape Composer, and text editors. A description of the available widgets and instructions for integration into web pages can be found at the WWMachines.com web portal. The standard widgets are currently available at no charge. Custom graphics are available for OEM and enterprise applications.
About World Wide Machines (WWMachines.com)
The World Wide Machines (WWMachines.com) web portal provides hosted web sites for machines. Our hosted web sites enable secure remote monitoring and control of machinery and equipment over the internet. We provide a full set of web software and services for interfacing machines and machine networks with the world wide web including secure hosted web sites, graphics, communications software, IT consulting and data management.