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  • The Stellaris (R) Graphics Library Makes Short Order of Assembling a Dynamic HMI
    A well-designed human machine interface (HMI) can be a major selling point for an embedded electronic system. From medical instruments and consumer devices to industrial controls, a nice display with intuitive controls can combine style with functionality to make it easy for a user to set, monitor
  • Design Considerations for a Natural User Interface (NUI)
    Recent revolutionary advancements have shown that a more intuitive, engaging and captivating user interface will not only improve the effectiveness of the system, but also boost the productivity of users. As a result, the goal is now a natural user interface (NUI) for applications. Today's
  • Autonomous Car: 3D Image Sensors for Enhanced Safety and Convenience
    Besides driver state monitoring, capturing 3D data inside a car facilitates entirely new human machine interface (HMI) concepts.
  • Upgrading a Glass Coating Plant
    Several years ago, a glass manufacturer was building a new glass coating facility. They wanted to use all the latest technology, especially for the control and monitoring system. It was decided that one of the new MS-Windows based HMI packages, Wonderware, would be used. The operator interface
  • New Tools for Industrial Automation
    interface (HMI) development, and connectivity tools needed to develop and maintain industrial control, monitoring, and data acquisition. It is available in two versions, basic and professional. Control programming development comes from PAC Control, a flowchart-based programming and debugging tool
  • Cause for Alarm?
    . The Human-Machine Interface (HMI) One aspect of what the HMI portion of an automation system typically purports to do, is to provide accurate, reliable and timely information to operators regarding process upsets such that the operator understands the situation and can appropriately respond
  • Automation comes to wet-processing stations
    Requirements coming out of semiconductor manufacturing have resulted in the development of a stepmotor driver able to generate up to 500,000 steps/rev. This high resolution effectively eliminates vibration and motor resonances that lead to missing steps. A touch-screen interface (upper left corner
  • Integrate and simplify
    that of similar products. All but the simplest machines require both sequential and motion control. Kinetix encompasses both, from PLC and Sercos interface to servodrives and servomotors. Kinetix brings together sequential and motion control in one complete system, and spans from motors, drives and PLCs to HMI

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