Industrial controls software is used to manage industrial and process control processes, machinery and applications.
Computer Numerical Control Software (CNC) (70 suppliers)
Computer numerical control software (CNC) is used to create tool paths for CNC machine control systems, or to turn a personal computer (PC) into a CNC controller.
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Data Acquisition Software (618 suppliers)
Data acquisition software is designed to collect, record, store, present and analyze data collected from sensors and other digital devices.
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Human Machine Interface (HMI) Software (118 suppliers)
Human machine interface (HMI) software enables operators to manage industrial and process control machinery via a computer-based graphical user interface (GUI). The computer on which HMI software is installed is called a human machine interface or HMI.
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Machine Control Software (242 suppliers)
Machine control software is designed for personal computers (PCs) or stand-alone controllers. It allows personnel to configure, program, and calibrate computerized machinery.
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Machine Vision Software (52 suppliers)
Machine vision software is used to control and drive machine vision systems.
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Motion Control Software (105 suppliers)
Motion control software uses advanced algorithms for programming, monitoring, and optimizing digital motion control products.
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OPC (OLE Process Control) Servers (1 suppliers)
OPC (OLE Process Control) servers use OLE Process Control (OPC) network software, which is designed to communicate among all industrial devices using the Microsoft OLE technology. An OPC server is the the central software that handles thiis communication passing data between the field devices and the client applications.
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Robot Software (56 suppliers)
Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems are large-scale, industrial control and measurement systems that consist of a central host, one or more remote units, a communications network, and specialized software.
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Trending and Historian Software (23 suppliers)
Trending and historian software is used to record trends and historical information about industrial processes for future reference.
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