FactoryStudio powered by FrameworX allows our OEM partners to be even more flexible in creating HMI solutions that are tailored to the needs of their customers. Therefore, you can design user interfaces that are even more user-friendly. Companies in the food, beverage, CPG and pharmaceutical industries demand HMIs be easily customizable and easy-to-use.
Lincoln Water, located in Maine, was in need of upgrading their legacy National Instruments data collection system and were looking for a modern platform to sustain their systems for the future.
Irrigation Automation Company needed a way to visualize and control real-time data to improve efficiency and performance of pivots out in the field, while allowing farmers the ability to communicate via a mobile device, iPad or iPhone. They searched for a complete software package that provided the necessary connectivity, communications, report generation, and graphic displays all-in-one.
The goal was to allow for better control and monitoring for the company’s processes, which included designing and controlling the compression systems; managing gas; and controlling the production of the Condensed Natural Gas (CNG) dispensers.
The goal was to monitor the equipment throughout the Cargill Feed Safety Research Center (FSRC) and within potentially contaminated areas.
They needed to create an automated system to collect data from across the entire dairy, including the milk supply, flash pasteurizer, tank farm, and CIP- station (cleaning) sections from four independent PLCs.
Saginaw Jail was using software and hardware based on the Windows XP generation. Showing its age, speed was a significant obstacle that they needed to overcome.
They needed to modernize their SCADA system by replacing the legacy Opto 22 and Wonderware system to provide Operator Interface, Data Collection, and management of Alarms for refrigeration control system.
In 2011, RENIFER was commissioned by the Brazilian government to develop a prison monitoring system. It would take longer for current legacy software products to be enhanced in order to fully leverage the new technologies than it would a modern product already built on today’s current technologies.
United Copper needed a centralized and unified way to operate, monitor, and analyze each of their production lines in order to improve performance.