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atvise webMI - The Web Server Specifications
By providing guidelines for unified usage of pure web standards (not by creating new ones!), atvise webMI ensures that every certified web server - no matter from which vendor - can be used as a server for web HMIs. By defining which web formats have to be used, atvise webMI allows the free exchange and combination of the created HMI’s across any product borders. For example: You can, for instance, combine HMIs of single machines or PLCs in one complete screen, or simply integrate them in your SCADA HMI.
atvise webMI delivers full HMI functionality down to a broad range of devices. The web server delivers data and HMI directly. The result: no more need to implement additional communications.
The guidelines of atvise webMI can easily be implemented in nearly every device - without the need for any code or executables of atvise.
Functional certification levels
To ensure maximum interoperability and the possibility to allow for the capabilities of the different target devices, atvise webMI releases different certification levels:
Every atvise webMI compliant server can be engineered with the atvise builder. The atvise builder provides you with professional HMI design options and allows you to add even sophisticated dynamics, just with a few mouse clicks. And what is more, it is part of the free downloadable atvise edition!
The atvise builder generates and uploads the HMI-Files - strictly using only pure web standards:
The atvise webMI engineering tool and the atvise webMI script libraries ensure full cross-browser functionality (and yes, we even support MS Internet Explorer without any plug-in!).
Every component can provide a native web HMI that is available everywhere!
With atvise webMI technology, vendors are able to turn their devices into servers for a fully web-based and powerful visualization that can be used on nearly any endpoint.
Open Web Standards Make All The Difference!
The use of official web formats and standards help save engineering, maintenance and migration costs and opens up new possibilities:
The open web standards advantage: More flexibility - product independence - more functionality