Information about the new release

With flexible management of historical data and fully modular logics in the engineering of graphical objects, our new atvise® release is waiting to increase effiency in your projects. 

Separation of graphics and logic

This feature enables atvise® users to use component-based engineering of dynamizations and self-created logics. Dynamizations which have already been created can thus be used in a simple manner as central logic components by several graphical objects at the same time. The user has full control and can decide at any time whether logic should be moved in or out. This saves valuable time in the implementation and maintenance of projects, since a change in a centralized logic component immediately affects all referenced graphic objects.


Dynamic import/export of historical archives

With this feature, operators are provided with an archive management in the atvise® visualization that enables the manual and cyclical storage and retrieval of archive files. Cyclic saving of the project database can also be parameterized with the component. Archived data can thus be stored on external storage media without any additional programming effort. This means that any archiving strategy can be implemented and the operator can control the amount of data to be actively retained in the runtime system. If the outsourced data is required for the creation of evaluations or data analyses, it can be stored again at any time via the archive management. And as soon as an archive is moved back into storage, all atvise® tools can be used to analyze the data. Thus, nothing stands in the way of data analysis via the included trend component or the historical list.


Further information

The new release can be downloaded here:

Direct link to the atvise® download area

In addition, you can expect another update of atvise® 3.5 in a few weeks. Our latest atvise® release will be extended with an import and export interface for version control of projects. With this feature, atvise® users will benefit from full transparency in engineering.