Technology we all use every day

The cornerstone of current web technology was laid in 1989 at the CERN research center. This was where Tim-Berners Lee and Robert Cailliau developed the HTTP network protocol and the markup language HTML. At the time, it was only possible to display passive websites, which is practically unthinkable today. Over time, JavaScript and cascading style sheets (CSS) have added dynamic and interactive capabilities, resulting in what we all know today as the standard for data visualization on the internet.

The benefits of native web technologies

This is what web technology does for automation

Less installation effort

A web browser is available on almost every device. And that's all atvise® needs for visualization. This makes the rollout of clients and application updates child's play


atvise® graphical objects are implemented as vector graphics. Vector graphics can be scaled without loss of definition and guarantee high-performance data visualization, on low-end displays as well as full-blown control stations


Even 20-year-old websites are still displayed correctly today. Large corporations in the World Wide Web Consortium make sure they are and will continue to do so in the future

Responsive design

Web technologies make it possible to dynamically adjust data visualization to any device. You decide how you would like to visualize data on different types of terminal devices. Of course, atvise® includes responsive design

Added value for users

The support of touch gestures such as zoom or pan is a standard function in modern web browsers. As a result, these gestures can be quickly and easily implemented in atvise® applications

Safe as a bank

With a large community providing support in the background, web technologies benefit from a high level of security continuously adjusted to the state of the art. This means atvise® applications are based on a reliable and secure interface for data exchange

PURE WEB since 2006

From the very start, atvise® was developed as the first professional SCADA solution on the basis of web standards such as HTML5, CSS, JavaScript and SVG. Only these technologies are displayed and executed by all the common web browsers without additional plug-ins. We have summarized what this means for automation solutions below.


There's even more

Due to their implementation by web technology alone, atvise® solutions use a web server as the interface for clients. The server is freely accessible to atvise® developers and offers a lot of freedom in terms of engineering. It's possible to use web community contributions at any time to integrate libraries, frameworks and design templates in atvise® applications.


Our definition of web technology in automation

Freedom is the guiding principle in atvise® solutions, especially when it comes to using web technology. Is a REST API required as a data interface for other web applications? Should existing internet resources be used which have already proven to be the solution to common problems? Or is there a requirement to implement a 100-% customizable front end with modern frameworks such as Bootstrap, React, Vue or Angular?

Have you considered atvise®? Because it's precisely this freedom in the implementation of automation solutions that we focus on now and have been focusing on since 2006.