Wonderware solutions enables production and industrial operations to synchronize with business objectives to achieve speed, flexibility, and sustained profitability. Wonderware software delivers significant cost benefits for designing, building, deploying, and maintaining robust applications for manufacturing and infrastructure operations. Organizations from many different industries choose Wonderware Human Machine Interface (HMI) and Supervisory Control solutions because they satisfy the concerns of plant management, engineering, production, and IT staff alike. Wonderware brings an empowering simplicity to managing plant operations through legendary ease of use, unparalleled scalability, matchless capabilities, and standards-based, secure integration.
Our pool of full-time staff resources is factory-trained and has knowledge and experience with Wonderware HMI and Supervisory Control solutions (including InTouch and ArchestrA). We have experience in the design, integration, implementation, testing, start-up, and commissioning as well as support of Wonderware systems in multiple applications within the Pharmaceutical, Food and Beverage, and Utilities sector. By being platform-independent, we don’t just work on Wonderware systems — we can integrate them with other technologies across your enterprise for maximum benefit. In many instances, we have successfully integrated Wonderware HMI & Supervisory control systems to PLC’s of other manufacturer’s control system platforms as well as automation networks to collect data, monitor the control systems, and generate business intelligence (dashboard) reports. PACIV was selected to provide support on a recent Wonderware Project customer Supervisory Control upgrade. A virtual server was installed with new thin clients. The latest version of InTouch was installed, and graphs were upgraded (migrated) to the new versions.
PACIV was selected to provide support on a customer Supervisory Control upgrade. A virtual server was installed with new thin clients. The latest version of InTouch was installed and graphs were upgraded (migrated) to the new versions.