The Stadler Pankow GmbH (Stadler) is a leading supplier of rail vehicles, with a focus on regional trains, trams and tailor-made carriages. With the help of the web toolbox WebIQ, Stadler has developed an HMI kit that claims to be no less than the HMI for the next generation of light rail vehicles.
The requirements for a blown film line from Reifenhäuser are quickly described: “Produce cost-effective consistent quality around the clock.”
But the number of process parameters that affect cost, time, and quality are huge. Therefore, it is very important for the operator to keep track of the process and to detect deviations immediately. The new web-based HMI of the EVO blown film line meets this challenge and is full of HMI-innovations.
Weiss Technik develops and builds testing systems, which can simulate all climatic conditions around the globe and beyond. Weiss needed an HMI for its systems, which can display the tests both: on-site and remotely. The solution was a web-based HMI. With the innovative WEBSeason® user interface the user can program, control and monitor his tests, anytime and anywhere.
Sign up for MyWebIQ. Here you will find access to our online examples, videos and a demo version containing the WebIQ Designer and the WebIQ Runtime with full functionality and no time limit, including OPC UA connection. The demo-version is limited to one PLC, a maximum of 30 process variables and one client.