- Software system for rapid application development for industry, schools, laboratories,...
- Visualization and control of technology processes in real time
- Bridge between technology and ERP
- Human-machine interface
- Direct control of machines and technology lines
- Simulation, research and development, education
- Control Web is consistently designed to be independent on particular hardware devices
- It can communicate with any hardware with proper driver
- PLC: Siemens, Mitsubishi, Omron, Teco, Allen-Bradley, ABB, Honeywell, ...
- I/O modules (DataLab IO, ELSACO, ADAM, ...)
- plug-in cards (Advantech, Axiom, Tedia, ...)
- "virtual" devices, e.g. WWW server etc.
- Driver architecture is open and well documented,
everybody can implement his or her own driver
- Support for open protocols
- ASCII communication over serial (COM) line
- OPC Data Access
- DDE / NetDDE, FastDDE
- Backward compatibility with DDE servers
- GSM modems, SMS messages
- HTTP access to WWW servers
- Modicon Modbus, Modbus/TCP ...
- Support for open standards
- Wide interoperability thank to support of standard protocols and data formats
- TCP/IP, HTTP, HTML (Ethernet, WiFi, dial-up, �)
- ODBC / SQL
- COM / ActiveX
- OPC (OLE for Process Control)
- GSM / GPRS
- DDE, NetDDE
- Ability to work in distributed environment
- Control Web application can share data over network, call procedures remotely etc.
- Data can be shared (synchronized) to ensure reliability (clustering)
- Application access through WWW browser ("thin client")
- Control Web contains embedded HTTP server, which enables dynamic applications
based on WWW technologies, accessed with standard WWW browsers
- It is possible to create server applications for wide numbers of clients,
from fully-featured PCs to mobile phones
Control Web perfectly works on the pre-alfa versions of the future Microsoft operating
system code-named Longhorn.
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