Bridging the gap between human and machine
In the factories of the future, digital transformation will be a daily process of innovation, powered by AI, data, and the Internet of Things (IoT). But this vision can only be realised if humans and machines can interact seamlessly and flexibly – meaning there’s a powerful need for smarter, agile and more accessible HMIs.
This is made especially pressing by edge computing and integration with other open APIs. As waves of innovation within machines take place, we know there’s huge value in empowering businesses to visualise system improvements, access interfaces and action changes at speed. That knowledge has fuelled Siemens’ commitment to our visualisation system, WinCC.
Now, its latest iteration – WinCC Unified – can deliver powerful visualisation functionalities to a broad range of platforms. We’re transforming the experience of interacting with machines in the plant or on the factory floor. And, we’re creating opportunities for innovation and delivering value for manufacturers large and small as we go.
A New generation of Human Machine Interface in practiceIt’s the next generation of Human Machine Interface (HMI) – and it’s set to transform user experiences and boost productivity with innovation at the edge. Watch the video below and subscribe to further bitesize WinCC Unified technology insights from Dan Smalley, Head of Factory Automation Digitalisation, to find out how to improve your productivity, and create efficiency savings.
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Boosting efficiency and experience with Heizomat
Heizomat’s wood chip heaters are popular among business and residential users, and the German manufacturer has enjoyed sustained international growth over the past few years. However, new demands are beginning to shape its market, with customers looking for greater efficiency, durability and usability. Discover how Heizomat worked with Siemens WinCC to introduce a new visualisation system that has led to improved performance, better value for customers and a better user experience.
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