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Invensys Releases Wonderware System Platform 4.0
Invensys Operations Management (IOM) has released its Wonderware System Platform 4.0 software. Wonderware System Platform 4.0 software delivers new device connectivity functions, tiered historian capabilities and web visualization improvements, that the company says enable plant operators to manage and control equipment and processes more effectively; information systems personnel to integrate and make use of real-time manufacturing information more easily; and for all personnel to be continuously up to date on their overall operation’s performance.
The System Platform software offers new tiered historian capabilities, that simplify data time-stamping, information aggregation, retrieval and reporting, as well as. improved information security and disaster recovery across distributed operations.
The platform historian is also available as a stand-alone offering, Wonderware Historian 10.0. The Information Server 4.0 component now provides the experience and performance of real-time ArchestrA graphics for web visualization. Now customers' graphical configuration efforts can be reused and managed across their manufacturing enterprises.
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