SIMATIC WinCC Open Architecture is part of the SIMATIC HMI family and designed for applications of large scale and high complexity as well as projects with special requirements on system perequisites and customized functionality.
SIMATIC WinCC Open Architecture is a SCADA system for visualizing and operating of processes, production flows, machines and plants in all lines of business. Distributed systems enable any number of stand-alone systems, from 2 to 2048, to be linked via a network. Each subsystem can be configured either as a single-user or multi-user system, redundant or not, in each case. SIMATIC WinCC Open Architecture relies consistently on object orientation for process images and the database structure.
WinCC Open Architecture V3.15 - the modern, efficient and flexible SCADA systemIndustry 4.0 and IoT (Internet of Things) demand future focused systems. With SIMATIC WinCC Open Architecture version 3.15 you can maintain an overview in the data jungle while increasing the efficiency of your Installation.
WinCC OA Mobile UIThe mobile user interface from SIMATIC WinCC Open Architecture is a mobile client for iOS and Android devices which offers the same possibilities and functionality as a standard client.
SIMATIC WinCC Open Architecture
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