Access, Monitor, And Control

Maple Systems (Everett, WA) has announced a new capability in its human machine interfaces (HMIs) that allow them to be remotely controlled and monitored with laptop and desktop computers, as well as touch pads and cellular phones. Maple HMIs have a VNC (virtual network computing) server that makes that remote access possible.

Maple Systems (Everett, WA) has announced a new capability in its human machine interfaces (HMIs) that allow them to be remotely controlled and monitored with laptop and desktop computers, as well as touch pads and cellular phones. Maple HMIs have a VNC (virtual network computing) server that makes that remote access possible. Users can now communicate with their Ethernet-connected Maple HMI via any device that has internet access and a VNC client capability. This capability provides an affordable option for operations of all sizes to access, monitor, and control their automation process from afar.

Check out www.maplesystems.com to learn more.

 

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