A human-machine interface (HMI) is the component of a machine that enables you to interact with that machine.
In the industrial world, common HMIs include:
- industrial control panels
- machinery controls
- software for controlling equipment
These devices ensure you can effectively control and operate your machinery. They also collect information to aid you in decision-making. Some HMIs are local to a single device, meaning they can only allow one person to interact with one machine. However, with the use of a host control system, one HMI can allow multiple people to interact with multiple machines.
HMIs ensure effective control and operation of a machine by its human operator. Browse below to find the HMIs that are right for you:
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