Leveraging your Plant Human Machine Interface (HMI) for Better Performance in District Energy

When:  May 27, 2020 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (ET)
Join IDEA and Sustaining Sponsor, Thermo Systems, for this insightful presentation on 
Leveraging your Plant Human Machine Interface (HMI) for Better Performance in District Energy Get an in-depth look from control system and Human Machine Interface (HMI) experts at how a well-designed HMI can provide additional functionality and operational efficiencies in district energy systems. You will hear about real-life projects and the value that high performance graphics offer district energy plants.

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A Human-Machine Interface (HMI) is a user interface or dashboard that connects a person to a machine, system, or device. In industrial settings, HMIs can be used to visually display data, track production time and trends, oversee key performance indicators, and monitor machine inputs and outputs. 

Well-designed HMI’s incorporate high performance graphics and improve the user’s abilities to detect, diagnose and properly respond to normal and abnormal situations.

 
Key Takeaways for Attendees:
  • Learn HMI development best practices
  • Discover the potential for improving your plant’s HMI
  • Hear about HMI projects at other facilities and learn about the value they are seeing
  • Have the opportunity to ask experts in the industry questions you may have about high performance graphics

Presenters:
Matthew_Rawson.jpgMatthew Rawson, Control Systems Project Engineer, Thermo Systems LLC

Jason_Wittkamp.jpgJason Wittkamp, Director, Thermo Systems LLC
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