Navis is a powerful and reliable system for developing SCADA applications for industrial automation and process control. Navis has the most advanced features for process imaging techniques, includes integrated storage systems and analysis of trend curves of signals, storage and display alarms, hierarchical management of users and allows connectivity to databases and instrumentation. Its main feature is the ease of understanding and realization of each operation aimed at ensuring the application development fast times for each learning, development and maintenance.

Easy approach to the overall supervision

In the modern industrial processes the increasing sophistication of the installations, the progress in technology and the sudden and flexible definition of production times make the industrial automation supporting structure in the architecture of the manufacturing system.
The request for information from every sector of the supply chain and the need for product data historicizing require instruments capable of monitoring, capture and manage data with ease, safety and versatility.
The most advanced tools for application development, functional to the automation process, identify today their evolution in ease of use by the technical staff even unskilled, preventing the possibility of error.
Navis is a powerful system for the development of SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) that allows you to implement the functions of HMI (Human Machine Interface) for industrial automation and process control.
Developed with the aim to ensure an easy approach of management, Navis is able to ensure the operators responsible for the plant a fast learning and to satisfy each request for maintenance and modification quickly and controlled.

Navis has the most advanced of the process image presentation techniques through a graphical development system simple and powerful windows, which provides a quick learning curve.
Navis also includes integrated systems for storage and analysis of trend curves of the signals; storage and display of alarms, read data coming from the instruments according to the most widely used communication standards.

Fields of application

Here are some examples of the areas of use of Navis.
Navis is used in the chemical and petrochemical, food and pharmaceutical industry, in the treatment of steels and non-ferrous materials, in batching plants in the paper production processes, control of aerothermic systems, remote control of unmanned plants, in industrial ovens and in all situation where it requires the centralization of data of a plant, historical records, network distribution, cotrollo by operators, production management, presentation states, alarm management, data logging, and so on.

Graphical Development System

The Navis Designer environment enables the rapid and intuitive development of synoptic and operator panels aimed at controlling plant status.
And ‘it allowed the development of pages representing the whole plant and details of pages able to represent limited areas highlighting the details.
The number of possible pages is limited only by the characteristics of the hardware system used.
Each page can be placed, simply moved or resized with the mouse use many types of graphical controls: lines, polylines, geometric shapes, images of different formats, text, numbers, keys for commands.
The animation of the synoptic control becomes easy and spontaneous operation by using a simple configuration screen. They define fast color, visibility, background fill, the edges or any other characteristic of the dynamic objects making it easy and intuitive use of the synoptic by the operator.
Navis controls all of the links configurations canceling any possibility of error in the development phase.

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