HMI Configuration

The HMI is typically a graphical interface that displays the current status of a process, such as motor status, valve status, temperatures, pressures and other system variables. The role of the Human-Machine Interface is to provide operators, maintenance personnel and management with the tools necessary to access, control and view the parameters of a process. The Human-Machine Interface may range in scope from a single standalone operator panel, to multi-plant, client server installations with multiple redundant servers and distributed view nodes on the plant floor.

SEID’s experience with Human-Machine Interface installations includes:

  • Client/server set-up
  • Software installation and configuration
  • Network configuration
  • Redundant servers configuration
  • Standards and templates development
  • Access and security levels definition
  • Workstation lockdown policies

Projects at SEID are successfully designed, built, tested and commissioned by following a rigorous project methodology; for HMI development, key aspects of our methodology include:

  • Documented sequence of operations
  • Operations requirement identification
  • Access and security levels definition
  • PID control loops
  • Alarm monitoring

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