Human Machine Interface (HMI) and its Importance in Industrial Automation

Human Machine Interface; in short "HMI" is the means by which an operator can interact or control the machine or the entire process. It all started with hard wired push buttons and indicator lights on a control panel.

Expanding the Definition of HMI

Todays HMIs (Human Machine Interfaces) go beyond pushbuttons to incorporate high resolution, multi-touch and haptic technologies.

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