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Wide-Format HMI Touchscreens Bridge Consumer/Production Gap

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Cabe Atwell   6/3/2014 7:51:00 PM
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Test was successful!

 

HMI touchscreens seem like the perfect tool for engineers. Being able to manipulate project objects with your fingers is incredibly cool, more so over a mouse.

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arielsoft   6/2/2014 3:00:30 PM
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smooth integration
naperlou   6/2/2014 2:13:59 PM
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Rob, this is a really nice set of products.  The HMI is an important piece equipment.  The more flexible and graphical, the more useful it will be.

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