Originally released in 2005, Atvise SCADA is a browser-based monitoring and control software solution based on modern OPC UA architecture. This allows the solution to support access from any browser without the need for additional browser expansions or the installation of client software. The user interface is scaled automatically to fit various kinds of devices, both desktop and mobile.
Atvise SCADA is used by companies across multiple sectors, including energy, oil and gas, transportation, building automation, water management, and manufacturing.
Atvise SCADA includes a wide range of ready-made data interfaces for easy integration with third-party databases and web services. Clarify can be easily connected to Atvise, providing a cost-efficient and simple way of getting value from the time series data sent to the platform.
Clarify makes it easy to visualize time series data from your industrial automation network, access it on web and mobile devices, as well as sharing data to other people. With Clarify, your organization can focus on key business goals instead of configuring dashboards or developing expensive custom solutions.
All internal components in Atvise are OPC UA nodes, which is not typical for traditional SCADA software. Atvise SCADA provides a number of OPC UA services for flexible distribution of data. OPC UA Data Access, Alarms & Conditions, Historical Access and Methods are available as interfaces for retrieving and providing process data. They can be used to enable the interaction between Atvise systems, as well as by other system components. Thanks to the support of OPC UA services, Atvise SCADA systems can remain continuously synchronized in the overall architecture, all without loss of information or interface adjustments.
Atvise SCADA software also includes an engineering tool called Atvise Builder. This instrument allows integrators and developers to access, design, edit, and configure automated processes from any location thanks to remote access through OPC UA.
Using Atvise Builder, organizations can import project updates at runtime without interrupting processes currently running in the system. A wide range of editors are offered for the engineering of data structures, alarms, archive configurations, etc.