Touch and Web operation from Siemens

Published:  03 June, 2015

Siemens, building automation system, BMS, BEMS, touch screen, touchscreen

Desigo Touch and Web is an operating solution for the Desigo building automation system. Two intuitive touch panels offer significantly more convenient and efficient operation of building plants than conventional solutions. A newly developed interface adds browser-controlled plant operation of multiple plants.

The user friendly graphical interface makes plant operation straightforward and efficient.

Touch and Web uses a newly developed web interface, which is based on state-of-the-art web technologies. It allows users to operate and monitor plants from a web browser on a notebook, PC or tablet.

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