Friday, February 12, 2010

Award for HMI software

InduSoft has won Control Engineering's Engineers' Choice Award in the HMI software category. Control Engineering changed its award process in 2006 and let its readers (instead of its editors) vote on the awards. Indusoft was chosen for the 2006 award, and it now receives the award for a second time in 2010.

Control Engineering 2010 Engineers' Choice Awards highlight some of the best new control, instrumentation and automation products introduced in 2009 as chosen by Control Engineering's print and online subscribers. Survey respondents were asked to select products based on technological advancement, service to the industry, and market impact.
David Greenfield, Control Engineering's Editorial Director, said, "With more than 600 votes cast in the Engineers' Choice Awards this year, all entries across the 29 product categories were exposed to an array of voting engineers' scrutiny. As a result, InduSoft's win of the HMI Software category award indicates a high level of end-user respect for their product. We congratulate Indusoft for its success in bringing to market a product of such high interest and value to the automation & controls engineering community."

"We are extremely proud to win this award," said Marcia Gadbois, Vice President of Business Development at InduSoft. "Engineers are continuing to put their trust in us. Customers are choosing InduSoft for HMI and SCADA projects based on our complete feature set, flexibility, and ability to support them."

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See also
  • Engineers choice for connectivity! (Kepware)
  • First among signal conditioners (Moore Industries).
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