NetFront Console is developed based on the browser technology used in NetFront™ Browser, which has an extensive track record of actual market use. It provides stable performance in low-memory environments.
HTML enables speedy and low-cost UI (User Interface)/HMI (Human to Machine Interface) development.
The included PC emulator provides an environment suited to your speed of development.
Not only is NetFront Console capable of UI/HMI creation, but its browser technologies also make secure, seamless, real-time web collaboration easy.
NetFront Console is perfect for use in the UI/HMI displays of industrial devices which undergo design changes. With other companies’ products, most UI/HMI modifications for industrial equipment, such as factory automation(FA) equipment, and input devices including POS terminals and handy terminals, require additional program development and updating, even for minor UI/HMI changes.
In NetFront Console, the engine and content are separate, making it possible for users to make minor UI/HMI changes using HTML without the need for application engineers.
NetFront Console enables easy development of UI/HMI with advanced presentation capabilities in HTML. In addition, displayed contents can be easily replaced.
Data from measuring devices can be retrieved using a PC via the Internet and displayed on a browser.
E-manual distribution, feature updates, and UI/HMI development can be easily operated from a server or PC.
By linking in-house systems with cloud services via browser technologies, necessary functions can be easily added later as building conditions and management needs change. In addition, menus can be created in HTML, allowing for easy updating of the UI/HMI. Furthermore, remote monitoring and control using smartphones and tablets are possible.
Content examples: Monitoring of electricity, gas, and water usage, management and operation of lighting and air conditioning, notification of disaster prevention information, monitoring of elevator operation status, notification of security information, etc.
An intercom can be linked with external services and smartphones/tablets using browser technologies installed within NetFront Console. Dedicated service contents can also be displayed on the panel, allowing these services to be operated from the indoor intercom.
Content examples: Monitoring of electricity, gas, and water usage, managing and controlling home appliances; checking disaster information; obtaining condominium information, and making reservations for facilities, etc.
Domestic appliances, such as refrigerators, are increasingly becoming network-connected. NetFront Console can be used to streamline the development of touch panel UI/HMIs and equip them with communication functions, making remote control possible. It can also drive users to web services.
All devices equipped with a display
Examples of devices