NETx BMS 2.0 Server’s Visualisation Editor Makes Centralised Control Easy and Powerful

The embedded web server makes the NETx BMS Server a flexible platform for web based visualizations. All software components that you need to create your visualization are already included in the NETx BMS Server. The web engine only uses HTML and JavaScript for the visualization. So each device with standard web browser can serve as a so called BMS Client. The web based visualization is not limited to PC systems but can also be used on smartphones, tablets, touch panels or other embedded devices.

It is Versatile

Although BMS Clients are web based, they are able to provide extended and sophisticated visualizations. Besides standard elements like buttons, sliders and pictures, you can use extended control elements: showing past data point values (e.g. consumption values of smart meters) within the Historical Data Chart – definition of timers and events in the server-based calendar – Drag & Drop

Amazing Free App

For displaying a web based visualization, a standard web browser is sufficient. For the platforms iOS and Android we provide a special app (NETx Touch) for free. NETx Touch allows the visualization and control of a building via mobile devices with touchscreens. The app offers the following advantages:  location-independent control – simple configuration – automatic client search – configuration pages are secured with password – main/backup support

It’s Reliable

NETx Touch offers the opportunity to integrate a web based visualization into a main/backup solution. The connection settings (address of main and backup server, name of NETx BMS Client definition, user name and password) can be configured and secured against modification by the end user permanently. An automatic client search function facilitates the configuration.

Want to learn more?

We offer NETx training courses or beginners as well as professionals.

Our NETx courses cover:

1. Introduction to the system
2. Visualisation project
3. Integration project
4. Solutions and case studies

Jump straight to our introduction here:



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