From a Ridiculed Solution to the Standard for Data Visualization

The foundation of today's web technologies was laid in 1989 at CERN research center, where Tim-Berners Lee and Robert Cailliau developed the HTTP network protocol and the HTML text markup language. At that time, only the display of passive websites was possible, which is nowadays inconceivable. Over time, JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) added dynamism and interaction to these technologies and they have become the standard for data display and visualization on the web that we all know today.

The Advantages of Native Web Technologies

No client installations

A web browser is now available as an end device on almost every potential client. And that's all atvise® needs for visualization. This makes rolling out clients and application updates a breeze

High performance

The graphic objects of atvise® were implemented on the basis of vector graphics. These ensure lossless scaling of graphics and high-performance data visualization. Thus, nothing hinders the visualization on low-end displays as well as on full-blown control stations


Even 20-year-old websites are still displayed correctly today. Large corporations in the World Wide Web Consortium ensure this and will continue to do so in the future

Adaptives Design

Web technologies make it possible to dynamically adapt data visualization depending on the end device. This feature gives you the ability to decide how you want to visualize data on different end devices and is obviously also part of atvise®

PURE WEB since 2006

atvise® was developed as the first professional SCADA solution based on web standards such as HTML5, CSS, JavaScript and SVG. Only these technologies are displayed and executed by all common web browsers without additional plugins. More information about what this means for automation solutions is summarized below.