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Institute Mihailo Pupin
Institute Mihailo Pupin is the leading Serbian R&D institution in the field of Information & Communication Techologies.

Automation & Control Systems Ltd
The Automation & Control Systems Ltd is the core division of the Institute Mihailo Pupin, and the owner of the VIEW4 application.

The long list of the Institute's references and customers is the best proof of its high professional and techological achievments.

ATLAS Systems
The other related IMP project: ATLAS Systems (ATLAS-MAX & pikoATLAS) provides the underlying RTU and PLC infrastructure needed for VIEW4 control implementation

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VIEW4 Server

The VIEW4 Server is the core application component at the center of all VIEW4 SCADA activities.  Basically, VIEW4 Server is sole-responsible for the functioning of the overall SCADA application. The following list is far of being complete, but it points to the essential server’s jobs/tasks:

  • Databases handling and maintenance
  • Processing of acquired data
  • Processing of calculated data
  • Processing of entered data
  • Customized data processing
  • Event processing
  • Chronological SOE (Sequence of Events) data recording
  • Management of HMI controls (command sequences)
  • Data archiving – analogue and digital I/O, events and SOE records
  • Reports and printouts
  • Processing of post-mortem records
  • Management of the dual server configuration
  • Support of the VIEW4 HMI subsystems
  • Time synchronization (NTP and GPS) support
  • Communication with process stations - FEP support
  • Data exchange with other custom-made application servers (for example: Distributed Management System)

The Functional Block Diagram of the VIEW4 Server is presented hereafter.  The VIEW4 CORE interacts with surrounding VIEW4 modules and real-time database RTDB.  Some of the presented modules are integral parts of the VIEW4 Server itself, while others are only supported.


VIEW4 Server Block Diagram