Cervello maintains separation of concerns; meaning that for every funcitonality the platform provides, there’s only one module responsible for this functionality.
At first, it might not be obvoius why this is important, but if our users faced a problem, and didn’t know the origin of the problem, how will they be able to solve it?
Cervello separates between
VPIs are used to build
logic flows, like:
alarmsbased on the value of the
Visualizations are the means provided by
Cervello for the users to be able to view the collected
data in a meaningful and useful presentation. According to the user’s need, he can build a
dashboard composed of charts, gauges, tables and maps, a
SCADA HMI composed of
flow management widgets, or even
websites composed of content,
forms or other
Hopefully, you’re now familiar with how
Cervello works, and you’re ready to move on to the practical parts of the guide. If this is you’re first time to use the platform you can head to First Steps w here you can find a step-by-step guide to build an