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list of Generic Logic's customers.
Command and Control Technologies
Command and Control Technologies uses the
GLG Toolkit as the
graphical engine for its Command
and Control Toolkit, RangeNet
Surveillance Toolkit products, and utilizes the GLG
Map Server for the GIS visualizations.
The CCT's newest product, C3I Surveillance Toolkit (C3iSTK), provides a Common Operating Picture for tactical surveillance and interdiction. Built with GLG's GIS and Map Server products, it provides real-time tracking and geo-referencing of targets of interest, as well as provide point and click control and monitoring for a network of sensor systems. With the help of GLG, C3iSTK is configurable with a wide array of maps, imagery, and terrain information, suitable for operation anywhere in the world.
and Control Technologies Corporation selected the GLG
Toolkit to be part of our Command and Control Software
Product Line because it provides the best overall
product value available on the market for real-time
dynamic visualization. A rich multi-platform feature-set
is what originally attracted us to GLG. But continuous
product evolution and improvement, as well as strong
technical support, is what has kept our commitment to
the GLG product suite intact for over ten years."
- Rodney Davis, CTO,
and Control Toolkit. Click on pictures
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RangeNet Toolkit. Click on pictures to see larger images.
C3I Surveillance Toolkit. Click on pictures to see larger images.
Fire Rescue Wind Monitoring. Click on pictures to see larger images.
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BNF Technology Inc. is a global software company providing optimized solutions for operation and management of process plants. We have provided software solutions of DCS HMI, plant information, predictive analytics, performance and operation monitoring system for process plants since 2000.
With our patented and qualified solutions, we started our business servicing the nuclear power industry. We have expanded it to coal-fired, combined cycle power, seawater desalination and petrochemical plants. We have installed our solutions over 100 sites in Korea, USA, Malaysia and Kuwait. Utilizing our extensive expertise in process and factory automation, we are providing flexible and scalable solutions conforming to the highest quality standards, and at competitive pricing.
are utilizing the GLG
Toolkit to be part of our Monitoring and
Control Software Products because of its valuable
Graphics Builder and multi-platform support.
With GLG, we can freely make our own library of symbols for individual process industry customers, such as power, oil, gas, water... and deploy them in either desktop or web application to monitor and control production plants via real-time dynamic visualizations.
GLG has been improving month by month to bring more powerful features and strong technical support to us. That's why we have co-operated with the GLG product over 7 years”.
-Hoang Quoc Dung, BNF Technology Inc.
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These factory management and process monitoring screens were designed with the GLG Graphics Builder and updated with a real-time data feed in an application.
The main part of the control system is a process control iPC, which performs data exchange between PLCs and the supervisory database system. Other parts of the system are workstations for recipe handling, mixer program handling, analysis of the recordings, statistical analysis. f+p delivers ThinClient PCs for process visualization, operator panels, barcode printing and registration.
The GLG Toolkit is used as the graphics subsystem for displaying graphics, trends, data tables and alarm lists. The ease of integration of the GLG tools combined with the flexibility of the f+p software bus layout provided maximum benefits for rapid application design.
"We chose the GLG Toolkit because of the following advantages:
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The screens presented on this page were designed with the GLG Graphics Builder and updated with a real-time data feed from the iPC database.
BIS (Baltic Information Systems, Ltd.) is a software company specializing in development of safety and process monitoring systems for Nuclear Power plants.
The BIS's new product, BISMARC, is a universal process control and monitoring SCADA system that may be configured to fulfill almost any plant monitoring task. It utilizes client/server architecture with TCP/IP-based communication and multi-level redundancy for high reliability, where the server software performs the PLC data acquisition, data processing and archiving, while the client software is responsible for data visualization and handling user interaction. In a distributed system, each node may serve as a server and client simultaneously. BISMARC is currently available on the Linux platform.
The GLG Toolkit is used as the core engine for the graphics subsystem of the client application, the Plant Inspector. HMI drawings created in the GLG Graphics Builder are used as templates which are loaded into the Plant Inspector module at runtime. The Plant Inspector periodically updates trends and control points defined in the drawings with the real-time data values from PLCs. An operator can control plant devices by the means of buttons, toggles, switches, dials and other input objects in the drawings.
"We prefer the GLG Toolkit because of its flexible and powerful development environment, cross-platform design, Unicode and True Type font support, concise API, nice graphics and many other features. An excellent support from the Generic Logic team was invaluably helpful during the development process."
- Alexey Kolga, Baltic Information Systems
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Operator Interface for the Transportation Subsystem of the Radioactive Waste Treatment Facility. The drawings were designed with the GLG Builder and updated with real-time data from PLCs at run-time.
Operator Interface for the Radioactive Waste Treatment facility shows dynamic Valve Control and Pump Control popup panels used to control devices.
Filip Automation provides software
solutions and process control technology for chemical,
tire and rubber industries. It also develops custom
applications for woodworking machines and shoe making
- Jiri Fillip, Filip
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Operator Interface for the Gas Furnace Flow Control monitors batching, mixing and weighing stages.
Sensis Corporation provides sensors and information technology to the world's militaries, civil aviation authorities, airports and airlines. Solutions include air and surface surveillance systems, sensor data interface equipment for integrating new and legacy surveillance and automation systems, vehicle tracking systems and aviation collaboration tools.
Using Generic Logic's technology, Sensis has created a web-based application suite called Aerobahn. Aerobahn enables airports, airlines and other key aviation constituencies to securely access, share, display and analyze the information contained within raw aviation data sources. The Aerobahn Traffic Display application, developed with the Generic Logic's GLG Toolkit allow users to visualize the location aircraft and airport vehicles overlaid on an airport map in real-time.
Control Products Unlimited, Inc. is a software solution integrator specializing in the movement of process information between plant floor, supervisory, and enterprise level systems. It has been a provider of SCADA products and solutions since 1990.
Control Products' product, CPUtilities, provides a complete software solution for OPC-based Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, which uses the GLG Toolkit as a graphics subsystem.
Integrating the GLG Toolkit into Control Products' OPC based offering has introduced features that rival competitive packages in the market place. Training and support time has also been reduced through the implementation of solutions with graphical objects already familiar to plant personnel.
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Providing an overview of water treatment and distribution, personnel can easily manage operations with visual feedback and point and click navigation to setpoint entry displays.
Global Factory provides software solutions that simplify the management of distributed manufacturing operations and significantly reduce their complexity and cost. It offers a new breed of enterprise software that is intuitive, easily integrated into existing environments and adaptive to changing requirements.
The GLG Toolkit underlies the graphic interface and provides the framework for a rich, integrated environment for business process design. Utilizing the Toolkit, Global Factory has developed a Flow Manager, a custom Java application that allows for interactive design of business processes. All main graphic components, such as application workspace, toolbars, buttons and shapes, were built completely in the Graphics Builder without any coding. The Toolkit's API provided all the necessary plumbing to bring these objects to life at runtime, and extend these objects via custom code. The result is an interactive, user-friendly experience.
The Flow Manager is used to design a business process via
dragging and connecting objects in a virtual workspace.
The diagram then creates and drives the backend processes
in the Global Factory system. Click on a picture to see a larger image.
The GLG Toolkit is recognized for its power and flexibility by
companies in a wide variety of industries. An abbreviated list of
Generic Logic's customers includes:
Orbital Sciences Corporation
Boeing North American
Lockheed Martin Space Systems
Lockheed Martin Astronautics
Command and Control Technologies
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
NASA Spaceport Processing Systems
NASA Wallops Flight Facility
NASA Glenn Research Center
Kennedy Space Center
Spaceport Florida Authority
Mid Atlantic Regional Spaceport
Honeywell Aerospace Electronic Systems
Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
ATK Aerospace Systems Group
ASRC Aerospace Corporation
Zodiac Aerospace / Zodiac Data Systems
Netherlands National Aerospace Laboratory
Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation
Israel Aerospace Industries
Korea Aerospace Industries
Korea Aerospace Research Institute
Cessna Aircraft Company
Yuzhnoye Design Office
Patria Aviation Oy
Naval Surface Warfare Center
Naval Undersea Warfare Center
US Air Force
US Department of Homeland Security
US Indian Health Service
US Government and DOD
UK Government Communications Headquarters
Royal Australian Air Force
Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR)
India Centre for Development of Advanced Computing
Defense Science and Technology Agency (Singapore)
Lockheed Martin Government Electronic Systems
Lockheed Martin Ocean, Radar & Sensor Systems
Lockheed Martin Engineering & Sciences
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
General Dynamics Land Systems
Thorpe SEEOP Corporation
TRW Space & Electronic Corp.
TRW Data Technologies Division
L-3 Communications Telemetry & Instrumentation
L-3 Communications Analytics Corporation
L3Harris Maritime Systems
GE Government Systems, Inc
GE American Communications, Inc.
ITW Military GSE
Electric Boat Corp.
Singapore Defense Science and Technology Agency
Science and R&D
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
Ericsson Radio Systems AB
Singapore Technologies Electronics
Carl Zeiss Microscopy Ltd.
Senergy Intellution Pvt.
Ultrasound Fluid Technologies
Patria Advanced Solutions
Patria New Technologies
DRS Test & Energy Management
Dekker Vacuum Technologies
Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute
ELF ANTAR France
Knowledge Engineering Pte Ltd
TNB Research Sdn. Bhd
Shanghai Astronomical Observatory
Financial Services, IT, AI & Cyber Security
Ernest & Yong
Computer Sciences Corporation
Tekmark Global Solutions
ASG Software Solutions
NEC Laboratories Europe
Austin Info Systems
Brainpool Consulting AB
Storage Content Analysis
Scandic Hotels AB
Esdotcom Support & Software Services
CGI Technologies and Solutions
FPT Information System
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of California Berkeley
Robotics and Intelligent Machines LaboratoryUniversity of Texas
Applied Research LaboratoriesUniversity of Rochester
Laboratory for Laser EnergeticsDrexel University
Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept.University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
University of Michigan
Mental Health Research InstituteUniversity of Connecticut
Center for Biomedical Imaging TechnologyUniversity of Arkansas
Stevens Institute of Technology
Technical University of Denmark
Tokyo Metropolitan University
Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokio
University of Hong Kong
E-Business Technology InstituteVietnam Research Institute of Electronics
Korea Myong-Ji University
Department of Industrial EngineeringMexico's Center for Scientific Research
University of Salamanca, Spain
Department of Computer Science and Automatic ControlNational Distance Education University, Spain
Process Control and Monitoring
ABB Corporate Research
Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc.
ADtranz Signal AB
Ford Motor Co.
Alcan Aluminum Ltd
Alcan Primary Metal Group
BNF Technology, Korea
Barnett Control Systems
Global American Technology Corp.
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Machine Vision Products
Control Products Unlimited, Inc.
GSE Power Systems AB
Thermax Babcock & Wilcox Energy Solutions
UNISENSOR Sensorsysteme GmbH
MARS Food Processing Solutions
Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction
Shenzhen Farad Electric
Kyungbook Industry Co
Tubos de Acero de Mexico
AquaCooler Pty Ltd (Australia)
IPAT Micro Systems
Matrix Power Network Sdn.
System Integrators and Consulting
Edgewater Computer Systems
Paranext Software GmbH
Service Expert GmbH
Noetic Software, Inc.
Tata Consultancy Services
Control Products Unlimited
Reinhold Seiz GmbH
Total Automation Solutions
Power and Utilities
GE Power Systems
Tokyo Electric Power Company
Engineering CenterCommonwealth Edison
Alabama Power Co.
Ontario Power Generation
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power
Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute
GSE Power Systems AB
ĹF Industriteknik AB
City of Winnipeg
County of San Diego
Bharat Heavy Electricals
Hungary Radioactive Waste Management
Western Australian Government Railways
Noeul Fuel Cell Plant
UTC Fuel Cells
Gunggi Green Energy
Oil & Gas
Gulf Industrial Technology (GITLCO)
China Oilfield Services
Telecom and Networking
BT Global Services
FanSi Taiwan Corporation
PCCW Hong Kong
Portugal Telecom Inovaco SA
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Generic Logic was founded in 1994 to develop and
market the GLG Toolkit - a set of editors, libraries, tools and
components for creating and deploying dynamic graphical displays
to visualize and control real-time processes in variety of
The GLG Toolkit was developed as part of the
consulting activities from 1989 to 1994. It has grown from an
in-house consulting tool into a top-of-the-line real-time graphics
and data visualization product with various additional packages
and deployment options, from the Java version of the Toolkit to
the Map Server module with an integrated GIS functionality.
The flexible component-based architecture of the
Toolkit with open data interface allows applications to use it as
a add-on graphical interface module, without locking them into a
proprietary application framework, which is the case with many
other packages. The unique features of the Toolkit, such as
constraints, resource or tag-based data access and infinite
customization capability, provide application developers with a
powerful tool to handle the ever-increasing visualization needs of
Generic Logic is continuing to increase the power
and flexibility of its premier product - the GLG Toolkit,
dedicating big portion of the company resources to the development
of new features and adapting the Toolkit to new markets. The GLG
Toolkit family of products supports a wide variety of hardware
platforms and software deployment options for Linux/Unix and
Windows, including the Java version of the Toolkit, cross-platform
support for OpenGL rendering and AJAX Graphics Server for
deploying on mobile devices.
Generic Logic is constantly working on extending
its product offerings. The recent GIS Map Server product
compliments GLG Toolkit by offering GIS mapping functionality,
stand-alone or integrated into the Toolkit. A combination of the
GIS mapping functionality with the Toolkit's dynamic capabilities
provides new exciting opportunities for developing
Generic Logic is headquartered in Amherst, Massachusetts. Click here for contact information.