With WebMI right on the master controller, it’s much more efficient. Graphics objects on the user screens can also be configured to have an associated access level. This level will determine which users can interact with this screen object, based on their own access level. For example, if a touch button is configured to have a user access level of 4, only OCS users that have logged in as a user with access level 4 or higher can select this button object. Burkey said some operators may only have the ability to monitor controllers in the field, but not make changes, a second tier has the ability to start and stop some processes, and a supervisor level has full control.