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About Us

Kinesix’s origins in monitor and control of remote oil & gas pipeline data have evolved to saturate the aerospace, process industries, and railway transit industries, among others. We deliver sophisticated, reliable, real-time data visualization for mission-critical environments.


Based in Houston, Texas, Kinesix Software was founded in 1996 and is a privately held company.

Our advanced human machine interface software was originally designed for petroleum companies that needed to monitor and control large amounts of real-time pipeline data from remote locations. The company soon realized that its products could be used in virtually any client/server environment, and set about growing its markets to include the aerospace, process industries, and railway transit industries, among others.

Today, Kinesix boasts a loyal, engineering-oriented customer base of more than 250 companies, including nine of the world’s 10 largest aerospace corporations. In fact, more than 20,000 end-users in more than 40 countries currently use Kinesix’s interface for their command-and-control systems.

We pride ourselves on our ability to deliver a sophisticated, reliable human machine interface product for mission-critical environments. We even maintain a state-of-the-art computer laboratory to develop applications for the next generation of operating systems and hardware. In our lab, we can accurately duplicate our customers’ networked environments in order to quickly and efficiently address any service issues.

No matter what your command & control requirements, with Kinesix, you’ll have the real-time overview and details to make faster, more informed decisions.


Did You Know

Sammi saves time and resources both in development effort and long term support throughout entire system life cycle.

Sammi’s true cross-platform portability enables users to integrate applications distributed throughout a network of mixed operating systems, such as those from DEC, Microsoft, Sun, SGI, HP and Linux. Data can even be graphically displayed in a Java-enabled Web browser.