We make notifications easy and reliable for industry and infrastructure.
Connect to the leading automation systems.
We partner with the world’s leading automation companies, leveraging partner ecosystems to deliver a complete solution for customers. Our use of open and proprietary methods enables WIN-911 to provide a secure, seamless user experience that eliminates duplicate configuration.
Reliable delivery of the right notification at the right time to the right person on the right device.
We are committed to providing an easy and comprehensive notification platform with built-in resiliency. This reliability provides customers with peace of mind knowing they can trust our products and our company.
World-class products, service, and support for customers and partners with a simple business model.
We create market-leading products and provide best-in-class service and support to our customers and partners. Our business model is transparent, and our practices are designed for efficiency and scale.
Industry has changed. Have you?
The days of paying a plant engineer to idly watch over a control room console are fading fast. WIN-911’s remote alarm notification software unchains this worker so they can take on higher value work from the plant floor, from another site, or from home—while continuing to monitor plant operations from their mobile device. The result is greater operational efficiency at lower cost.
A culture of problem-solving is how WIN-911 became the alarm notification standard for industry and infrastructure, and why we continue to be at the forefront of innovative development. As automation systems evolve and expand, we will continue to help our customers and partners keep pace with technological trends.”
Fortune 50 Companies
Our new ‘2021’ software release introduces a new UI and technology stack as well as improved navigation, contacts, formatting, notification policies, subscriptions and much more.
The pandemic accelerates industrial automation projects across the globe, catapulting WIN-911 to a record sales year.
In March, the COVID-19 pandemic spreads rapidly across the world, causing governments everywhere to implement strict lockdowns. Industrial and infrastructure operations are forced to deploy “remote working” strategies, which increases demand for WIN-911’s remote notification solutions. WIN-911 experiments with going virtual.
WIN-911 launches a long-awaited new mobile app for industrial alarm notifications. WIN-911 Mobile brings new time-saving tools to the latest generation of Android and iOS mobile devices.
A WIN-911 team takes home top prize at the 48-hour Aveva Paris Hackathon with its alerts notification app for Wonderware Online Insight.
Mobile 911 App surpasses 8 million notifications from more than 15,000 installations.
To support rapid growth in the southeast asia region, WIN-911 opens a Shanghai office. Customers and distributors/system integrators now receive direct sales, training, and technical support in their native language.
Schneider Electric, former makers of Wonderware, names WIN-911 Wonderware HMI and SCADA Technology Partner Product of the Year.
To take advantage of new technologies, WIN-911 launches S-I-A, which features a completely rewritten codebase and more comprehensive feature set than previous versions.
The US Patent Office has issued WIN-911 Software Patent 9,535,570 for a Method and System for Remote Alarm Event Notifications for Automated Machinery.
Research shows that WIN-911 is the top-selling alarm notification software for the Fortune 500, with 70% of the Fortune 100 using it, and more than 90% of Fortune 50 companies.
WIN-911 surpasses more than 10,000 licensed installations.
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The 2nd generation replacement for the EasyLinx PIN (Programmable Interface Node) named “Viper” was developed, initially to provide virtual networked COM ports (Phase One). Additional applications (Phase Two – Phase Four) were planned but never happened. Phase four was to have been the Easylinx replacement.
Software unlock codes replaced hardlock keys for licensing.
We added Unilinx to the EasyLinx product which enabled the end user to code his own custom protocol. If the user had information about the protocol his device was speaking, he could easily devise a method of extracting data and passing it to other devices without having to hire a C++ programmer to devise an elaborate solution to a simple problem.
The name “Specter Instruments” came into play to denote the operation of our “ghost” instruments that helped communications occur across networks without notice.