The forces impacting us today are accelerating industrial automation One of the side effects of the global pandemic has beenFind out more »
Expanding on last week’s podcast, in this report Larry O’Brien from Arc Advisory Group highlights how WIN-911 is helping plant operators and technicians in critical infrastructure like water treatment plants, power generation facilities, and other essential services bridge the gap between control room and home office.
In industrial IOT, the “new normal” is fewer people on the plant site, social distancing for those that are there, and operators working from home. Smart Cities podcast caught up with WIN-911 CEO Greg Jackson and Product Manager Steven Rivas to learn how critical infrastructure organizations are dealing with COVID-19 and how it has impacted WIN-911’s business.
New version allows auto-import and configuration of legacy alarm tags during install AUSTIN, TEXAS — WIN-911 today announced the availabilityFind out more »
Upgrading to new software can be a lot like pulling teeth — for integrators, difficult to perform; for customers, painfulFind out more »
Be prepared. When the alarms go off and the wrong people get them, there’s no time to go back andFind out more »
Years of innovation with companies at the forefront of HMI and SCADA technologies have allowed WIN-911 software engineers to craftFind out more »
We recently explored the current trends and market forces that will guide future SCADA innovations. As alarm notification providers thinkingFind out more »
Lumber and building material supplier, Bethel Mills, is the oldest continually operating business in Vermont. Since its opening in 1781,Find out more »
WIN-911 operates within a vast ecosystem of diverse industries and ever-evolving SCADA system partner technologies. Our software is used inFind out more »