WIN-911 Announces New Partnership with National Instruments’ LabVIEW
AUSTIN, TX, February, 11, 2016—WIN-911, producer of the most widely used alarm notification software in the world, is proud to announce their new partnership with National Instruments, a global leader in testing, measurement, and control solutions. WIN-911’s comprehensive alarm notification software now integrates with National Instruments’ LabVIEW system, further solidifying their position as one of the leading Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) companies worldwide.
“The new partnership with National Instruments’ LabVIEW is part of our initiative to provide customers with software that is easy to deploy and integrate with existing plants or lab systems,” said WIN-911 CEO Greg Jackson. “We expect the partnership will enable us to reach new applications that would benefit from the comprehensive system monitoring abilities of WIN-911 alarm notification software.”
LabVIEW system design software provides engineers and scientists with a comprehensive development environment that accelerates productivity and enables more advanced innovation. LabVIEW makes it easy for engineers to create, visualize, and program engineering systems. It is currently being used in the automotive, aerospace, life sciences, and energy industries as a powerful and effective tool to test new boundaries in developing technologies.
Users will have the ability to configure WIN-911 V7.17 with LabVIEW using an OPC-DA connection. Once configured alarms can be sent to the appropriate personnel using WIN-911’s logic engine. In addition, users can take advantage of the escalation tools available in WIN-911 V7.17 to build contacts, configure custom work schedules, create custom callout lists, and more.
About WIN-911 Software
WIN-911 is the most widely used alarm notification software in the world, protecting 10,000 facilities in 70 countries and six continents, including hundreds of Fortune 500 and Global 500 companies. WIN-911 delivers machine alarms and other key data via any conceivable method (e.g., smartphones, voice, SMS, web browser, announcement systems, etc.) and provides a logic engine to decide who should receive critical alarms and how notifications should escalate. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, USA, with offices in Grenoble, France, and a network of authorized distributors and system integration facilities in 50 states and throughout the world. Visit the website at www.WIN911.com.
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