|By PR Newswire||
|January 31, 2014 11:15 AM EST||
CRYSTAL RIVER, Fla., Jan. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- B-Scada, Inc. (OTCQB: MOBS) redefines SCADA and HMI with the release of Status Enterprise 2.0 RC1.
B-Scada has made available Status Enterprise 2.0 RC1, the release candidate of our enterprise level HMI (Human Machine Interface) and SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) System. Those interested in Status Enterprise can now request a product demonstration from our sales team and have access to a trial of the system.
Status Enterprise allows you to create a more organized and flexible SCADA system. The asset management capabilities add intelligence and relevant information to your HMI screens in addition to your live data. Status Enterprise goes beyond SCADA, providing you with a system that gives you all the information you need to make faster, smarter and more informed decisions.
Status Enterprise builds on the success of our Status Machine Edition HMI released in 2008. In addition to SCADA functionality and a world class HMI designer built on the latest technologies, Status Enterprise incorporates asset management capabilities through a data model. This allows an asset, say a sensor, to have more than just an updating value. It can have an asset Id, model number, manufacturer, efficiency, operating ranges, troubleshooting instructions, or part numbers. Through Status Enterprise, you could even define work tickets, maintenance requirements and incidence reports that are all available with your live data in your HMI screens. Your HMI screens will provide considerably more intelligence, allowing you to maximize productivity and production quality, reduce unscheduled downtime, and minimize the risk of accidents. None of the old style HMI's can deliver this level of functionality.
"HMI and SCADA systems of the 1990's bind values or tags directly to the graphics," says Ron DeSerranno, CEO of B-SCADA. "There is little opportunity for screen reuse if you have many similar assets to monitor. Every asset will need its own screen with its own bindings. This greatly increases the size and complexity of your HMI deployment making it awkward to maintain and more time consuming to implement. Data modeling in Status Enterprise overcomes these limitations by allowing you to create an HMI screen for a 'type' of asset, a screen that can be reused over and over." Status Enterprise allows you to create and deploy a better HMI/SCADA application faster and makes it easier to maintain.
HTML5 support in Status allows you to view your data on today's most popular devices, phones and tablets wherever you need it. Being ISA 95 friendly and using open OPC UA, Status is secure and can integrate with other systems in your enterprise both consuming and providing critical information.
Status Enterprise will make your supervisory control system more intelligent, more efficient, and more accessible than ever before.
B-Scada specializes in the compelling visualization of real-time data. Our visualization technology and SCADA systems are deployed in manufacturing, power & utilities, transportation, petrochemical, HVAC, and other fields of business where visualization of real time data is critical. B-Scada's in-house expertise and experience has provided us the opportunity to partner with companies from various vertical markets, and assist them to develop custom solutions that meet their specific needs. Our goal is to help clients transfer real-time production and operational data into actionable information through graphically-compelling, functional, and intuitive user interfaces.
For more information, go to www.scada.com
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