Control See enhances U.C.ME-OPC alarm software
November 14, 2010 – Control See released Version 2010 SP1 upgrade to the U.C.ME-OPC software.
The new release improves the system reliability by reducing the risk that alarm text messages (SMS) will not be sent to the recipients. This is achieved by introducing the SMS fallback functionality. In cases where a text message cannot be sent due a faulty cellular modem (for example: a GSM cellular modem), U.C.ME-OPC will use the fallback channel (for example: a CDMA cellular modem) to send the text message to the recipients – technicians, field engineers or managers.
U.C.ME-OPC 2010 SP1 is a free upgrade for current license holders with active support agreements and may be downloaded online. New users now can leverage OPC connectivity by receiving critical information (alarms and process information) directly to their cell phones, home phones, pagers or email in seconds.
The U.C.ME-OPC software is available for instant Internet download or by shipment of physical CD media. Interested users may also download a fully functional evaluation version, no-obligation free trial.
“The new upgrade greatly increases the system's reliability. Our customers can be rest assured that critical information will reach them any time and any place.” said Michael Meirovitz, Control See president.
About Control See
Since 1994, Control-See Ltd has set the industry standard with a range of products and services that are changing the face of industrial automation control. The company’s flagship product is U.C.ME-OPC – guaranteeing clients the highest level of remote automation control and alarm analysis that benefits their business in every way. U.C.ME-OPC saves manpower, time and costs, while ensuring complete reliability and efficiency.
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