Visionic 5.2: Listening To The Clients’ Feedback
Since 2002, the very first launch of the first version of Visionic, the product has been carefully revised and improved, as to become what it is today - industry standard, proven by hundreds of systems and recommended by the most distinguished companies around the world.
Online PR News – 25-October-2012 – Luxembourg, Oct. 25, 2012 – Intorel is announcing the latest version of its industry standard software for monitoring and controlling systems: Visionic 5.2.
Based on requirements and feedback, the company tried to increase the user’s experience with this update.
More than 15 new device drivers were added so that the library is always kept up to date.
The SNMP template builder has been improved, such as the drag-drop support, sorting of the variables and similar.
Besides, the license detection mechanism has been changed, meaning that hardware changes, such as change of MAC address, do not affect the license.
Visionic 5.2 provides integration of all the client’s subsystems into a single, convenient solution. From there, the client can detect, connect and operate its remote or in-house equipment in any way he can possibly imagine.
Since 2002, the launch of the first version of Visionic, the product has been carefully revised and improved, as to become what it is today - industry standard, proven by hundreds of systems and recommended by the most distinguished companies around the world.
Visionic is designed to be used by any industrial monitoring, controlling and automating application that requires reliability, automation and advanced features. In particular, Visionic products have been used for: DVB-S/S2 Satellite Uplink Stations, VSAT Systems, TVRO Systems, Fixed and Mobile Microwave Links, DSNG Systems, Fiber Optic Systems, DVB-T Encoding & Multiplexing Head-ends, ATM/SDH/PDH/IP Transport Networks and IPTV Head-ends.
For more details about Visionic 5.2, please refer to the Visionic 5.2 Release Notes.
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