PMS S4E2 : Managing Complexity

Previously on our PcVue Master Series on “Remote Connected Front-Line Workers” : How the pandemic has changed work conditions, especially for O&M workers and how can they be assisted… People of a ...
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PMS S4E1 : O&M Workers in the Post Pandemic Workplace

When pandemics spread across the world, long term changes to society often result.  In past pandemics they have happened on a society level, such as changes to the global balance of power. They have a...
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Monitoring the charging stations of the e-bus fleet of the city of Jena

The charging infrastructure always in view How Jena's public transport system monitors its charging columns for the e-bus fleet and uses advanced diagnostic features to increase availability and optim...
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PcVue features in the first 100% Chinese owned semiconductor facility

Ruili Integrated Circuit Co., Ltd, the parent company of ChangXin Memory Technologies Inc., raised $2.39 billion from a group of investors (including Hefei State-owned Assets Supervision and Administr...
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Video surveillance: with ONVIF, add a security layer to your monitoring system !

ONVIF, a universal language for security products The Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) is an organization set up in 2018 by 3 major players in the security market: Axis, Bosch and Sony. It a...
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PcVue Remote Solutions, a software platform to fit any remote monitoring needs


Available in the newly released PcVue 15 and in all app stores, our Remote Solutions provide an intuitive software platform for remote operation and maintenance of assets with user virtual assistance ...
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Long-life installations

There is a conflict between the need for enduring solutions and the continuing evolution of technologies. Buyers must ensure these solutions are manufactured by vendors who have a strong track record ...
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Standard protocols VS proprietary in the automation world

  Early automation systems were not interoperable as most manufacturers were developing their own protocols of communication. As a result, these protocols designed by different builders were incompati...
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