Alarm and notification software adds RSS capability
Exele releases RSS capability for TopView Alarm and notification software. RSS feeds of current alarms for OPC/SCADA, OSIsoft PI, SQL (OLEDB/ODBC) and PerfMon data sources can be viewed on desktop, mobile, or tablet devices, embedded into web pages and even displayed on hardware devices such as LED tickers and factory message displays.
Exele Information Systems has announced major enhancements to their TopView software suite with the release of TopView 6.10 with Alarm RSS capability. TopView Alarm RSS capability allows users to subscribe to one or more TopView Alarm feeds from a variety of desktop and mobile devices.
As with other RSS feeds, the TopView Alarm RSS feed can contain multiple feed items (alarms), item headlines (alarm message), item description (alarm details) and links. “With TopView’s new Alarm RSS Feeds our customers can view TopView alarms, alarm details, and open customized links per alarm event using a desktop, mobile, or tablet RSS Reader” said Mike Fishman, Exele VP. “This provides TopView users even more alarm notification and monitoring options.”
TopView is a powerful, easy-to-configure process monitoring and alarm management tool that works seamlessly with existing SCADA, PLC, Historian, and Database products. TopView is used extensively wherever data measurements need to be monitored - wind farms, oil & gas, water & wastewater, electric power generation; process industries such as chemical, pulp & paper, pharmaceutical and food processing; building automation and IT system performance.
Exele Information Systems, Inc. is a consulting and software engineering company that specializes in applications for process and building automation (OPC, SCADA, PI). Founded in 1978, Exele is an OSISoft Partner and OPC Foundation Member.
Exele is a CSIA member as of 3/1/2015
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