Automation and control

Win911 – alerts management

Contel markets the leading alerts product of Win911 in Israel, and provides services to Integratory, a company that seeked a smart, durable alerts solution that is easy to operate.

WIN-911 is the most popular alerts software in the world. The company is located in Texas and provides services to clients from the water, sewage, manufacturing, oil, gas, public infrastructure, construction management, energy manufacturing and public services sectors. It provides a software that easily integrates with the client’s existing control software (SCADA, HMI or DCS) for Monitoring  the activity and alerting workers on problematic situations.

With WIN-911, the operators can focus on other tasks while the computerized system carries out the monitoring activities.

Hundreds of Fortune 500 companies trust the alerts management system of WIN-911.

The WIN-911/Enterprise Edition includes also the Mobile-911 module, which is available as an extension to the WIN-911/PRO. This module sends push notifications to smart cellphone devices and tablets. The alert applications are available for Apple iOS devices, iPhone and Android devices, iPads and Blackberries. The alert notices and/or reports presented in an easy-to-read format allow managers and field workers to respond quickly to alert situations.

You can send approvals, ask for alerts and forward queries regarding data reports with the click of a button. In addition to smartphones and tablets, WIN-911 supports the forwarding of SMSs, voice calls (analogical and voice over IP), emails, Internet browsers , PA services, and other communication methods.

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Win911 – alerts management
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