Stacked Reports are a new dimension of reporting by “stacking” sub reports.
Event Frames capture the timestamps of two events in the process (from live data) along with other process data.
WIN-911 Data Connector. Templates have been added to the template library to give WIN-911 users “out of box” feedback on the performance of the alarm notification system.
- OPC UA HA
- DeltaV Continuous Historian (OPC UA HA)
- EcoStruxure Geo SCADA Expert Alarms and Events
NEW in 2023
Empowering Your Team with Smart Alarms
SmartSights’ WIN-911 2023 release provides a new Control Center and enhanced dispatcher functionality to help you accelerate your digital transformation.
- New Control Center to access all locations remotely with one control center.
- Insightful Monitor View to see live alarms as they happen and new user preference filters.
- Alarm Bypass to enable the temporary silence of alarms when undergoing maintenance.
- Now called Timeline, see the log-viewer for valuable insights into your system’s performance
- New Dispatching Process to help adhere to schedules with ease.
SMARTSIGHTS EMPOWERS REMOTE WORK
Be more efficient
Enable operators to take on more proactive, hands-on tasks in the field or on the plant floor, without hiring more staff.
Automate escalation so that no alarm goes unanswered, and every emergency gets the appropriate response.
Work from anywhere
Monitor operations from your home or central office, without compromising service levels or response times.
Keep customers happy
Reduce expensive, unplanned production outages so service stays constant, shipments stay on time, and clients renew contracts.
SMARTSIGHTS DIRECTLY CONNECTS TO THE WORLD’S LEADING INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION SYSTEMS
THE WORLD’S #1-SELLING NOTIFICATION SOLUTION FOR A REASON
Talk to a human
Our support is delivered by friendly in-house technical experts via phone, chat, email, or remote log-in, so your toughest problems get resolved faster.
Future proof your system
With a Customer Care Subscription, you receive multiple upgrades and updates each year, which means your systems are always up-to-date.
Multiple notification methods
We offer the most widely supported notification options, including spoken voice (in multiple languages), in-plant PA, email, text, and mobile app.
Live & historical views
Logging reports let you sort alarms via your preferences, such as staff notification attempts, confirmation, acknowledgments, events, error codes.
Ensure system resiliency
You can program multiple notification methods and hot-back logic to provide greater system reliability through redundancy.
Secure, cloud-based access
Your plant network and communications are protected by encrypted outbound communications and individual login authentication.
I have been using WIN-911 software products for 25 years. As a system integrator specializing in the Water/Wastewater industry, we have relied on WIN911 as an integral component of our systems. Their software is an outstanding product that is reliable and intuitive. Recent updates have made a great product even better! Backed by a fine company with outstanding technical support, WIN-911 is our go-to solution for alarm notification!”
— Paul Ouellette
Harbor Controls Inc.
PICK THE NOTIFICATION SOLUTION THAT MEET YOUR NEEDS
Scale your industrial operation with dynamically adaptive alarm escalation workflows, push reports, and up to 25 mobile app users.
Build resiliency with 2-way spoken voice notifications, remote acknowledgements, alarm report requests, and up to 10 mobile app users.
Receive 1-way alarm notifications through email, text, and in-plant announcements, using basic call-out lists and calendar scheduling.
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WORK FROM ANYWHERE WITH SMARTSIGHTS
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