By Rob Cockerill2016-09-01T05:00:00+01:00
Industrial Scientific has introduced a new data environment for its iNet Control gas detector fleet users.
iNet Control is the first hosted software for managing gas detector fleets. It improves safety by presenting data more effectively to help manage people, hazards, and equipment.
Compatible with desktop or handheld electronic devices, the new user interface (Version 7.0) includes better spacing, intuitive graphics, and sleek colours and fonts, making it simple to review, report, and analyse data.
Data management upgrades improve response times and enhance data security and privacy.
“iNet Control provides unmatched visibility into the maintenance, usage, and alarm data from your gas detection equipment. With version 7.0, we’re wrapping all of the great functionality in a fresh new user interface that adapts to any screen size, making it easier to use than ever before,” said Robb Gilmore, Global Director, Software Development.
Current users of iNet Control will see the update automatically the next time they log into the software. An informational webinar about the new data environment will be held today on 30th August (2016). Those interested in registering for the webinar must visit: http://tinyurl.com/zj7o6ho.
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