Status Enterprise Version 3.6 Now Available

CRYSTAL RIVER, FL: (UPTICK Newswire – July 6, 2015) – B-Scada, Inc. (OTCQB: SCDA) has announced the release of the latest version of its popular SCADA application, Status Enterprise. Since its initial release, Status Enterprise has been deployed to solve a wide range of industrial and commercial problems in manufacturing, energy management, building automation, agriculture, finance, IT and more. Based on these use cases and customer interactions, B-Scada has been able to enhance the system with additional features that directly address the needs of users.

With this version upgrade, Status Enterprise provides a more robust platform for current and future customers. Some of the new features of version 3.6 include:

  • Enhanced Usability of Sensor Server
  • Enhanced Performance and Usability of Simple Alarm Notifications
  • Enhancements to Audit Log to Improve Performance and Reduce Database Size
  • Enhanced Touch Screen Navigation
  • Enhanced Performance of Excel Data Provider
  • Web Support for Several New Controls, including:
    • Date Picker Control
    • Time Control
    • Password Box Control
    • Navigation Combo Box
    • Enhanced Functionality for Existing Web Controls, including:
      • Array Data Support for Pie Charts
      • Dynamic Bar Width Adjustment for Bar Charts
      • Binding to Timestamps of Properties
      • Binding to Data Quality
      • Additional Customization Options for:
        • Paths and Rectangles
        • Enumeration Control
        • Historical Data Grid Control

As always, B-Scada strives to provide customers with the best possible user experience. To that end, version upgrades are made to not only improve the performance and usability of the system, but to add new features that respond to the specific needs of end-users. Current users are always encouraged to upgrade to the latest version.

About Status Enterprise

Status Enterprise is a management-level HMI/SCADA System to visualize real time data and alarms, manage and organize assets, integrate with other enterprise systems, collaborate, analyze and archive data. Status Enterprise can bring together and organize data from multiple devices, systems, and/or locations, allowing users to improve the efficiency and quality of their operations by making faster, better-informed decisions. Used in various industrial and commercial vertical markets, Status Enterprise is best suited for monitoring and managing large numbers of assets and assets that may be geographically dispersed. Data connectivity for Status Enterprise includes OPC UA, OPC DA, Modbus, HART, Excel, SQL and ODBC data sources, as well as sensors from B-Scada and other vendors such as Monnit and B+B SmartWorx. Custom data sources can also be supported.

About B-Scada, Inc.

B-Scada, Inc. is a leading developer of software solutions for the acquisition, logging, visualization and analysis of real time data from a variety of industrial and commercial sources. B-Scada’s IoT (Internet of Things), SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) and HMI (Human Machine Interface) systems enable real-time monitoring, management, and optimization of business and production processes over networks both local and remote, leveraging the latest web technologies to provide real-time data visualization on mobile devices. B-Scada technology is deployed worldwide in the petrochemical, electricity distribution, transportation, facilities management, manufacturing, finance and IT industries. Learn more at http://scada.com.

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