TerraView 2014S Builds Foundation For Internet of Things
Release also helps build the foundation for great things to happen in 'Internet of Things' (IoT) and 'Machine to Machine' (M2M)
By: Pat Romanski
Aug. 7, 2014 04:00 PM
Newly available features and enhancements provide a significant expansion of functionality for seamlessly accessing technical information in mobile and disconnected environments. A feature-rich release, TerraView 2014S also includes expanded data synchronization, application customization, and administrative functions.
"Disconnected and mobile functionalities are essential to our users in field service environments," offered Bob Aidun, President of TerraXML. "Without them, organizations are hindered by significant gaps in application deployment. TerraView 2014S eliminates this challenge, making technical information universally accessible."
Mobile and disconnected environments were first made available in TerraView 2014. TerraView 2014S now greatly extends upon this foundation to provide users with an experience that closely mirrors the uniform information exchange capabilities of traditional TerraView environments. As a result, technical information can be accessed and gathered more efficiently, regardless of device or online connectivity.
"This release is a significant jump forward for TerraView users," continued Mr. Aidun. "Our enterprise customers require a great deal of flexibility on how technical information is accessed from the field, and TerraView 2014S delivers just that. What's even more exciting is that this release also helps build the foundation for great things to happen in 'Internet of Things' (IoT) and 'Machine to Machine' (M2M) applications that we are actively working on."
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