Cambridge, UK (PRWEB) March 10, 2009
The DMS-Mobile service, to be launched at the upcoming APS meeting in Pittsburgh, provides users with a mobile console for monitoring and controlling their DMS-1000 integrated measurement system from wherever in the world they have wireless access. Full screen control is provided to allow real-time graphs to be inspected, operational scripts to be edited and executed, all from the dedicated handheld console.
Using dynamic-DNS technology and a secure login procedure the DMS-Mobile service makes it is possible to remotely monitor and control their DMS-1000 control rack without having to worry about IP addresses, firewalls or installing VPN or VNC clients. After initial negotiation and login all communication is directly peer-to-peer and fully encrypted.
Dr Kurt Haselwimmer, CEO of Dryogenic commented, "We originally developed this feature for remote control and monitoring of systems that we were building in our labs, but now we've been able to embed the service on a handheld device we can make it available to our DMS-1000 owners, and their users."
The DMS-Mobile handheld console also embeds a full suite of training videos and support reference material allowing supervisor and students to learn whilst away from the lab or on the move. It is even possible to book and view the group's booked measurement time on the DMS-1000 system using the integrated instrument resource booking system.
Dr Haselwimmer added, "We've put a lot of effort into creating a library of really clear video based tutorials for the DMS-1000 system, and we'll be adding more in the future, putting a powerful teaching tool right into the hands of our users. Not only can our customers take control of the instrument remotely, but they can also be able to learn when mobile."