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Validair launches android app for VMS

Posted 15 August 2019 · Add Comment

Validair Monitoring Solutions Ltd (VMSL) announces the introduction of a brand new Android smartphone app for users of VMS systems incorporating the ViGIE software that offers comprehensive remote functionality as well as live monitoring of sensors.



Above: The new ViGIE android app from Validair.


The new app allows Validair customers who use ViGIE with the company’s VMS systems to check the status of equipment and facilities remotely, receive audio and visual alert notifications on the go in cases of alarm occurrence, and acknowledge those alarms directly in the app.

The VMS System provides assured monitoring and control by automatically gathering sensor data and generating alerts and reports on the performance of equipment and facilities. It is available as a fully managed Cloud service and can include multiple sites and departments. The new app interfaces to the system to add invaluable on‐the‐go functionality including remote visibility and control

“This app is great news for our customers who use our VMS systems,” said Steve Wake, MD at Validair. “I am convinced that our VMS users will love the convenience and immediacy of being able to remotely visualise data from their VMS sensors as well as the practicality of this app which behaves like a portable dashboard. ViGIE users need never be disconnected from their critical monitoring again.”


 

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