Enlarged WebStorage Service facilitates data logger management

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Enlarged WebStorage Service facilitates data logger management

April 02
13:41 2013

The T&D Corporation improves its offering in Cloud computing: The optimised T&D WebStorage Service enables users of T&D data loggers to access and share their data via the Internet.  

Niddatal (Germany), April 2013 – The T&D Corporation, developer of data logger systems for industrial and public demands, is now providing its clients with the opportunity to use an enlarged 20 MB web storage capacity. The T&D WebStorage service functions have also been updated. This means that users can conveniently process and manage their measured data remotely, at any time. Data can be accessed via arbitrary internet browsers and can be shared with additional parties, such as partners and colleagues working from different sites. The T&D WebStorage Service and the accompanying software come free of charge.

Cloud computing is the technical term for outsourcing computing resources such as hardware and software that are delivered as a service over a network. In the industrial sector, this service can ease workflow and reduce costs. Besides offering the T&D WebStorage Service, the T&D Corporation also supports its clients by providing free software which enables easy processing of measured data. While data loggers safeguard and monitor goods and processes, the measured data, forwarded over a network, can be managed and documented efficiently. This plays an important role, particularly in the field of nutritional industries, where complying with and documentation of HACCP rules and regulations is essential.

The server capacity of 20 MB allows for storage of, for example, about three years of recorded data when using 10 units of 2-channel (temperature and humidity) data loggers at a recording interval of 5 minutes, or storage of more than 7 months of recorded data using 50 units. With the updated service functions it is now possible for users to change and check alert settings easily over the web. An improved graph illustration delivers an overview of the current readings, alert status, signal strength and battery level of each connected data logger. To prevent unauthorized access to stored data, each user receives an ID and password after registration. In cases where data needs to be shared, access can be established by setting up a “read-only ID” which enables data to be viewed but not modified or deleted.

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