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ApiScene Monitoring Software

The ApiScene software is the first stage machinery application managing industry standard components (fieldbus, Interbus or CAN-BUS, Sew Usocom speed regulator). It is also multi-station, multi-protocol, and integrates server redundancy features.

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Description

The ApiScene software is the first stage machinery application managing industry standard components (fieldbus, Interbus or CAN-BUS, Sew Usocom speed regulator). It is also multi-station, multi-protocol, and integrates server redundancy features. Established in 1998, ApiScene enjoys constant development which today makes it the leader in French computer monitoring of theaters and TV studios.

Features

• Multi-station (remote station) support,
• Multi-protocol support,
• Multi-technician support,
• Hierarchical user access: User IDs, USB drives, biometric sensors.
• “Hard” synchronization of equipment and/or control of simultaneous operation (creation, modification, deletion and uncoupling of sync groups),
• Management of axial movement by programmable push buttons,
• Automated data server redundancy and communication between servers,
• Automatic switching of clients to the active server,
• System reboot system from client devices,
• Management of remote stations from the server or a master remote station (closing the client application,
• shutting down or restarting the client station),
• Tracing the main events of the system,
• Automatic or manual portability (technicians),
• Assigning of individual or group objectives,
• Simultaneous storing of 99 memories (with the possibility of expansion),
• Ability to create, edit, delete, organize and launch the memories,
• Ability to organize the list of memories,
• Composition of shows to define sequences of memories,
• Ability to create, edit, delete, organize and launch the shows,
• Sequences available:
• Manual: starting the next memory upon validation by the operator,
• Automatic: starting the next memory automatically at the end of the previous memory,
• Delay from the beginning of the current memory: starting the next memory when the set time has elapsed after the beginning of the current memory,
• Delay from the end of the current memory: starting the next memory when the set time has elapsed after the end of the current memory,
• Altimetry: starting the next memory automatically after the current memory carrier reaches a selected altimetry