OptoNews: PAC Project, groov support Windows 10

Posted by Jean Femia on Jul 29, 2015 5:22:08 PM

Microsoft Windows logo, registered trademark of MicrosoftYes, it's Windows 10 Day, and if you're ready to upgrade, here's some good news:


About groov Server for Windows...

groov mobile interface for monitoring and controlgroov is all you need to build a mobile operator interface—your own mobile app—to monitor and control your automation systems and equipment from virtually any smartphone, tablet, laptop, or computer. 

With no programming, you can quickly build a simple, effective mobile interface for your authorized users.

If you'd like to check machine status, mobilize field technicians, get KPIs, log events and receive notifications from anywhere, or use an off-the-shelf device for a machine you're building, check out groov.

groov comes as either the plug-and-play groov Box appliance, or as groov Server for Windows, which serves the groov software from a Microsoft Windows PC—now including those with Win 10.

Find out more at groov.com.

About PAC Project...

PAC Project Basic automation software suitePAC Project is the software half of Opto 22's SNAP PAC System. This integrated system of reliable hardware and easy-to-use software is used in installations worldwide for industrial control, remote monitoring, and data acquisition applications.

PAC Project Basic includes:

  • PAC Control—for developing control programs to run on SNAP PAC controllers
  • PAC Display—for creating and running HMIs, so your technicians and operators can interact with the SNAP PAC System
  • PAC Manager—for configuring and maintaining SNAP PAC controllers, brains, and I/O

PAC Project Professional adds even more:

  • SoftPAC—a software-based controller for PC-based control
  • OptoOPCServer—for communication with all OPC 2.0-compliant clients
  • OptoDataLink—for sharing SNAP PAC System data with commonly used databases

And don't forget you get free product support, free training, and free pre-sales engineering help from the experienced engineers in our California headquarters and factory.


Topics: groov, optonews, PAC Project, OptoNews 2015-07-29, Windows 10

Written by Jean Femia

Jean Femia writes about technical subjects and has focused on automation and control systems for more than 15 years. She likes learning about technology and taking corners in her Honda S2000.
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