"A mighty flame followed a tiny spark"

AZ Zeno - LynX® Connect

1/09/2018

LynX® Connect is shown here in a redundant structure. All alarms are processed on the servers and distributed to 450 smartphones according to a predetermined time schedule and the availability of the recipient.

 

Everything is conducted automatically, whether it's handling video images and e-mails and text messages or confirming receipt of an alert and checking whether someone presses the response button. Furthermore, data analysis causes the system to issue warnings and recommendations. Also, the extensive logging allows operators to seamlessly view past events.

 

Smartphones are configured with the LynX® Client software so that only the necessary apps are available, in order to prevent improper or mistaken operation. This client also allows its operators to use their smartphones in an optimised manner in the Wi-Fi infrastructure.

 

All available networks (Wi-Fi, mobile phone, 4G, etc.) are used to deliver messages and conduct conversations. Smartphones switch seamlessly from Wi-Fi to a mobile network and vice versa when entering or leaving the campus.

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AZ Zeno - LynX® Connect

1/09/2018

LynX® Connect is shown here in a redundant structure. All alarms are processed on the servers and distributed to 450 smartphones according to a predetermined time schedule and the availability of the recipient.

 

Everything is conducted automatically, whether it's handling video images and e-mails and text messages or confirming receipt of an alert and checking whether someone presses the response button. Furthermore, data analysis causes the system to issue warnings and recommendations. Also, the extensive logging allows operators to seamlessly view past events.

 

Smartphones are configured with the LynX® Client software so that only the necessary apps are available, in order to prevent improper or mistaken operation. This client also allows its operators to use their smartphones in an optimised manner in the Wi-Fi infrastructure.

 

All available networks (Wi-Fi, mobile phone, 4G, etc.) are used to deliver messages and conduct conversations. Smartphones switch seamlessly from Wi-Fi to a mobile network and vice versa when entering or leaving the campus.

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