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D.E.Y.A.A. Water network monitoring system upgrade

D.E.Y.A.A. is the municipal corporation that operates the potable water and sewage networks of the Aigialia municipality (Achaia prefecture).
Their water network monitoring system is to be upgraded.
The control center's software will be upgraded in order to provide support for the upcoming monitoring stations expansions.


EPALME S.A. Certificates of chemical analysis software

Software that imports alloys' chemical analysis data from the factory's spectrographs.
It organizes these according to factory specific requirements and issues certificates.

Each customer's order shipment is accompanied by the respective certificate.


D.E.Y.A.X.E. Water network monitoring system upgrade

D.E.Y.A.X.E. is the municipal corporation that operates the potable water and sewage networks of the Xylokastro municipality (Corinthia prefecture).
Their water network monitoring system is to be upgraded.
The communications' network will be upgraded from the current custom VHF network, to a 3G GPRS network.
The control center's software will be upgraded also.


Water network monitoring systems presentation

The system has been delivered and is considered quite successful by the engineers of the municipal service and of other neighboring municipalities.
On Friday 13 of May 2016 the system was presented to the local and regional authorities and to many engineers from similar public services.
Local press and blogs covered the event.


Cretan Mills flour mixing line

Automation Link Ltd will develop the new software for recipe handling in the flour mixing plant of Cretan Mills at Chania, Crete.

 

 


Nestle S.A. new roaster line

Automation Link Ltd will be conducting the operation requirements analysis and systems design for the new coffee roaster line of the company's factory.

Full integration with the existing systems and parallel operation is a requirement.

 


A new era. First VR app.

Automation Link Ltd developed an interactive VR experience consisting of both 3d content and 360 video.
The app was deployed for Android devices, with Google cardboard as the VR device and a custom one was developed for GearVR users.

This is the first application of a new series of applications, marking a major shift in the company's target audience.