DSEWebNet is an application which permits remote monitoring and control, from anywhere in the world, of one or several generator sets from your mobile telephone or tablet. The software is specially designed so that the engineers or technicians responsible for the gensets can remotely access them regardless of their location.
This application for mobile devices completes the system for remote access to the generator set consoles, which previously could only be managed from a computer. Now you can visualise and interact with the control panel remotely via a GSM wireless modem and communicate with the generator sets via SMS. (Read the article: Innovative Remote Control System.)
With this new application, engineers and maintenance technicians can visualise all the modules which are connected to their DSEWebNet account, control them and manoeuvre in real time: consult data graphics and I/O lists, program or reprogram alarms and notifications, stop the motor in the event of any anomaly arising, etc. All this with the same ease and efficiency as when they are physically in front of the generator sets, but with the advantage of having complete freedom of movement and without being restricted by travel time. DSEWebNet is available for both IOS and Android devices.
The flexibility offered by the application, developed by Deep Sea Electronics, will facilitate the work of many of our clients whose technical teams travel frequently. The system only requires an Internet connection, a requirement which recent data from the market research company eMarketer shows will soon be met by half of the global population.
The Internet Will Have More Than 3 Billion Users in 2015
The study states that the number of Internet users will exceed 3 billion in 2015; in other words, the Internet will be accessed by more than two out of every five people in the world, and by 2018 nearly half the world’s population will have regular access to the web. Monica Peart, an eMarketer analyst, explains, “While highly developed markets are nearly saturated in terms of Internet users, there’s significant room for growth in emerging ones; for example, India and Indonesia will both see double-digit growth in each year between now and 2018. Inexpensive mobile phones and mobile broadband connections are driving Internet access and usage in countries where fixed Internet has been out of reach for consumers, whether that’s due to lack of infrastructure or affordability.” According to the eMarketer forecasts, this year 19 new countries will be added to the list of those which already have access to the web, some of them in Africa and the Middle East, as well as reception being significantly extended in Central and Eastern European countries, Latin America and South-East Asia.
The table below published by eMarketer shows the 25 countries in the world with the highest number of Internet users at present, as well as the forecast for data until 2018.