T/Mon GFX is now even more powerful with dynamic maps from Microsoft MapPoint. Now, you can use dynamic maps directly from the MapPoint database, while still adding your own icons and alarm points. The new version also allows users to view all standing T/Mon alarms, including those that have not been assigned an icon within T/Mon GFX. With improved reporting capabilities, users can continue monitoring while producing historical alarm reports.
Dynamic Maps Keep Your Alarm Monitoring Up-To-Date
With dynamic map backgrounds, it's now quick and easy to add new regions to your monitored network territory. Simply zoom into a new section of the map and start adding alarm icons. Static image background remain available, so you can still drill down to site floor plans and equipment rack photos.
Microsoft MapPoint also enables you to zoom out to view your entire network your or drill down to see fine levels of detail. This scalability works directly with the T/Mon GFX "Level Up" and "Level Down" controls, enabling you to view your network at the zoom level best suited for your current monitoring tasks.
New "View All Alarms" Button Gives You a Complete Network Summary
In previous generations of the graphical user interface, T/Mon Users were able to view all standing alarm points that had been entered into the T/Mon GFX alarm point database. The new T/Mon GFX allows users to view all standing T/Mon alarms they have security access to, whether or not those alarms have been assigned an icon within the program. On the main menu, simply click the "View All Alarms" button to generate a list of all standing alarms across the network.
Add New Icons Directly to Maps - or by Using GIS data
T/Mon GFX gives you two convenient options for adding alarm icons to your maps. First, you may place an icon directly onto your map. This is handy when a site is located at an easily identifiable location, such as an intersection. Second, you can view the latitude and longitude of a created alarm point, allowing you to position it when there are no landmarks nearby.
Advanced Report Functions Allow You to Run Reports Directly From Monitor Mode
The new T/Mon GFX allows you to run nine different types of history reports. These reports are especially useful for tracking trends and determining problem areas within your network. While previous generations of the graphical user interface did not allow reports to be run in Monitor Mode, T/Mon GFX can now generate reports without disturbing your monitoring.
The nine T/Mon GFX reports include:
T/Mon GFX is Now Included with the T/Mon Monitoring Platform
With so many important monitoring features integrated directly into the graphical user interface, DPS Telecom now includes T/Mon GFX as part of the powerful T/Mon platform. Since July 2007, all new T/Mon workstations have been quoted to include T/Mon GFX. This enables new T/Mon users to monitor using the most advanced interface offered to date by DPS Telecom. By including two seats of the graphical user interface, DPS enables clients to give multiple staff members simultaneous access.
All T/Mon Gold Plan Users Will Receive Complimentary T/Mon GFX Upgrades
T/Mon Gold Plan Users receive all major software updates free of charge, allowing them to utilize the most advanced monitoring functionality offered by DPS Telecom. In addition to all major software updates, Gold Plan Users also receive free Factory Training, priority tech support, and more.
The T/Mon Gold Plan provides an upgrade to two seats of T/Mon GFX. For Gold Plan owners who have purchased more than two seats of T/GrafX, the previous generation graphical user interface, all of their seats will be upgraded to T/Mon GFX.
The New T/Mon GFX Includes these Key Benefits:
Get Your Copy of T/Mon GFX with MapPoint Today
The new T/Mon GFX with MapPoint is now available from DPS Telecom. If you are ready to harness the advanced features of Microsoft MapPoint within your network, contact your DPS Sales Representative today.
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