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The Protocol newsletter is your weekly source of information about remote monitoring (telemetry, SCADA, etc.). You'll find case studies, white papers, application diagrams, and walkthrough videos to keep you up to speed.
This is a resource you need, because monitoring isn't the only thing you do. Because it's the only thing WE do, we have expertise to share with you. We're not a pop up monitoring company that slaps our label on someone's product and sells it at a marked up price. We have been building customized solutions for over 30 years. Needless to say, we have learned a thing or two. These newsletter articles are our way of sharing some of our knowledge in a fast, succinct way.
"Virtually every product shipped comes with some type of documentation. When you open your DPS product's user manual to begin the installation process, you can be sure that the manuals you are using are complete, up-to-date, and easy to read."- Jared Geesey, DPS Telecom 2001
Factory Training Feedback: "At all my other training sessions, I've been nothing but a number. I'd never been to an environment that was so welcoming." - Glenn Greg, CT Communications Technician 2007
"The possibility of being able to make changes without having to go out and touch pieces of equipment directly adds value. It cuts down on the number of man-hours it takes to maintain a system." - Sean Parsons, Central Arizona Project, Communications Engineer 20182018 Issues of The Protocol Newsletter.
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