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PlantConnect Newsletter Issue-03/July 2014

Dear Automation and IT Professionals,

It gives me great pleasure to share with you the third edition of Ascent Informatics - PlantConnect Newsletter.

Since I spoke to you last, PlantConnect is finding even wider acceptance in terms of business verticals and more innovative business cases. We have made successful implementation for an OEM for machine monitoring. The main objective is Remote Asset Management (RAMS) to deliver efficient AMS solution.

Our partnership with a reputed MNC manufacturing ambient analyzers that I spoke about in last issue is stabilizing and we have already done a couple of installations for them. PlantConnect is also being implemented in one more State PCB as an aggregator monitoring platform.

Our participation in the World Environment Day event organized by Maharashtra Pollution Control Board helped us show case the product and platform to key decision makers including honorable Chief Minister of Maharashtra Mr. Prithviraj Chavan.

In this issue we bring you a database related article as we want to provide visibility to our projects teams who are working to build and maintain various systems and products for our customers.

I do hope you like this issue and give us your frank feedback.

Sujata Tilak

World Environment Day celebration in Mumbai
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) had organized an exhibition on the occasion of World Environment Day at Mumbai on 6th June 2014. The conference was inaugurated by Honorable Chief Minister of Maharashtra Mr. Prithviraj Chavan and attended by few other ministers and industry officials.  Read More...
CEM 2014 Conference and Exhibition
Our CEO Mrs. Sujata Tilak presented a paper on 'Proposed Data Acquisition & Handling System for Pilot Emission Trading in India' during recently concluded CEM 2014 conference and exhibition in Turkey. The paper was very well received and appreciated by all attendees!   Read More...
Application in Focus - Plant Asset Monitoring with PlantConnect PAMS
- By Sujata Tilak 
Industries worldwide face challenges of achieving faster time to market, increased pressure to reduce costs, higher quality expectations, reduced resource consumption, and scarcity of skilled manpower. India is no exception to this. In this scenario Information and Communication Technologies will help manufacturers to achieve more with less.   Read More...
Knowledge Article − School Bus Safety
- By Mukesh Konde 
Children are future of a society and every civilised society must make full commitment to ensuring safety of every child. However, Indian society seems to be failing on this vital indicator as some of the recent events would suggest. An international study conducted by the 'Reuters Foundation' voted India as the sixth most dangerous country worldwide for school children  Read More...
Knowledge Article − Choosing a Database - Technical and Business Perspective
- By Anita and Renukeshwar 
There are quite a variety of database products on the market today but database selection can be a major head-scratcher. As "There is no silver bullet in the database world", it's important to do a careful needs analysis before you dive in and commit to a database solution.  Read More...

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