15
Jan

Shark Alerts… anywhere, anytime!

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

Interface & Control Systems, Inc. (ICS) has recently teamed up with SharkSurvivor.Com to provide a Public Service demonstration of their Personalized Intelligent Notification System (PINS).

Shark Alerts was developed by
ICS using PINS technology and will be used to demonstrate  capabilities
such as Intelligent Messaging (alerts), Personalization, Enterprise
Database Connectivity, and Real-Time Engine processing statistics.

According to the company they
have developed systems that provide real-time automation to a wide
variety of applications including aerospace, military, banking,
e-Business, asset tracking, and logistics. 

“PINS is all about push technology…people are tired of having to constantly pull information from their computers.” – Brian Buckley, VP

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Posted by David Soul on 2/17/04; 10:03:03 PM
in the CEP section.

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