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Noser Engineering Present a Solution to Connect Automobiles and Industrial Devices with Mobile Devices, Applications and Cloud Services

EMBEDDED SOFTWARE ENGINEERING CONGRESS 2012, SINDELFINGEN, Germany, December 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Noser Engineering presents a solution to securely connect automobiles and industrial devices to mobile devices, apps and cloud services. Medical equipment, machines, vehicles, production equipment, and building technology - can be operated via a mobile device with state-of-the-art visualization and user experience.

Noser Engineering AG the Swiss based global information technology consultancy announced today the launch of a solution to connect automobiles and industrial devices with mobile devices, applications and cloud services.

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As advances in mobile technology continue to impact the way we interact with one another, they are also innovating the automotive, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, energy, building technology, military, transportation, and logistics sectors among others.

The automotive sector is utilizing the smart mobile device opportunity to combine location, context and telemetry to offer innovative, value added services.  Healthcare and logistics, for example, are currently being revolutionized by the the opportunities mobile technology presents.

Noser Engineering's Mobile, Embedded, and Industry teams joined together to develop, a highly flexible, cost-effective and customizable solution which is already enabling Mobile ICS (Industrial Control Systems) and Mobile SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) for industrial and field service operations and providing the automobile sector with leading-edge mobile services to create added value for their customers across the globe.

Noser Engineering's solution allows existing mobile devices to connect to target hardware over a new or existing wireless network. The simple, intelligent design allows for a secure, cost-effective, interface of multiple devices across multiple software platforms.

"Noser Engineering's solution can be customized to securely connect to machines, vehicles, sensors, controls, motors, vents, scanners, gates, locks, appliances - basically anything with an integrated circuit." said Michael Eisenring, Head of Embedded Systems, Noser Engineering AG.  "Noser Engineering's Mobile, Embedded and Industry teams have tapped into decades of experience with our customers across the automotive, machine industry, building technology, and healthcare sectors, among others, when they engineered this solution."

The availability of smart mobile devices and the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend, make it foreseeable that manufacturing, plant operation and field service personnel will soon manage production lines, or monitor operations and processes either remotely or within a particular industrial setting via a wireless device or their own personal mobile smartphone as appropriate.  Field service personnel are already utilizing mobile applications with increasing levels of innovation to help them work more productively. Mobile MES (Manufacturing Execution Systems) deliver more plant floor manufacturing intelligence across mobile platforms to help increase responsiveness, problem management and efficiency.

Noser Engineering is currently exhibiting at ESE 2012 in Sindelfingen, Germany, Booth Number 33 from December 3-5. Urs Böhm, Head of Project Management, Noser Engineering AG, will be presenting Agile Embedded Development with Scrum and Kanban.

About Noser Engineering AG:

Noser Engineering AG provide information technology consulting, solutions and services to local, European and multinational companies.  Swiss ICT Champions, an award winning  Microsoft ALM consultancy, founding member of the Open Handset Alliance (Android), leader in Swiss System Testing/QA, and over 28 years of embedded experience, Noser Engineering are members of the Noser Group of companies.  http://www.noser.com

Contact:
Anderton Boyd Ltd for Noser Engineering AG
Tammara Anderton
mediarelations@andertonboyd.com
Tel.: +41(0)44-586-1149

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